Flash 102 available at ftp/WWW/e-mail archives

Bart De Pontieu (BDP@MPEPL)
Tue, 02 Jul 1996 18:19:18 +0100 (CET)

Hi SeeSat-ers,

I just finished the 102th issue of "Flash", the english-language newsletter 
of the Belgian Working Group for Satellites. This issue is now going to 
Belgium where it gets printed and sent to the 70+ subscribers. But the 330 
SeeSat-L subscribers can also read Flash on the Internet, at the following 
locations:

1. SeeSat-L e-mail archive server. Send a message with in the subject-field
the words "archive get flash/flash102.uu" (without the quotes) to
SeeSat-L-request@iris01.plasma.mpe-garching.mpg.de
to receive a uuencoded/zipped version of a postscript file containing all
30 pages of the current issue. This file is 230 Kb.

2. Oxford ftp-archive at this path:
ftp://ftp.physics.ox.ac.uk/pub/sat/bwgs/flash/flash102.gz
(which is gzipped).

3. WWW at this URL:
http://www.rzg.mpg.de/~bdp/flash/102/flash102.html

Here's an overview of the contents:

63 Contents and adresses
64 Satorial
65 Progress report on Eurosom 2  
  by Bart De Pontieu
67 TiPS observations             
  compiled from SeeSat-L by Bart De Pontieu
70 The determination of the rotation axis of a tumbling satellite (1)
  by Bart De Pontieu
77 DRA project update
  by Bart De Pontieu
78 Flash observations of NOAA 7
  by Walter Nissen
82 Jonathan's space report 288-290
  by Jonathan McDowell
84 Satorama
  by Leo Barhorst
86 Recent Observations
89 Eurosom 2 Registration Form

Cheers,
    Bart

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Bart De Pontieu --  Max-Planck-Institute for extraterrestrial Physics, Garching
bdp@mpepl.plasma.mpe-garching.mpg.de -- http://www.rzg.mpg.de/~bdp/eurosom.html
BWGS-coordinator -- Flash editor -- SeeSat-L administrator -- would-be-observer
        "Nobody told me there'd be days like these" -- JOL (1940-1980)
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