[time-nuts] Orbiting crystals

Lux, James P james.p.lux at jpl.nasa.gov
Mon Jun 29 02:02:49 EDT 2009

Isn¹t Inmarsat in a Clarke Orbit?  If the propagation path for the solar
eclipse shadow experiment runs through the eclipse with the path from Clarke
orbit to you, then there's tons of signals available to look at.

On 6/28/09 10:48 PM, "Lester Veenstra" <m0ycm at veenstras.com> wrote:

> INMARSATS   Look at tracking beacons vs AFC pilots
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> Anyway, please let me know if you find any easily detectable signals that
> doesn't require a tracking antenna.
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