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...and the good news is ...

Ladies & Gentlemen,
                              The good news is that AO-7's mode-B transponder was "almost" back to normal this morning.

That is to say, signals were *MUCH* stronger than they have been for the last 7 days "outings" in mode-B ... though I did experience some clipping.

Presumably, AO-7 has 'also' been suffering from a bout of influensa ... it being that time of year and all ...

(It's all that spacedust in the bronchial 'tubes'.....GM1SXX).

Of course, it has absolutely nowt! to do with the fact that the old girl was plodding along the "right" side of the blue "Weggie" line.

73 John.   <la2qaa@amsat.org>
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