[amsat-bb] Long-Lost U.S. Military Satellite Found By Amateur Radio Operator

Joseph B. Fitzgerald jfitzgerald at alum.wpi.edu
Fri Apr 24 17:20:22 UTC 2020

Scott actually used an eclipse timing and corresponding loss of carrier to prove to himself that he was detecting that LES-5.

See https://skyriddles.wordpress.com/2020/03/27/the-recovery-of-les-5/

de KM1P

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On April 24, 2020 11:17:48 AM CDT, Bob Hammond via AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb at amsat.org> wrote:

Following the rabbit hole down, I think the article might be incorrect about Transit 5B-5's power source.


--- Zach
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