[amsat-bb] Re: The Moon is our Future
ka1rrw at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 2 08:16:12 PDT 2009
Thank you for your great comments.
Let’s find the problems and find the solutions.
We solved the difficulties for working AO-10 and AO-13.
The Moon is the Next Generation.
Lets work together to find an affordable solution.
Which band will work the best (assuming limited antenna and power recourses from an Un-manned Moon lander.)
The Moon will not be an “Easy-Sat”, it will be a challenge.
However, it should be much easier to access than true EME.
Thanks all Miles WF1F MarexMG.org
--- On Thu, 7/2/09, Jack K. <kd1pe.1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> From: Jack K. <kd1pe.1 at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Re: The Moon is our Future
> To: kd8bxp at aol.com, bruninga at usna.edu, "'Joe'" <nss at mwt.net>, "'MM'" <ka1rrw at yahoo.com>
> Cc: amsat-bb at amsat.org, kg4zlb at gmail.com
> Date: Thursday, July 2, 2009, 8:48 AM
> I heard the same things when the
> first HEOs went up. It takes to much money, it takes to much
> specialized equipment, it takes to much knowledge, it is for
> elitists only... The bottom line is a LOT of hams used them
> and it took some ingenuity, some new equipment, and yes we
> all had to learn now things to use them. the bottom line is
> they worked and worked well... My suggestion is quit looking
> at pitfalls and problems as reasons not to do something, but
> as opportunities to learn to accomplish new things (or
> improved communications anyway) and move forward... We can
> put up all the leos we want, but until someone makes
> something like B. Bruninga's cell concept work, we are only
> going to have more of the same, We don't need more of the
> DE - KD1PE
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