[amsat-bb] Re: ZF2AE will be on SO-50 and AO-51 this afternoon
n4qwf1 at gmail.com
Sat Mar 28 18:13:12 PDT 2009
Thanks for the contact on AO-51 this evening. Been awhile since the
last new country. Best << John
On Fri, Mar 27, 2009 at 2:30 PM, Adrian Engele <aa5uk at yahoo.com> wrote:
> HI fellow operators,
> Thanks to those who have worked me so far. I appreciate your patience as I have had a few glitches to contend with.
> I wanted to let you know that I hope to be on during the following passes later today:
> SO-50 3/27/2009 AOS
> 22:15:31 LOS 22:29:09
> AO-51 3/27/2009 AOS 23:30:49 LOS 23:44:42
> FO-29 3/28/2009 AOS
> 03:02:45 LOS 03:18:29
> VU-52 3/28/2009 AOS
> 03:20:35 LOS 03:33:05
> All times are UTC from EK99hi.
> Heading to Little Cayman for part of CQWPX. I should be available for satellites contacts most afternoons and late evening on AO-51, SO50, VU-52 and FO-29.
> Please be patient. It's been many years since I have worked linear birds and I am just getting used to working with SatPC in half-duplex mode with my FT857D and holding an Arrow Antenna at the same time.
> See you on the birds or on HF.
> 73 from Sunny Grand Cayman
> ZF2AE & ZF2AE/ZF8
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