Re: AO-40 Back

From: Jim Scotti (jscotti@jupiter.lpl.Arizona.EDU)
Date: Tue Dec 26 2000 - 14:54:43 PST

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    Boy, and I thought my Windoze box took a long time to reboot....
    
    Jim.
    
    On Tue, 26 Dec 2000, Bill Bard wrote:
    
    > For those interested, the amateur radio satellite AO-40 is apparently back
    > now. The main computer had apparently crashed and a hard reset was required.
    > They are in the process of reloading software for normal telemetry downlink.
    > Those interested in its progress can check www.amsat-dl.org for more info
    > and status.
    > 
    > Bill Bard
    > 
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    Jim Scotti                              
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    University of Arizona                
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