We are looking for people to participate in an AMSAT project at U. Md. E.S., in the Wallops Island area, and at a new facility in Pocomoke, Md. near Wallops.
Add us to the list for remote support, though it is doubtful we would ever have time to visit the facilty to do any actual work.
In other words, I talked with the gentlemen involved and we just want to keep the lines of communication open between UMD-ES and the Naval Academy. We are working on our next satellite calle P-SAT which is a packet satellite designed for digipeating data from experimental remote environmental sensors such as floating ocean buoys, etc.
This fits in well with the environmental flavor of many projects in the area. We are building 6 Cpk Bay buoys to deploy this semester and then later some for the ocean.
Bob Bruninga US Naval Academy Satellite Lab