Galaxy 4

Fred E. (
Wed, 20 May 1998 19:00:35 EDT

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From: (Michael Comiskey)
Subject: Galaxy 4
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Hi all

The TV people are not the only ones who are having problems.

for stories about pager user having a hard time as well.
Does anyone know what would cause such a failure? 
Would a meteoroid strike cause such a problem?
Michael Comiskey, at Home in Belfast          (preferred)         (home) (work)

	Dear Sender(Michael),
I have been informed that TV wasn't the only bad target of the 
Satellite-- NPR (National Public Radio) had a problem when it went out 
at 6:30pm, May 19th. Their transmission of a program abruptly ended when 
Galaxy 4 "went quiet". The other NPR stations had to cut off the program 
and listen to "some music".

		--Nick Elser, age       

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