[amsat-bb] Re: FW: [BLT] University of Texas at Austin 'Picosatellite' To Be Launched from Space Shuttle To Begin Milestone Small-Satellite Mission
m5aka at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Jul 20 10:09:09 PDT 2009
I see it's running quite high power, 1 watt output, when in Data Mode.
Would I be right in thinking the Data Mode will only be activated when it's in range of Texas ? Presumably the 200 mw 437.325 MHz 200 mw beacon will be available the rest of the time ?
73 Trevor M5AKA
--- On Mon, 20/7/09, Andrew.MacAllister at emerson.com <Andrew.MacAllister at emerson.com> wrote:
> From: Andrew.MacAllister at emerson.com <Andrew.MacAllister at emerson.com>
> Subject: [amsat-bb] FW: [BLT] University of Texas at Austin 'Picosatellite' To Be Launched from Space Shuttle To Begin Milestone Small-Satellite Mission
> To: blt at stevens.com, amsat-bb at amsat.org
> Date: Monday, 20 July, 2009, 4:29 AM
> Get ready to check out BEVO-1 later
> this week!
> Various items in BEVO-1 flew to the edge of space last year
> on BLT-24.
> 73 de Andy W5ACM
> Sent: Sun 7/19/2009 9:01 PM
> To: MacAllister, Andrew [PROCESS/DAN/HOU]
> Subject: Re: [BLT] University of Texas at Austin
> 'Picosatellite' To Be Launched from Space Shuttle To Begin
> Milestone Small-Satellite Mission
> Hi Andy,
> Thanks for the publicity on your lists. I have a website
> set up at
> http://paradigm.ae.utexas.edu/ops where amateur radio
> stations can
> send what they hear. Deployment from Shuttle Endeavor will
> tentatively at 7:27 AM CDT, July 30th.
> On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 10:23 AM, <Andrew.MacAllister at emerson.com>
> > As seen during BLT-24 last year!
> > Looking forward to the July flight of BEVO-1 and
> > http://www.utexas.edu/news/2009/06/09/picosatellite/
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