[amsat-bb] Ao27

Paul Stoetzer n8hm at arrl.net
Tue Jul 7 11:30:26 UTC 2015

It has not yet been recovered. The command team turned the transmitter on
to test it out on June 28th, but they still need to upload the secondary
bootloader and then the high level code necessary to operate the satellite.
The issue in the past has been that the satellite crashes when they try to
run high level code. We will see if they've managed to work around that
problem (probably radiation damage to a section of the satellite's memory).


Paul, N8HM

On Tuesday, July 7, 2015, Chris <vk6fcbg at yahoo.com.au> wrote:

> Hi All
> Attempted with no success, to work AO27 recently (0620 ish UTC) however
> working conditions here were not the greatest. I conducted an attempt in
> co-ordination with VK6MLB.
> Intending to keep an eye out on the next run of passes tomorrow, hopefully
> with some more success.  Interested to know how others went with their
> attempts
> 73ChrisVK6PII / VK6FCBG
> Sent on the go with Vodafone - Galaxy s5
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