[amsat-bb] UNISAT-6 celebrates its second anniversary in orbit
glasbrenner at mindspring.com
Mon Jun 20 17:05:30 UTC 2016
Congratulations on the continued success of your program.
Has your organization considered an open comms mission for amateurs on any of your existing or future spacecraft?
73, Drew KO4MA
>From: GAUSS TEAM <info at gaussteam.com>
>Sent: Jun 20, 2016 12:50 PM
>To: info at gaussteam.com
>Subject: [amsat-bb] UNISAT-6 celebrates its second anniversary in orbit
>We are glad to inform you that UniSat-6 has turned two!
>Our eighth satellite has been launched on the 19th of June 2014 and, after
>two years, it continues to be fully operative and its onboard systems are
>Such result let us collect a great amount of data and gave us the
>opportunity to test our own technology in space, demonstrating the
>reliability of our products and confirming the capabilities of the UniSat
>We are very thankful to everyone involved in the project and to the
>radioamateurs for their feedback.
>For more information about our services <http://www.gaussteam.com/services/>and
>products <http://www.gaussteam.com/products/>and for updated news
>about the UniSat-6
>mission <http://www.gaussteam.com/unisat-6-mission/>, visit our website
>We are looking forward to the next mission: UniSat-7 is going to be
>launched in 2017! Click here <http://www.gaussteam.com/satellites/unisat-7/>to
>find out more.
>the GAUSS Team
>*Group of Astrodynamics for the Use of Space Systems*
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>00199 Roma - ITALY
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