archive: Re: SETI Long Delayed Echo

Re: SETI Long Delayed Echo

rtyndall@juno.com
Mon, 7 Sep 1998 01:21:36 EDT

On Sun, 06 Sep 1998 23:01:41 +0600 willcox@voicenet.com writes:
>Rich Tyndall wrote:
>>.. It's certainly
>> is a strange phenomenon. The LDEs heard by EMEers this summer
>> is the most recent case I've heard of..
>(end quote)
>
>Chip Cohen wrote:
>^ What?! I want details.Please!
>(end quote)
>
>Passionate amplification of Chip's request!
>Please Please Please :-)
>End transmission....
>
>John Willcox
> 40 00 00 N
> 75 30 30 W
>
>Project Argus Observatory FN20fa
>
>

Okay John, but you may have seen this stuff already.. It happened back in
April..
Most of the data was saved at a web site in Spain.. Go check it out, I'm
hitting the sack.. 73 RT<>

http://personal.redestb.es/g_sampol/lde.html

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