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Where's AO-92???

Discussion in 'Satellite and Space Communications' started by K6LCS, May 28, 2018.

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  1. K3RLD

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    I still listen for AO-85 every once in a while. Never know when a short or open circuit may boot it back up....
     
  2. K6LCS

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    WE4B>> ... AO-92 has failed ... RIP ...

    N6MST>> ... Works for me ...

    Me, too ...

    Scratch that source of misinformation off your list of "reliable" sources: unreliable at best ... self-serving at worst.

    Clint Bradford
     
  3. K6LCS

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    And '27 ... There's several sats whose frees I haven't deleted off of radios ... Kind of a trip through memories lane ...
     
  4. K6LCS

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  5. K6BBC

    K6BBC Senior Moderator Volunteer Moderator Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    What a shame. It was a great bird.
     
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  6. AA0CW

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    Still have AO51, HO68, HO67 in my ht, you never know!
     
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  7. KC3RN

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    Yes, I was fond of it. I made my first ever satellite contact on AO-92, in July of this year. It was with Paul, AC9O. I guess your first is always your favorite. ;)
     
  8. KA2CZU

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    Ok, what’s with the mask? You look like you’re social-distanced already.

    (Ok, don’t answer that :D)
     
  9. KA2CZU

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    Sadly, never made it on AO-92. My own fault, just too many things mis-aligned. Been in listen mode for quite a while now.
     

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