[amsat-bb] Re: LA4FPA/p Vigra Island JP32BM
kb2m at comcast.net
Fri Jul 23 22:31:37 PDT 2010
And it's also a good thing it's not a HEO.
If you experience a pass lasting more than 4 hours.....
73 Jeff kb2m
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When I first saw this I thought it said
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 7/23/2010 10:37 PM, John Papay wrote:
> Erling, LA4FPA/p, plans to be on HO-68 on 24 July
> beginning at 1405 UTC, when it is scheduled to turn
> on, all the way to his LOS at around 1416 UTC. The
> footprint will cover northeastern US and eastern Canada.
> HO-68 is in the FM mode and with its strong signal, qso's
> should be possible. Erling was on the AO-7 pass today but
> there were not many takers in North America. He did work
> WC7V which was his longest distance ever on AO-7.
> Look for Erling on AO-7 on Sunday when it is back in Mode B.
> John K8YSE
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