[amsat-bb] Re: AA5UK/KH6 QRV for HO-68 and VU-52 from Hawaii BL02 ic Macrch 28 March 29th
davekn4ok at aol.com
Sun Mar 28 15:08:42 PDT 2010
I was looking at the log and thought it would be mode B. I better double check and will look for you as well.
From: Tim - N3TL <n3tl at bellsouth.net>
To: davekn4ok at aol.com
Sent: Sun, Mar 28, 2010 4:31 pm
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Re: AA5UK/KH6 QRV for HO-68 and VU-52 from Hawaii BL02 ic Macrch 28 March 29th
AO-7 will be n Mode A tonight. You won't have a chance to get to him tonight or Monday - according to what he has told me via email.
I am going to try for Wednesday morning and, because of the significant stretch of the footprint, hoping that you and everyone else will give us a chance to make a very brief contact. From here, my window is less than a minute - but it's do-able. Adrian represents my only chance to get Hawaii in the log from here, and I'm hopeful I'll have a legitimate chance to do that.
I hope you get him, too. Good luck.
Tim - N3TL
From: "davekn4ok at aol.com" <davekn4ok at aol.com>
To: aa5uk at yahoo.com; AMSAT-BB at amsat.org
Sent: Sun, March 28, 2010 4:49:41 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Re: AA5UK/KH6 QRV for HO-68 and VU-52 from Hawaii BL02 ic Macrch 28 March 29th
I will be on the last AO-7 pass this evening from 01:53-02:09 hoping you will fall in my window. You can look for me around 145.952. Your elevation will be very low if at all.
The best shot I see for us will be Monday morning 15:50-16:01. If you think you can make this, please let me know. I will again be around 145.952.
Enjoy your trip and look for you on the bird.
From: Adrian Engele <aa5uk at yahoo.com>
To: AMSAT-BB at amsat.org
Sent: Sun, Mar 28, 2010 12:20 pm
Subject: [amsat-bb] AA5UK/KH6 QRV for HO-68 and VU-52 from Hawaii BL02 ic Macrch 28 March 29th
Made it to Kauai yesterday and managed to get on some informal passes.
I plan to operate this morning here in HI on some of the following passes:
HO-68 FM during 18:49 UTC pass
U-52 SSB during 19:10 UTC pass.
I also plan on several evening passes after 0300 UTC on AO7, FO29, VU52.
Thanks again to the West Coast and XE stations who worked me yesterday evening.
reat signals into BL02.
See you shortly!
Aloha, Adrian AA5UK/KH6
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