No QSL Card needed. however if any of you got a pass recording of that AO91 pass today, I would like that please. I want to send it off to the scouts who were there and show them what it sounded like on the other end. We had 12 scouts and several adults involved for that activity.
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On Dec 1, 2018, at 21:07, George Carr [email protected] wrote:
Hope they had a big time responding as a group to my call. You need a QSL card from me? 73 George WA5KBH
On Thu, Nov 29, 2018 at 10:13 PM [email protected] wrote: As part of a Radio Merit Badge program this Saturday, I will be involving the Scouts in an AO-91 pass with my AOS at 1806Z, 29 degrees east max elevation. We will again be using the callsign K2BSA/5 for the day and this pass. If you hear us, please call us and get some scouts excited about Amateur Radio in Space
Tom Schuessler, N5HYP EM12ms
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