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Chips in Space: ARISSat-1 deployment update

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old account Frank Eory
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old account Frank Eory   8/7/2011 12:11:04 AM
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Steve, this is such a fantastic project. It's a shame the UHF antenna is broken.

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Steve Bible   8/6/2011 2:52:04 AM
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Thanks KB3001, Look for my blog post this weekend and future posts. I'll be describing in more detail the components of ARISSat-1.

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Steve Bible   8/6/2011 2:51:01 AM
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Hello Mike, take a look at http://www.arissat1.org/v3/ and http://www.amsat.org

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KB3001   8/5/2011 1:56:54 PM
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Nice blog Steve. You could perhaps give us some background info about ARISSat?

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empebe   8/5/2011 12:08:10 PM
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Read your Deployment blog with interest, but like those samples in the supermarket, its left me wanting to know more. How do I do that ? Regards Mike

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Steve Bible   8/4/2011 3:46:10 PM
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SSTV Photos are being reported at http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/SSTV/

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t.alex   8/4/2011 2:45:08 PM
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This is so cool!

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