Re: Satellites

JAY RESPLER (jrespler@InJersey.com)
Fri, 18 Apr 1997 01:04:42 -0400 (EDT)

On Thu, 17 Apr 1997 rickmcq@mindspring.com wrote:
>   This is amazing!  I've been reading this list, trying to silently
> learn on my own, for months.  The more I read, the more stupid I feel.

No.  There's no reason to feel that way.  The more you read, the 
more you learn.  Don't feel bad about that.


>  sigh, I think I'll go sit under a tree for a while, or maybe get out
> a box of tinker toys and build something.

And there's no reason to struggle along on your own.  If asking a 
question will help clear things up for you, do not hesitate to ask.
That goes for everyone else here too.

Though I've been interested in space since way before Sputnik, it was 
interesting replies from people like Ted Molczan on Celestial BBS that 
encouraged me to get involved with on-line discussions.

So ask questions and go out and observe the sats that are talked about here.

Jay Respler
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