[amsat-bb] Re: AO-51 20Feb2010 2259z Recording
john at papays.com
Mon Feb 22 19:36:15 PST 2010
As some of you discovered, the link to the recording
was not working. Sorry for the inconvenience. It should
work properly now.
At 10:20 AM 2/22/2010, Angelo Glorioso wrote:
>Link is bad!
>----- Original Message ----- From: "John Papay" <john at papays.com>
>To: <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
>Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 8:50 AM
>Subject: [amsat-bb] AO-51 20Feb2010 2259z Recording
>>A recording of the AO-51 pass on 20Feb2010 at 2259z is on my
>>This was a very busy pass with ND9M/p in EL07/EL08 and WD9EWK/p in DM22
>>at the Yuma Hamfest. Many of you are not full duplex and don't know what you
>>sound like on the bird so here's your chance to hear yourself.
>>There are over 30 different callsigns on this recording including:
>>N5AFV, KD4N0Q, WA4HFN, N8RO, WA5KBH, KP4WK, KF4OTG, N5UXT, KB0RZD,
>>ND9M/P, K4YYL, K7NN, KB0RZE, KB8ZGL, N1XED, KJ4PSU, VA3BL, N8MH,
>>?4NDA/HH, KD8CAO, N2BX, WD9EWK/P KZ4WAT, KB9AVO, KD0HKR, WB1AAT,
>>N0JE, ?OF, ?QYH, VE7CNA, KE7DOV. K8YSE
>>KE7DOV appeared at the end of the pass operating portable from CN76 a rare
>>Although there was a lot of instances of several stations
>>transmitting at the same time, overall the number of successful qso's
>>was good. It is rare when more than 30 stations are heard on a
>>single pass of AO-51. It was a 32 degree elevation, 13 minute
>>horizon to horizon pass for me.
>>AO-51 is a great bird. Those who had a hand in designing and
>>building this satellite can be very proud of their accomplishment.
>>John K8YSE EN91dh
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