[amsat-bb] Re: Fifty Years in Space

DF2MZ Edgar.Kaiser at t-online.de
Thu Nov 10 12:25:34 PST 2011

你好 Michael,

I only recently started into the amateur satellites and actaully 希望一 
号 (HO-68) was the satellite over which I heard my own signals back for 
the very first time and also made the first satellite QSO. Too sad the 
transponder operations stopped. It was really a very good linear 
transponder. Do you have any news there? Is there a chance that it will 
come back?

I feel very sorry about the current troubles with Phobos-Grunt thus also 
compromising the 萤火一号 (Yinghuo 1) mission. Hope it will work out.

Cheers, 祝好,

Am 10.11.2011 20:50, schrieb Michael Chen:
> Hi, everyone,
> I just read the story of "Fifty Years in Space" by David, K1ZZ in the
> November issue of QST. It's good to review the history of amateur
> satellite and it reminds me that I have a lot of AMSAT friends there
> in the United States. It was a thrill to be a part of AMSAT team in
> Dayton this year and that was the 1st show of AMSAT-China to the
> world.
> The first Chinese amateur satellite was launched in 2009. We are late
> but we are eventually there.
> Michael Chen, BD5RV/4
> AMSAT-China: http://www.camsat.cn
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