[amsat-bb] Interesting articke

Doug - k4gkj k4gkj at embarqmail.com
Wed Oct 1 17:45:11 UTC 2014

It is an article about "space junk". 
They point to Amateur Radio as one of the leaders in adding junk to the space above, indicating we ignore rules and others don't enforce the rules. 
If you don't enjoy talking on satellites, then yes, for you, it is spam. 
For others, I think it is something to be aware of and be prepared to address if in such a position. 
Not trying to cause harm to you or your computer. Just trying to help save my hobby and others livelihoods. You may ignore it...  I meant for it to be read by those that have concern over our future in space. 
My apologies for that ending up in your mail box. 

Doug Bennight

-------- Original message --------
From: Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> 
To: Doug - k4gkj <k4gkj at embarqmail.com> 
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] Interesting articke 

Is this spam or phishing?

Without a subject or a sentence suggesting why someone on AMSAT might want to even take a look at this article, or even give a clue that theis email was originated by an actual ham, probably no one will follow your link.

I certainly wont since it looks 100% like a scam or phising email...

Just thought you might like to know if someone has hacked your account.

Bob, WB4aPR

On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 12:22 PM, Doug - k4gkj <k4gkj at embarqmail.com> wrote:


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