Request for interview from National Pulic Radio

From: Chris Peat (chris.peat@dlr.de)
Date: Mon Jan 28 2008 - 08:15:16 UTC

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    Hi all,
    Sasa Woodruff of National Public Radio is doing a story on the Explorer 1
    anniversary and would like to interview a US based satellite observer. I am
    forwarding a couple of e-mails I received from her last week. If anyone is
    interested, could you please contact her directly. It is quite urgent, as
    you can see from her mails. 
    
    Many thanks,
    Chris Peat
    Heavens-Above.com
    
    
    ---Original messages from Sasa--------------------------------------------
    Thanks for getting back to me. Would you be able to put up the request on
    the board and have them email me at sasawoodruff@hotmail.com. I really need
    to hear from someone by Monday. I would like to pre-interview a couple of
    people and then chose the person who works best. I prefer someone observing
    in the U.S. Also, someone who keeps track of orbital debris and who could
    very descriptively tell what the satellite orbits look like with all the
    junk floating around. Let me know if this works.
    Many Thanks,
    Sasa
    
    Chris,
     How are you? I emailed you last summer when I was working with PBSs Wired
    Science. Im now working at National Public Radios Day to Day and were
    doing a story on the anniversary of the Explorer I. Id like to know if you
    know of amateur satellite/space junk trackers. Id love to talk with you
    about this, so if you could give me a call or send me your phone number that
    would be great. You can reach me at 310.825.4210 or on my cell at
    510.292.0727. 
    
    Many Thanks,
    
    
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