[amsat-bb] Orbital Debrief
paulopv8dx at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 02:22:18 UTC 2015
Hi friend Sean, Paul and all
I also want to say as a member of pleasure reading your comments.
Today I read the AO7 information.
And today was our contact with low signals. In the noise.
I like to take and inform you that the 18th of April. world Day
amateur radio I will be with a group of scouts.
And this opportunity will call mainly in FO29.
I hope that young people can talk to one of you
the east coast.
On the 11th, I want to show the Scouts to SSTV reception.
For your attention always, thank you
73 de Paulo PV8DX
FJ92pt - VUCC SAT
pv8dx at arrl.net
Boa Vista-RR, Brasil
------ Mensagem original ------
De: "Sean Kutzko via AMSAT-BB" <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Para: "amsat-bb at amsat.org" <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
Enviado(s): 06/04/2015 20:25:23
Assunto: Re: [amsat-bb] Orbital Debrief
>Yes indeed, Paul. Thanks for putting this resource together.
>Sean Kutzko KX9X
>Sent from Sean's iPad
>> On Apr 6, 2015, at 7:43 PM, Stefan Wagener <wageners at gmail.com>
>> Thanks Paul,
>> Excellent work and much appreciated!
>> Stefan, VE4NSA
>>> On Mon, Apr 6, 2015 at 6:38 PM, Paul Stoetzer <n8hm at arrl.net> wrote:
>>> Good evening,
>>> By now I hope every AMSAT-NA member has had a chance to read the
>>> version of my Orbital Debrief column in the January/February AMSAT
>>> Journal. I would appreciate any feedback on this first edition! If
>>> are not an AMSAT-NA member, you are missing out. Please join
>>> As designed, the column relies on input from satellite operators. If
>>> you go on a grid expedition, work a new DX station, have a good
>>> about satellite operating, or receive a unique QSL card, please
>>> any notes and photos for publication to n8hm at arrl.net.
>>> Also, I would like to get some data from as many operators as well.
>>> would like to put together a picture of what is possible on the LEO
>>> satellites. I have not decided exactly how I will present this data,
>>> but I would like to receive a list of the following data (from LEO
>>> satellites only) from as many operators as possible:
>>> 1. Grids worked / grids confirmed
>>> 2. Grid fields worked / grid fields confirmed
>>> 3. U. S. states worked / U. S. states confirmed
>>> 4. Canadian call areas worked / Canadian call areas confirmed
>>> 5. DXCCs worked / DXCCs confirmed
>>> 6. CQ zones worked / CQ zones confirmed
>>> 7. Continents worked / continents confirmed
>>> The "Upcoming Satellite Operations" page on the AMSAT website
>>> (http://www.amsat.org/?page_id=3921) is designed as a real-time
>>> companion to the column, and as mentioned in a previous post, I
>>> encourage all satellite operators to bookmark it and check it
>>> regularly. Thank you in advance for your suggestions and submissions
>>> and I hope you enjoy the column!
>>> Paul Stoetzer, N8HM
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