[amsat-bb] Re: QSL
ko6th_greg at hotmail.com
Sat Nov 1 11:42:41 PDT 2008
Thanks for clarifying my QSL options, and sorry about the confusion on the ARISS involvement. I had assumed that his activities were driven by the contract he had with the Russian tourist thing (I forget the organization name).
Richard's flight was a major event, and all involved should be proud of what was accomplished.
> From: ka3hdo at comcast.net
> To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
> Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2008 07:18:03 -0400
> Subject: [amsat-bb] QSL
> You have three choices. You can send for an ARISS QSL in the usual manner.
> Or you can wait to see if Richard will be developing an additional card. Or
> you can do both (if the second option opens up). Either way I think you
> will want both cards, so if you are "itching" send it through the ARRL
> channels as shown on the ARISS web page www.ariss.org.
> And to clarify about your comment reagarding Richard's flight not being an
> ARISS event, Richard's activities were coordinated through the ARISS
> volunteer team. I am not sure what you meant by that comment. But all
> amateur radio activity on ISS (Development and Operations) is coordinated
> through the ARISS international team.
> Thanks for all your interest in ARISS.
> Frank Bauer, KA3HDO
> From: "Greg D."
> Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: QSL
> To: Amsat-BB
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> Hi Kenneth,
> The FAQ page that is linked to the SSTV upload site
> (http://ariss-sstv.ssl.berkeley.edu/SSTV/faq.php) says:
> "How do I QSL or SWL? Details are being finalized for the handling of
> QSL/SWL cards. Please check back again soon for more information."
> That page is probably newer than the ARISS site, and since Richard's flight
> was not directly an ARISS event, it would seem that other arrangements are
> being made... Which site should I trust? My card is itching to be
> Greg KO6TH
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