[amsat-bb] Re: Transit Satellites

Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF nigel at ngunn.net
Mon Aug 30 16:11:34 PDT 2010

The two in question are labelled as OSCAR 23 and OSCAR 25.
Others are labelled as NOVAs, yet others as TRANSITs.

On 30-Aug-10 22:49, Dave Marthouse wrote:
> With all this talk of the Transit satellites on 149.985MHZ, how are they listed in the keps.  I checked for other satellites of interest on the kelso webpage and found navy navigation satellites.  There are a few named transit.  What Transit birds are we talking about.  I want to see how strong their signals are on my scanner.  Any information would be appreciated.
> Dave Marthouse N2AAM
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