[jamsat-news:3648] Re: [ans] AMSAT News Service Special Bulletin - AO-92 Remaining in U/v For Potential Emergency Traffic
Mark D. Johns via ANS
ans ＠ amsat.org
2019年 9月 30日 (月) 19:58:10 JST
Thanks, JoAnne. I’m traveling at the moment, but when I saw this notice
from Drew this morning, I was going to suggest we put it out as a special.
As usual, you’re a step ahead of me. Thanks for being on top of it.
On Sun, Sep 29, 2019 at 15:42 JoAnne K9JKM via ANS <ans ＠ amsat.org> wrote:
> AMSAT NEWS SERVICE SPECIAL BULLETIN
> In this edition:
> * AO-92 Remaining in U/v For Potential Emergency Traffic
> SB SAT @ AMSAT $ANS-272.02
> ANS-272 AMSAT News Service Special Bulletin
> AMSAT News Service Bulletin 272.02
> From AMSAT HQ KENSINGTON, MD.
> DATE September 29, 2019
> To All RADIO AMATEURS
> BID: $ANS-272.02
> Drew Glasbrenner, KO4MA, AMSAT VP Operations has received a request
> from amateurs involved with emergency communications in the Azores,
> requesting we forego L/v operation on AO-92 this week.
> Hurricane Lorenzo is expected to pass through the Azores as a Cate-
> gory 4 storm Tuesday and Wednesday, and they are requesting AO-92
> remain in U/v for potential emergency traffic. Please be aware of
> and yield to any emergency traffic, on any satellite, coming from
> the area during this time. Passes covering the Azores and Portugal
> are the most critical.
> We realize that there have been a few moves and cancellations for
> this mode recently, and I ask for understanding and cooperation.
> Emergency use is always first priority, and AMSAT is happy to assist
> in any way we can.
> [ANS thanks Drew Glasbrenner, KO4MA, AMSAT VP Operations for the
> above information]
> Via the ANS mailing list courtesy of AMSAT-NA
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Mark D. Johns, Ph.D. K0JM
Professor Emeritus of Communication Studies at
Luther College, Decorah, Iowa USA
Now residing in Minneapolis, Minn.
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