[amsat-bb] Re: COMPASS-1 Close Approach
mattseverin at hotmail.com
Fri Jan 22 06:39:38 PST 2010
14:32 utc on Jan 22, 2010 we copied the beacon from Sister Lakes Elementary school in Southwest Michigan (EN62). We had a maximum elevation of 10.5°.
My third grade students were excited to listen today to see if Compass-1 survived. The boys and girls let out a cheer when we heard the beacon!
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> Date: Thu, 21 Jan 2010 11:07:12 +0100
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> Subject: [amsat-bb] COMPASS-1 Close Approach
> United States Joint Space Operations Center (JSpOC) has identified predicted close approach between COMPASS-1 (#32787) and SICH-1 (#23657).
> Jan 22 14:27 UTC - predicted distance: 429 m (overall)
> Can someone listen to the COMPASS-1 beacon (437.275 MHz CW) after this time, please?
> It’s the first US East-Coast pass on this day. Any reports are very appreciated.
> Thanks in advance!
> 73, Mike
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