Re: sat debris?

From: Earl Needham (KD5XB@AMSAT.ORG)
Date: Fri Feb 11 2000 - 10:57:58 PST

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    At 09:49 AM 2/11/00 -0500, Bill T Bard wrote:
    >The MFR number looks like what we call a cage code. The company listed for
    >the cage code 32946 is a company called
    >500 SHERMAN ST
    >GALION OH   44833-2031
    >You might want to give them a call and ask for someone in sales. Ask if
    >they've made things for rockets or satellites or the material you found. A
    >mechanical engineer said he thought they made heavy machinery so it may not
    >be the source of the material you found, but it's worth a try.
    >Another thought is perhaps the MFR number is incorrect. Are there any
    >numbers which might be wrong? Let me know what other numbers it might be
    >and I'll check them out.
    	Be sure to let us ALL know how this turns out...
    Earl Needham, KD5XB    mailto:KD5XB@AMSAT.ORG
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