archive: Re: SETI element sets and satellite orbits

Re: SETI element sets and satellite orbits

R.J. Fear ( (no email) )
Fri, 18 Sep 1998 10:50:07

Thanks Paul.
I do actually live in the middle of a bunch of corn and soybean fields.
Great for the kids, not great for a technojunky.

Unless you're into Agricutlture or Indiana History the library is pretty
much useless. Requesting library tranfers is a whole new adventure in pain.

I'll check in Indianapolis next week. Thanks for the gentle bump. Good
point.

R.J.

At 11:36 AM 9/18/98 -0400, you wrote:
>At 10:29 AM 9/18/98, R.J. Fear wrote:
>>{RJ hangs around a little after class lets out},
>>
>>Uhhmmm Paul?
>>
>>All I can seem to find (internet web, gopher, and archive searches) on the
>>article you sited are bibliography references. Is there a way to purchase
>>a reprint or get a copy?
>
> Recall what the world was like before the Internet? Where is it that we
>found articles? I remember ... libraries!
> I know that many University EE dep't libraries carry CommQuart. Or, it's
>published by the same people who publish CQ (the ham radio magazine), so
>you can track them down that way and probably buy back issues.

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