highaltitude.log.20141201

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[04:15] <Oddstr13> Good mornint
[04:17] <Oddstr13> s/t/g/
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[04:56] <DL7AD_> Oddstr13: morning
[04:58] <Oddstr13> are there any amateur frequency overview that is easier to read that the wikipedia page?
[04:58] <Oddstr13> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amateur_radio_frequency_allocations#ITU_Region_1 I find this setup somewhat messy
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[05:30] <mfa298> Oddstr13: for the UK there's http://rsgb.org/main/operating/band-plans/
[05:31] <mfa298> although details can vary slightly fromcountry to country (less so for hf)
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[05:32] <Oddstr13> just making myself a general overview in a spreadsheet :P don't need this much detail, really
[05:34] <mfa298> rsgb has a spreadsheet you can download which might save some effort
[05:34] <Oddstr13> well, i'm on line 60 here now :P
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[06:16] <Oddstr13> whoa, NRK started DAB broadcasts back in 1995?
[06:30] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Radio%20frequencies-2014-12-01T06%3a29%3a41.ods That's what I have so far
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[06:49] <Oddstr13> !ping B-64
[06:49] <SpacenearUS> 03Oddstr13: Last contact with 03B-64 was 038 days ago
[06:49] <Ian_> Hmmm, Oddstr13, where in the world are you and what is the purpose of the spreadsheet?
[06:49] <Oddstr13> JP52AQ, and, just as a reference when browsing with SDR
[06:50] <Oddstr13> just... ignore that I also included the multi-GHz bands too :P
[06:54] <Ian_> Good to know that you know the Maidenhead locator, and again in plain language please - UK, Germany, etc please?
[06:54] <Oddstr13> Norway
[06:56] Nick change: x-f_ -> x-f
[06:56] <x-f> morning, early birds
[06:56] <Oddstr13> morning x-f ^.^
[06:58] <Ian_> Ah OK. Now my brain is working - slightly. What is the name of the Norwegian radio licensing authority and do they have a sample Licence document, with schedule on a website perhaps?
[06:58] <Ian_> Good morning x-f
[06:59] <Oddstr13> radio og teletilsynet i think, I'ma go find the URL to their website
[06:59] <Ian_> Oddstr13 starting at page 17 of 23 (pdf 14) http://licensing.ofcom.org.uk/binaries/spectrum/amateur-radio/guidance-for-licensees/amateur-terms.pdf
[06:59] <Oddstr13> s/radio/post/
[06:59] <Oddstr13> http://www.npt.no/
[06:59] <Oddstr13> :P
[07:02] <Oddstr13> Ian_: well, I don't have any transmitters, except from ISM band stuff, unless you count the Pi with it's horrible PiFM
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[07:05] <Ian_> I was indicating that at the pages I referred to that there is a schedule of the premitted bands. Table C will give you the greatest of the UK bands available, but it depends upon what the purpose is of you making your spreadsheet.
[07:06] <Oddstr13> oh, there we go
[07:09] <Ian_> I'm assuming that Post-og teletilsynet probably has a similar style of document that you might be able to use to extract information more pertinent to usage in Norway, but being in the same ITU region the differences will probably be minimal.
[07:11] <Oddstr13> well, receiving stations from further away is more fun, so, general ITU bandplans are most interesting, really
[07:13] <Oddstr13> https://lovdata.no/dokument/SF/forskrift/2009-11-05-1340
[07:13] <Oddstr13> §5 lists frequencies
[07:13] <Ian_> Fine. In general for amateur radio use, the narrower bands occur at the lower frequency ends of the band, CW, RTTY, PSK followed by SSB and occasionally a little AM voice
[07:14] <Ian_> I see it, hiding in plain sight all the time eh?
[07:14] <Oddstr13> it isn't exactly that visible on their website
[07:15] <Oddstr13> it's more like a side note on a page linking to a list of amateurs licensed in Norway
[07:15] <Ian_> PSK31 etc tends to have a fairly fixed frequency in each of the bands. so Google PSK31 frequencies to find out where and then you can tune through about 1kHz to see ALL the PSK31 activity in your receiver band pass
[07:15] <Oddstr13> yep
[07:16] <Oddstr13> they're relativly easy to spot on the waterfall too
[07:16] <Oddstr13> relativly long single tone signals
[07:16] <Ian_> The Ofcom sight in the UK is equally difficult to navigate. I guess that they have a lot of information to cram into their site.
[07:17] <Ian_> SDR and decode programs with waterfall displays make it a bit like shooting fish in a barrel. 5W will just about get a PSK31 signal half way round the globe
[07:17] <Oddstr13> found the equivilant PDF i guess :P http://www.npt.no/fritid/radioamat%C3%B8rer/radioamat%C3%B8rer/liste-over-radioamat%C3%B8rer-med-norsk-lisens/_attachment/2744?_ts=139e3418ff9
[07:18] <Oddstr13> I need to make myself some better antennas :P
[07:24] <Ian_> I notice that Norwegian amateurs get to use 1kW on some of the HF bands and then as you get to VHF+ the power is restricted. We get to use pretty much 400W generally HF to SHF
[07:26] <Ian_> Most I would think in the UK don't run much more than 100W on HF and 50W on VHF and UHF. That's the equipment generally available and 400W of UHF is enough to glaze the eyes and singe the hair
[07:26] <Ian_> I prefer to keep my RF cooking inside the microwave oven :)
[07:27] <Oddstr13> hehe
[07:28] <Oddstr13> starting to see signals on 10m here now :)
[07:30] <Ian_> Sunrise here is 0755z
[07:31] <Ian_> Good hunting and I'm off to have a cup of tea and some breakfast
[07:32] <Oddstr13> food is actually an excellent idea
[07:37] <Oddstr13> Darkside: I just figured out how to adjust the waterfall (and FFT) scale in gqrx, scroll wheel on the scale to the left of the fft plot acts the same way as on the frequency scale
[07:42] Nick change: day- -> day
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[07:51] <SA6BSS> Oddstr13: here is a frequince plan. http://www.fura.se/images/stories/teknik/bandplan_vhf_v1.7.pdf
[07:51] <SA6BSS> http://www.fura.se/images/stories/teknik/bandplan_hf_v2.5.pdf
[07:52] <SA6BSS> fyr/fyrar means beacon
[07:52] <Oddstr13> well, fyr in norwegian means lighthouse, so..
[07:53] <Oddstr13> oh man those documents are so much easier to read than the mashup on wikipedia
[07:54] <Oddstr13> .se, shouldn't have any probleams reading that then xD
[07:54] <Oddstr13> I'm tuned to 28.12 MHz right now
[07:56] <mfa298> you may want to look for some more general frequency plans as there's potentially other stuff you can listen to e.g Marine and Aero traffic)
[07:57] <Oddstr13> Yea, i've got the airband noted down here somewhere
[07:57] <mfa298> although you may want to check the legal position for listening to such stuff
[07:57] <Oddstr13> oh, I can legaly listen to the police band... the catch is that i can't use the information in any way what so ever
[07:59] <Oddstr13> anyways, I'ma go afk for a bit
[08:00] <mfa298> be wary if that's advice from the internet as it may not be true for where you live
[08:02] <mfa298> I've seen that line in all sorts of places but for the UK at least I think it's technically illegal to listen to most radio transmissions
[08:02] <mfa298> although the likelyhood of anyone catching you is pretty slim if you only do it in private
[08:07] <SA6BSS> Oddstr13: ah, your Norweigan :) then you will have no problem reading those freq plan :)
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[08:46] <pfy_> !whereis B-64
[08:46] <SpacenearUS> 03pfy_: 03B-64 was over 03South, Iceland 10(64.1198,-19.0706) at 0312451 meters about 038 days ago
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[08:49] <Ian_> Amel has his recovery shoes ready for b-64 if he can find it . . .
[08:50] <Ian_> :)
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[09:10] <Reb-SM0ULC> SA6BSS: allo. vattkoppar hos de små...
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[09:30] <Lunar_LanderU> morning
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[09:35] <Oddstr13> huh, that sounds like JT65, but at 30MHz?
[09:36] <Oddstr13> 30.076 MHz
[09:41] <Oddstr13> I guess it might be a mirror image from 28.076
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[09:43] <fsphil> someone using too much power maybe, or overloading something
[09:44] <fsphil> try decoding it
[09:44] <Oddstr13> well, I am seeing about 2MHz of spectrum here
[09:44] <Oddstr13> i got a decode, CQ UX0KR KO30
[09:44] <fsphil> that from 30mhz?
[09:44] <Oddstr13> yep
[09:45] <fsphil> oops
[09:45] <fsphil> if it's a strong enough signal I suppose the effect could be internal to your sdr receiver
[09:45] <fsphil> I see that all the time on the FCD
[09:45] <Oddstr13> probably internal
[09:46] <fsphil> yea. usually with strong shortwave broadcasts
[09:46] <fsphil> you can tell by retuning, they both shift in different directions
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[09:47] <Oddstr13> I have the perfect screenshot to demonstrate that :P
[09:47] <Oddstr13> alltho it's the tx that's retuning
[09:47] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/freq_pi.png
[09:47] <Oddstr13> nasty output from that Pi :P
[09:49] <fsphil> hah
[09:50] <fsphil> yea it's just a square wave
[09:50] <Oddstr13> let's see if i can get some decodes at 28.076
[09:52] <Oddstr13> well, I can hear the moaning sound of JT65, so I should be able to get decodes too :P
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[10:59] <pc1pcl-qrl> Oddstr13: another version of the IARU region 1 bandplan (in Dutch, but probably be easily decodable if you already speak English and Norwegian): http://www.pc5e.nl/downloads/freq/IARU%20Regio%201%20HF%20VHF%20UHF%20bandplan%20nederlands.pdf
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[11:01] <fsphil> dutch sounds great
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[11:03] <pc1pcl-qrl> It's somewhere between English, German and Scandinavian languages, I can't really judge if it sounds great, as I don't know any better after almost 40years of exposure to it ;)
[11:04] <murb> really depends on the dialect.
[11:05] <pc1pcl-qrl> Another overview of bands, focused on guest-usage as a foreign license holder under CEPT: http://www.zendamateur.com/download/file.php?id=6435
[11:06] <pc1pcl-qrl> murb: I guess I can agree to that, Personally I prefer not to listen to Amsterdam-pronounciation, they probably have mutual feelings..
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[11:45] <Oddstr13> pc1pcl-qrl: I'll have to say i'm having an easier time readin the swedish one :P
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[11:46] <Oddstr13> but, yea, I'm getting the gist of it
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[11:47] <Oddstr13> ...fun :P
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[11:48] <Oddstr13> 2:45:22 < Oddstr13> pc1pcl-qrl: I'll have to say i'm having an easier time readin the swedish one :P 12:46:15 < Oddstr13> but, yea, I'm getting the gist of it
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[11:49] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Yeah, the swedish one is just a little more compact, might be more useful as a quickreference cheat sheet.
[11:50] <pc1pcl-qrl_> The 6m (50 - 52) band might be something to try out, although I've never really heard too much there myself. (not tried that hard though)
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[11:53] <pc1pcl-qrl_> The 'fires' are all indicated in red in both that swedish and dutch sheet, because they're geared to people that need to be told not to blurt out their own noises on those frequencies, but for listening those might actually be interesting.
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[11:54] <Oddstr13> "niet zenden" yep
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[11:54] <pc1pcl-qrl_> http://www.ncdxf.org/beacon/beaconschedule.html
[11:55] <Oddstr13> nice
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[11:57] <amell> is a rpi supposed to reboot immediately when i plug a wifi usb dongle in?
[11:57] <amell> doesnt seem right....
[11:57] <SpeedEvil> ywhat powert supply do you have
[11:57] <Oddstr13> go power it from your phone charger instead of your computer's USB port maybe?
[11:57] <mfa298> amell: if it's an original A/B (rather than A+/B+) then that's quite possible
[11:58] <amell> its a original B.
[11:58] <amell> using a phone charger psu.
[11:58] <Oddstr13> okay
[11:58] <pc1pcl-qrl_> if you have a B+ and already power some other stuff from the usb ports on that, the wifi dongle might push it over the edge.
[11:58] <amell> theres no other usb stuff attached.
[11:59] <Oddstr13> All I know is that my original B isn't exactly stable
[11:59] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Hmm, the phone charge psu might still be limiting the 'charge current, not sure if the Pi properly asks for e.g. 2 A of current with whatever protocol the charge expects.
[11:59] <amell> pc1: will try a different charger.
[11:59] <mfa298> I think I've had some sifi dongles make it reboot, same with the rtl-sdr, the power stuff in the Pi isn't that great (I'm generally wary of hotplugging usb devices unless I know it's a safe device (or don't really care too mcuh about that SD card image)
[11:59] <amell> I need to get wifi working, somehow.
[11:59] <HB9RSU> I have the same issue with the wlan-dongle. Happens with A, B, and sometimes with B+ (The latter is more stable though)
[12:00] <SpeedEvil> Also try a different cable
[12:00] <mfa298> amell: plug in wifi, then power up Pi and that should work
[12:00] <amell> well, the problem is i cant get the dongle working.
[12:01] <amell> [ 23.590712] ieee80211 phy0: rt2800usb_entry_txstatus_timeout: Warning - TX status timeout for entry 0 in queue 0
[12:01] <amell> google fu is exhausted
[12:02] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Re: power - if you have a powered hub you could try that as a buffer, too.
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[12:02] <mfa298> have you done an apt-get update; apt-get upgrade; apt-get dist-upgrade
[12:02] <mfa298> and possibly an rpi-update as well
[12:02] <Oddstr13> amell: well, I got a dongle working with my B+... for a while anyway
[12:02] <mfa298> to ensure everything is up to date.
[12:03] <amell> its a prepackaged octoprint image.
[12:03] <amell> will update anyway
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[12:03] <pc1pcl-qrl_> googled the error, I guess you saw e.g. this page: http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/questions/15153/i-get-wifi-timouts-with-the-rt2800usb-driver
[12:03] <mfa298> kernel and firmware have had updates over time that improve things, in particular usb and wifi
[12:03] <mfa298> won't stop the reboot on hotplug but might help with some of the other errors
[12:04] <amell> sounds like im on a mission to nowhere.
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[12:07] <amell> oh thats interesting, according to lsmod i have the driver installed twice.
[12:07] <Oddstr13> uh.. that dosn't sound right
[12:08] <amell> rt2800usb 17425 0
[12:08] <amell> rt2800lib 80336 1 rt2800usb
[12:08] <amell> rt2x00usb 11661 1 rt2800usb
[12:08] <amell> rt2x00lib 44907 3 rt2x00usb,rt2800lib,rt2800usb
[12:08] <amell> something smells there
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[12:09] <Oddstr13> those are all different modules
[12:09] <mfa298> that doesn't look too abnormal, rt2x* is probably a generic bit of stuff, rt28* will then add the device specific bits
[12:09] <Oddstr13> and the latter ones are loaded by the first one
[12:10] <Oddstr13> last column is "needed by" iirc
[12:11] <Oddstr13> I'm seeing some weak signals around 29.945MHz, could be nfm voice
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[12:13] <fsphil> pc1pcl-qrl_: I've heard the nordic countries on 6m a few times but nothing else
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[12:15] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2001%3a12%3a51%20PM.png
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[12:17] <Oddstr13> hm... I see I have fldigi installed, what's the improvements dl-fldigi does?
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[12:18] <pc1pcl> dl-fldigi for me breaks some things, but with --hab it automatically shares receved teleetry
[12:18] <fsphil> intergration with habhub
[12:18] <fsphil> automated upload of telemetry strings, downloads the payload information and has an ssdv decoder
[12:18] <pc1pcl> so for general stuff, use fldigi, but if tracking a balloon I use dl-fldigi --hab
[12:18] <Oddstr13> hm.. okay
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[12:19] <Oddstr13> havn't really seen any balloons up here yet
[12:19] <Oddstr13> I belive B-64 passed over here somewhere once, but i wasn't looking for it then :P
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[12:20] <fsphil> they do occasionally drift up that way
[12:21] <HB9RSU> can anyone recommend an APRS software decoder which runs with a funcube Pro+ ?
[12:22] <Oddstr13> I was recommended Dire Wolf a few days back
[12:22] <pc1pcl-qrl_> I'm using 'Direwolf', not sure if it works well with funcube or not,
[12:22] <Oddstr13> havn't tried it out yet tho
[12:23] <pc1pcl-qrl_> but I guess if you can loopback, or monitor output somehow, it should work.
[12:23] <Oddstr13> it works off of the soundcard if i've understood it right
[12:23] <pc1pcl-qrl_> yes, it's both a demodulator and decoder (and can work in reverse too)
[12:24] <pc1pcl-qrl_> also you can tie in to the aprs internet gateways and report your received packets so they show up on aprs.fi etc.
[12:24] <HB9RSU> tnx pc1!
[12:26] <pc1pcl-qrl_> you can also use e.g. xastir on linux to plot the stuff you get in via direwolf, (might want to look into xastir too)
[12:26] <pc1pcl-qrl_> direwolf site: https://home.comcast.net/~wb2osz/site/
[12:27] <pc1pcl-qrl_> some links to related/similar software on that site too.
[12:28] <HB9RSU> direwolf seems to be a full server. I just want to decode the signal locally, like fldigi with RTTY
[12:29] <fsphil> I don't believe direwolf can read IQ samples
[12:30] <mattbrejza> rtl-fm might be easier than full on sdr#
[12:31] <fsphil> does rtl-fm work with the fcd too?
[12:31] <pc1pcl-qrl_> direwolf doesn't do the IQ to sound conversion no, so you need to feed it with output from 'something else' that does that part.
[12:31] <fsphil> wouldn't be difficult to port it if it didn't
[12:31] <mattbrejza> unsure
[12:31] <fsphil> or even add it directly to direwolf
[12:31] <fsphil> that would be very handy
[12:31] <fsphil> the fm demodulation code in rtl-fm is really simple
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[12:34] <pc1pcl-qrl_> a bit against the *nix philosophy to have tools do one thing well, and then have the endusers chain them together in the way that's useful for them.
[12:34] <pc1pcl-qrl_> although dire wolf already does a lot of things itself..
[12:35] <Oddstr13> well, I like being able to mix and match :)
[12:35] <Oddstr13> as long as they're easy to interface, and interface well, I don't see the problem
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[12:36] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2001%3a36%3a23%20PM.png any idea of what this might be?
[12:40] <Oddstr13> hm.. weak NFM voice it seems
[12:40] <fsphil> yea
[12:40] <fsphil> the carrier disappearing when there's sound is a good giveaway
[12:41] <Oddstr13> too weak for me to hear properly
[12:41] <Oddstr13> seems to be a female voice tho
[12:42] <fsphil> a rare thing in the amateur bands sadly
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[12:42] <Oddstr13> seems to be several channels down here
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[12:42] <fsphil> oh you're on the CB band
[12:43] <fsphil> unusual to see anything there at all
[12:43] <Oddstr13> CB?
[12:43] <Oddstr13> it's just below the 10m band
[12:43] <fsphil> Citizens Band
[12:44] <Oddstr13> oh, kinda like PMR?
[12:44] <fsphil> yes very similar
[12:44] <Maxell> yep
[12:44] <fsphil> though much older
[12:44] <Oddstr13> cool
[12:44] <Maxell> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Citizens_Band_radio
[12:44] <Oddstr13> thanks, that saved me a few clicks :P
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[12:45] <Maxell> fsphil: "unusual to see anything there at all", likely propagation
[12:45] <Maxell> And not local :)
[12:45] <fsphil> possibly
[12:45] <Maxell> 10 meters has been amazing the last few weeks
[12:45] <Maxell> and it's day
[12:45] <fsphil> the last few times I heard anything on it was either a local farmer (really difficult accent too, like encryption)
[12:45] <Maxell> so that also helps :P
[12:45] <fsphil> or propagation from europe
[12:45] <Oddstr13> it is most definitly propegation
[12:46] <Oddstr13> I don't think CB is available in Norway
[12:46] <Maxell> Check channel "6" in AM - it's the "superbowl" channel - USA users with many (illegal)killowatts
[12:47] <Maxell> 27.025 MHz that is
[12:47] <Maxell> or 27,555 MHZ USB - very populair pirate frequency
[12:49] <Maxell> Looks like both 11 and 10 meter are doing very well doday
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[12:49] <Oddstr13> I'ma go add the whole range to my spreadsheet first :P
[12:53] <Oddstr13> I saw way more CW on 10m yesterday, but I guess that might just be a day of week thing :P
[12:56] <Geoff-G8DHE> There was a 10m CW contest over the weekend I believe
[12:56] <Oddstr13> hehe, that would explain it
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[12:57] <Maxell> http://www.hornucopia.com/contestcal/weeklycont.php#5635 Worldwide DX Contest, CW: 0000Z, Nov 29 to 2400Z, Nov 3
[12:57] <adamgreig> 2400Z eh
[12:57] <Oddstr13> uh, my keyboard seems to like it at 27.094 MHz again ._.
[12:58] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2001%3a58%3a08%20PM.png
[12:59] <Oddstr13> *sigh* I need a new keyboard. A wired one.
[13:04] <Oddstr13> now that sounded like russian if you ask me :P
[13:05] <edmoore> got a filco majestouch tenkeyless with blue cherry switches
[13:05] <edmoore> co-workers can go hang, this thing is great
[13:06] <adamgreig> or with brown switches if your co-workers will instead hang you
[13:08] <fsphil> I'd love to see our accountant's reaction to me buying a £95 keyboard
[13:09] <mattbrejza> you could put the description as 'pack of 10'
[13:09] <fsphil> urg, it has those bumpy windows keys
[13:09] <fsphil> hate those
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[13:11] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2002%3a10%3a54%20PM.png Radar of sort?
[13:13] <Oddstr13> "No limits" ? this must be tested..
[13:15] <edmoore> fsphil, say it will improve your productivity by 0.5%
[13:15] <edmoore> when he plugs that into his calculator he should see that that's a lot more money than the keyboard
[13:15] <fsphil> it might make me want to type more
[13:16] <fsphil> the problem might be, if I like it I'd have to get one for home
[13:21] <edmoore> yep
[13:23] <pc1pcl-qrl_> 11m CB in Norway seems to be from 26.965-27.405 40 channels. AM/FM 4 Watts with vertical polarization.
[13:23] <Oddstr13> anywhere above 24MHz I would have a chance of finding stuff like Hell?
[13:24] <pc1pcl-qrl_> For citizens band http://sierraecho11mdx.tripod.com/43se144/id26.html has an overview, includes surrounding countries that you might be able to hear too.
[13:25] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Maybe you can try receiving weather fax from Hamburg, I think the are also on higher frequencies..
[13:25] <fsphil> I've seen people using hellschriber on 10m
[13:26] <fsphil> tried it myself a few times, didn't get a reply
[13:26] <Oddstr13> pc1pcl-qrl_: I couldn't get Comic Sans as the font while we're at it? ._.
[13:26] <Oddstr13> wait, i'm in linux.. lemme check the source code
[13:27] <Oddstr13> o well
[13:28] <fsphil> comic sans on hellschriber?
[13:28] <fsphil> that would be evil
[13:28] <Oddstr13> fsphil: That would be epic.. however, I was refering to the CB listing :P
[13:29] <Oddstr13> the site design makes me want to cry
[13:29] <fsphil> ah
[13:29] <fsphil> yes
[13:29] <fsphil> a common problem
[13:29] <fsphil> I thought that was confined to amateur radio sites. I guess it's a problem in the CB world too
[13:29] <Oddstr13> large font, bold, italic, yellow on blue, fixed width text
[13:29] <pc1pcl-qrl_> me too, it's not my site, though ;). Some people might think it is appropriate for teh subject..
[13:30] <fsphil> there are occasionally balloons that use 10m :)
[13:30] <pc1pcl-qrl_> http://www.qsl.net/g4hbt/wefax.htm <-- looks like all that stuff is a little to low frequency for you.
[13:30] <Oddstr13> I can understand the usage of such horrible design in SSTV and such, but webpages? q_q
[13:31] <Oddstr13> yea, that's in the SW broadcast bands
[13:31] <Oddstr13> if it's AM, I might be able to get it
[13:33] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Those weatherfaxes are in SSB, also there's rtty bulletins.
[13:34] <pc1pcl-qrl_> (actually I guess the weather fax is more of a frequency modulation, but you'd set the radio to SSB to receive them via fldigi)
[13:34] <Oddstr13> I have received RTTY with my AM radio actually
[13:34] <pc1pcl-qrl_> some Hell Schreiber frequency listed on http://www.nonstopsystems.com/radio/hellschreiber-frequencies.htm might work for you. Actually never tried it myself.
[13:37] <pc1pcl-qrl_> https://sites.google.com/site/feldhellclub/Home/feld-hell-faq also seems like a nice explanation of the mode and where to listen for it.
[13:39] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2002%3a39%3a11%20PM.png found some excellent signal strength USB
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[13:41] <pc1pcl> VA3GA CQ UAB on 28.585
[13:44] <Oddstr13> I don't see anything on that frequency
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[13:44] <pc1pcl> Gunther from toronto, can't hear the other side of the conversation, but VA station load and clear in NL and I guess in UK to, as he's now talking to a Geoff or Jeff with an M call.
[13:45] <Oddstr13> yea, I'm just getting half the conversations too :P
[13:46] <pc1pcl> probably beacuase they'll be using directional antennas, or at least the radiation pattern doesn't come back down in 'our' location.
[13:48] <Oddstr13> 28.508600
[13:49] <pc1pcl> I can hear that one too, at least one side of the QSO.
[13:50] <pc1pcl> sounds better at 28.5085 for me, and I guess that's what they're aiming at, so might need to adjust the frequncy correction slightly :)
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[13:51] <Oddstr13> well, just 100Hz off isn't too bad for this cheap thing :P
[13:52] <Oddstr13> allready at 38ppm frequency correction tho, not sure if i'm able to get it more accurate
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[13:53] <pc1pcl> It might need some sort of non-linear correction, but seems it's good enough anyway :)
[13:53] <Oddstr13> I hear a really weak signal at that frequency
[13:53] <Oddstr13> sounds like someone are calling CQ
[13:54] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2002%3a54%3a08%20PM.png
[13:54] <pc1pcl> Yeah same here, I guess earlier we had the returning station coming in loudly.
[13:55] <Oddstr13> I think he's at about 28.570400 now
[13:55] <Oddstr13> waterfall looks the same anyway
[13:56] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2002%3a55%3a59%20PM.png
[13:56] <pc1pcl> also some signals on 28.495 , either a busy room or maybe several stations ;)
[13:58] <pc1pcl> 28.457 RX6AM calling north america, so chance to hear both sides of the conversation
[13:59] <Oddstr13> that's a rather weak signal for me tho
[14:00] <Oddstr13> just one side on that one too
[14:00] <pc1pcl> the RX6 station is S7-9 here, other stations vary of course.
[14:02] <Oddstr13> man I wish gqrx had noise filtering
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[14:03] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot%20-%2012012014%20-%2003%3a02%3a45%20PM.png
[14:03] <pc1pcl> Ah yes using an ts480 here with the Noise reduction usually on
[14:03] <Oddstr13> sorry, copy failed
[14:04] <Oddstr13> Firefox please...
[14:04] <Oddstr13> *sigh* It refuses to use the clipboard again :/
[14:05] <Oddstr13> http://satomi.openshell.no/tmp/Screenshot - 12012014 - 03%3a02%3a45 PM.png there we go
[14:05] <Oddstr13> ... or not
[14:05] <pc1pcl> all those regular peaks (in hte copy mistake) are not real, I guess?
[14:06] <Oddstr13> yea, that's noise, it's all over the place
[14:06] <Oddstr13> not quite sure what's the source tho
[14:07] <pc1pcl> usb port / computer itself I guess.
[14:07] <Oddstr13> could be from the computer, the dongle itself, or even other computer gear nearby
[14:10] <Oddstr13> some of it is from my Pi's ethernet cable it seems
[14:11] <Oddstr13> lemme go unplug one of the wifi routers really quick
[14:11] <fsphil> latest fldigi release has "RTTY - Fixed decoder for baud rate > 110"
[14:11] <fsphil> wonder what that's about
[14:11] <fsphil> the last time I tried the newer fldigi's the rtty decoder was horrible
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[14:13] <pc1pcl-qrl_> anything in the release notes about what changed?
[14:16] <Oddstr13> ... Firefox's clipboard is stuck, but on the next screenshot there you can see some of the lines disappear when I unplug the Pi's ethernet cable
[14:20] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Well, found one source of QRM then ;)
[14:21] <Geoff-G8DHE> fsphil, which version is that ?
[14:21] <fsphil> Geoff-G8DHE: 3.22.02
[14:22] <fsphil> worth testing to see if it's improved
[14:22] <Geoff-G8DHE> Oh right just says Maintenance release here
[14:23] Nick change: Scorpia_ -> scorpia
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[14:30] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Oddstr13: One of my google's turned up http://data.w6rk.com/ which has digital modes spotted on HF, seems some of them are on 15, 12 ,10 m and might be hearable for you too.
[14:31] <Oddstr13> well, 10m seems to be fading rapidly as daylight disappears :/
[14:32] <Oddstr13> but, yea, i've seen both BPSK and RTTY on the 12m
[14:32] <Oddstr13> fldigi dosn't seem happy with me today however..
[14:33] <mfa298> fsphil: maybe someone actually looked at the code rather than fiddling with numbers with a well that sounds better approach
[14:33] <Oddstr13> oh, look, it's actually decoding CW now, I'm impressed :P
[14:34] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Ah yes, it would be getting dark already further north.
[14:34] <amell> worst case  hysplit for b-64 takes it over korea this evening.
[14:36] <Oddstr13> pc1pcl-qrl_: I'm seeing RX6 on 20.0245 CW
[14:37] <Oddstr13> I'm in USB mode, so frequency is a bit off if you're in cw mode I guess
[14:38] <pc1pcl-qrl_> Not in the shack at the moment, using a tapemeasure as improv. antenna and yaesu portable transceiver to try and hear that, but not much luck..
[14:39] <Oddstr13> he seems to be moving up in frequency slowly
[14:40] <Oddstr13> just the callsign atm
[14:40] <Oddstr13> "RX6A M A M RX6A M RX6A M"
[14:44] <Oddstr13> seeing just a single CW station right now, and it's very fady :/
[14:51] <Oddstr13> pc1pcl-qrl_: found this page while browsing aroundhttp://hamspots.net/
[14:52] <Geoff-G8DHE> http://www.rtl-sdr.com/airspy-sensitivity-measurements-hf-performance/
[14:52] <pc1pcl-qrl_> bookmarked hamspots..
[14:57] <fsphil> mfa298: hope so
[14:58] <fsphil> though a replacement would be better
[14:58] <fsphil> I don't think anyone has the time atm
[15:08] <amell> fsphil: i can confirm its 3.08pm here.
[15:10] <fsphil> new that was coming :p
[15:11] <mfa298> well amell obviously has the time. maybe we'll see an alternative decoder soon ...
[15:12] <amell> looking forward to the orion test on thursday.
[15:13] <edmoore> that's a no then
[15:13] <amell> 60 percent chance of favourable conditions due to weather :(
[15:15] <fsphil> japan's second astroid mission is this week too
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[15:17] <fsphil> they're going all Michael Bay with this one, dropping an explosive on the surface
[15:19] <mattbrejza> so instead of going to the astroid themselves by landing on it (like philae), theyre bringing the astroid to them by blowing it up and seeing what comes their way?
[15:19] <fsphil> I think they still plan on landing and collecting what the explosive uncovers
[15:20] <fsphil> oh there's also a separate lander
[15:20] <fsphil> and a deployable camera
[15:20] <fsphil> they're going all out
[15:22] <mattbrejza> somewhat less noise about this one compared to philae
[15:22] <fsphil> hmm.. another site is saying "three mini rovers"
[15:25] <fsphil> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n57_UmNH62I
[15:25] <fsphil> awful music
[15:26] <fsphil> love how it moves about
[15:27] <fsphil> no harpoons either
[15:27] <mattbrejza> thats just lobbed on the surface
[15:27] <fsphil> yea!
[15:29] <fsphil> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pyqmLfGZ-IE
[15:29] <fsphil> also awful music
[15:33] <mattbrejza> thats a different one?
[15:34] <mattbrejza> or its just launching
[15:38] <fsphil> same probe. suppose to launch on wednesday
[15:39] <mattbrejza> so it sends some sensors to the surface, blows up a little crater, and then itself lands in the crater and takes off again
[15:39] <fsphil> so it seems to carry the explosive, a separate camera it releases to watch that, three rovers and a german borg cube that hops around
[15:41] <SpeedEvil> To bring this sort-of-on-topic - it's a shame that there are no battries that work well that cold
[15:41] <SpeedEvil> they'd be ideal for HABing
[15:41] <edmoore> RTGs
[15:41] <edmoore> should leo feel like not paying for his flight back to russia, he could use one
[15:42] <SpeedEvil> :)
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[15:48] <lz1dev> !aprs list-bal 3
[15:48] <SpacenearUS> 03lz1dev: Recent balloons: BV5AC-11, F6IPO-11, SQ5AZK, SV1BYK-7, PU5PEP-11, PY5LF-11, SQ5NWI-14, SP5RZP-11, EA3IK-11, ED1ZAR-11, XE1TRY-11, OZ5DZL, DH7WX-1, PY4ZBZ-11, EA5DOM-11
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[16:30] <Guest75405> Can someone approve 2252b68342ff35a4e91aff07a20bfc58 ?
[16:31] <adamgreig> really #habhub is the place to ask
[16:31] <adamgreig> though tbh lz1dev we could probably have it listen here too?
[16:40] <lz1dev> adamgreig: no need to spam here
[16:40] <adamgreig> I guess we have plenty of bot activity as is :P
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[17:21] Action: arjunnaha is waiting patiently for my Space for All results - I HATE WAITING!!!
[17:21] <edmoore> arjunnaha, is that the esero thing?
[17:22] <arjunnaha> edmoore: It's administered by the UK Space Agency - https://www.gov.uk/apply-for-funding-academic-community-and-educational#space-for-all---community-funding-scheme
[17:23] <edmoore> what have you entered?
[17:23] <arjunnaha> From the UK SA website - "This is a competitive process which offers small grants (up to a maximum of £5,000 for each award) to groups ready to present the UKs space programme and stimulate the use of space in inspiration and learning. The scheme contributes to a goal in the current UK space strategy to increase awareness of the UKs space programme and of the role that space plays in everyday life."
[17:24] <edmoore> yes i read it
[17:24] <edmoore> i was wondering what you've entered :)
[17:24] <arjunnaha> oh
[17:24] <arjunnaha> sorry
[17:24] <arjunnaha> I entered a hab project ;-D
[17:24] <edmoore> ah right
[17:24] <arjunnaha> For a school in Reading
[17:25] <edmoore> i guess i should have realised given this channel
[17:25] <arjunnaha> yep
[17:25] <edmoore> though could have been a rocket of course!
[17:26] <adamgreig> not reading school, incidentally?
[17:26] <arjunnaha> Of course!
[17:26] <adamgreig> haha snap
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[17:26] <arjunnaha> not reading school, the forest school
[17:26] <adamgreig> ah cool
[17:26] <adamgreig> was going to say, if it was reading school there's hab precedent from years back there :P
[17:26] <arjunnaha> you based in reading?
[17:26] <adamgreig> nope
[17:27] <adamgreig> but a few people here were
[17:27] <edmoore> school motto: burn after reading
[17:28] <edmoore> it probably isn't actually, is it
[17:29] <arjunnaha> Floreat Redingensis (Latin: May Reading [School] flourish)
[17:32] <edmoore> i prefer mine
[17:32] <arjunnaha> lol
[17:33] <edmoore> well good luck
[17:33] <edmoore> when are the grants announced?
[17:34] <arjunnaha> they are supposed to be announced today, but to no avail
[17:34] Action: Oddstr13 messes around with the gqrx-git pkgbuild
[17:35] <edmoore> i hope there are some rocket things in there too
[17:36] <arjunnaha> probably will be, its open to anyone with audited accounts (schools, companies, not-for-profits...)
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[17:53] <FuzzyLemon> Hi. Please can someone approve this flight doc: 2252b68342ff35a4e91aff07a2199c63
[17:53] <FuzzyLemon> planning to launch on thursday
[17:54] <Oddstr13> FuzzyLemon: #habhub is the place for that
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[18:00] <daveake> It's a has-B-een
[18:00] <daveake> fame is so fleeting
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[18:09] <gonzo_> LEO CAN GET BACK TO BUNGING UP A FEW MORE EASH WEEK
[18:09] <gonzo_> shhh
[18:13] <Oddstr13> !whereis B-64
[18:13] <SpacenearUS> 03Oddstr13: 03B-64 was over 03South, Iceland 10(64.1198,-19.0706) at 0312451 meters about 038 days ago
[18:13] <daveake> excellent point gonzo
[18:13] <daveake> I SAID ... :p
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[18:46] <tweetBot> @stratodean: A year ago today, we did this!: http://t.co/teRlRjhawg #santasleightest #ukhas
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[18:50] <Lunar_Lander> hello
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[19:03] <mclane_> hello everybody
[19:04] <mclane_> these aether balloons mess up the whole snus site
[19:05] <lz1dev> mclane_: have you tried the mobile tracker?
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[19:06] <mclane_> even worse..
[19:06] <mclane_> need to set the filters
[19:06] <lz1dev> worse how?
[19:07] <mclane_> on the mobile tracker you also have all the tracks from b64
[19:08] <mclane_> which are separated on snus
[19:08] <lz1dev> i fear you are getting an old version of the site
[19:08] <lz1dev> you are probably using firefox ?
[19:09] <mclane_> yes: where do I find the new version?
[19:09] <lz1dev> it's a bug with firefox, caching the old version and refusing to update
[19:10] <lz1dev> go to options -> advanced -> network -> offline web content -> clear now
[19:10] <lz1dev> and also remove habitat.habuhb.org from the list bellow
[19:11] <lz1dev> then reload the site
[19:12] <mclane_> ah - ok - thanks for the hint!
[19:12] <mclane_> now its clean ;-)
[19:12] <lz1dev> notice the top right corner of the map
[19:13] <mclane_> ah - good feature
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[19:18] <SpacenearUS> New position from 03PI_SKY_PLUS after 032 days silence - 12http://habhub.org/mt/?focus=PI_SKY_PLUS
[19:19] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03PYSY - 12http://habhub.org/mt/?focus=PYSY
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[19:22] <kobold> is a lna4all suitable together with a rtl-sdr to track a balloon
[19:24] <mclane_> I would go for the habamp from upu
[19:24] <mclane_> it has a saw filter in addition
[19:26] <mclane_> which filters out all out-of band disturbers
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[19:54] <Upu> ta mclane_ :)
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[19:54] <mclane_> ta = ? :)
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[19:57] <Upu> = thanks
[19:57] <mclane_> ah ok
[19:57] <mclane_> you #re welcome ;-)
[19:57] <mclane_> are
[19:58] <Oddstr13> "Frekvenser i det elektromagnetiske frekvensspektret under 8,3 kHz og over 3000 GHz tillates brukt på vilkår at en ikke forstyrrer annen lovlig frekvensbruk."
[19:58] <Oddstr13> wait, what?
[20:01] <Oddstr13> that means I can potentialy send on the 40m band without a license..
[20:02] Action: Oddstr13 goes to read the rest of the law document
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[20:05] <SA6BSS> OBS 8,3Khz 4
[20:05] <SA6BSS> 40m band is 7Mhz
[20:06] <Oddstr13> below 8.3 kHz and above 3000 GHz
[20:08] <SA6BSS> 8.3 khz is 36000m band
[20:08] <Oddstr13> derp
[20:09] <SA6BSS> 7khx 43000m band :)
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[20:10] <Oddstr13> only if you're a sub i guess
[20:10] <SA6BSS> no, you can transmit on that freq, You then just put a antenna in mic scócket and start recieving
[20:11] <SA6BSS> I have done that on grimeton 17.2khz transmitter in Varberg
[20:11] <Oddstr13> fun
[20:12] <Oddstr13> ... not gona make a halfwave antenna for that tho.
[20:12] <SA6BSS> there is some of qrss transmitters on those band
[20:12] <SA6BSS> hehe, nop
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[20:31] <Oddstr13> I can transmit in the 26.960-27.410MHz band (CB) with SSB, at 12W e.r.p. however
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[20:31] <fsphil> anyone got fswebcam and a non-english locale test something for me?
[20:32] <Oddstr13> yes and no... why would i ever use a non-english locale? :P
[20:32] <fsphil> I know right!
[20:33] <fsphil> PM as it's OT :)
[20:33] <Oddstr13> translations are weird, and it's hard to get support and find follow tutorials & other instructions
[20:35] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03PS - 12http://habhub.org/mt/?focus=PS
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[21:00] <SpacenearUS> New vehicle on the map: 03PS - 12http://habhub.org/mt/?focus=PS
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[21:40] <jarod> http://www.hotforum.nl/forum/punt540groep/577996/flight-kl9866-pa0sny-am-dinsdag-21214/
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[22:33] <jcoxon> could it be the end of B-64?
[22:33] <adamgreig> !ping b-64
[22:33] <SpacenearUS> 03adamgreig: Last contact with 03B-64 was 038 days ago
[22:33] <adamgreig> :(
[22:34] <adamgreig> SUSPICIOUS
[22:34] <adamgreig> leo was b-64 all along?
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[22:49] <lz1dev> adamgreig> leo was b-64 all along?
[22:49] <lz1dev> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1Y73sPHKxw
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