[amsat-bb] Re: NAMSATE AND EAGLE PROJECT ARE DEAD!!!
rnutter at networkref.com
Mon Jul 14 17:09:19 PDT 2008
The Namast project is not dead. If you had been subscribed to the
Namaste listserv, you would have seen messages to that affect. I think
it is important to remember that this is a volunteer effort. If I had
talents in the engineering area, I would be glad to volunteer but that
is not where my skills are. If you have skills in those areas,
volunteer and help out.
Dave Guimont wrote:
>> It seems obvious now that AMSAT-NA projects are collapsing NAMASTE
>> is dead and EAGLE PROBABLY WILL BE HALTED TOO?????
>> SEE BELOW THE FULL EXCHANGE AND PLEASE READ THE THREADS ON:
>> Here is an excerpt moving around the "Super duper" AMSAT-NA
>> president on the NAMSATE reflector
>> AMSAT-NA is on a crashing course i doubt this group will survive up
>> to the end of 2008! Sad news but could be under a new leadership things
>> can still have some chance of success!
>> P.S. I just hope i am dead wrong here?
> Luc, tnx fer ur research and publication...Many amateur satellite
> operators in the world are of the same opinion...AMSAT-NA is beating
> a dead horse...
> Absence of HEO, necessitates confirmation of those facts, NOW on 20
> meters! Just the way we traded information for the early satellites.
> I ran one of the early 20 meter satellite nets, hopefully a P3E
> launch will not require 20 meters to globally communicate again...
> COMMUNICATION is the name of the game....nearly impossible now....if
> you want grid squares use your cell phone!!
> 73, Dave, WB6LLO
> dguimon1 at san.rr.com
> Disagree: I learn....
> Pulling for P3E...
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