April 28th 2008 was a successful day for the COMPASS one team. One year later we are happy to celebrate the
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all the people down on mother earth for a very successfully year. Many hams world wide joined the mission controll team in order to bring this mission to a success.
This is the core of this team.
We’re also very grateful for every single mail with telemetry data which reached us in the last 365 days. Unforgotten the recoverage of the battery in the late summer 2008 which was a world wide hamradio success.
The team has become a great community with a coverage from Hawaii, over the United States, Europe and Japan to Australia and New Zealand.
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