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Upcoming ARISS contact with Space Port Area Conference for Educators (SPACE), Kennedy Space Center, FL
An International Space Station school contact has been planned at the Space Port Area Conference for Educators (SPACE), Kennedy Space Center, FL with participating students from Burns Science and Technology Charter School in Oak Hill, FL. on 13 July
With only a few weeks to go to YOTA 2018 in South Africa, the SARL Events Team is hard at work to conclude preparations for a 7 day programme filled with a range of amateur radio related activities, excursions and lots of fun!
Announcing GET YOUR PARK ON! A new North America WWFF Park Event. Three WWFF countries have joined together for Get Your Park ON!, a North America WWFF parks event that coincides with Earth Science Week activities around the globe
The ARRL and Open Research Institute (Bruce Perens K6BP) are among those who have filed comments on FCC Docket No. 18-86 Streamlining Licensing Procedures for Small Satellites
NASA has selected six women and men to join the elite corps of flight directors who will lead mission control for a variety of new operations at the agency’s Johnson Space Center in Houston
On July 9, 2018, AMSAT filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission on their Notice of Proposed Rulemaking In the Matter of Streamlining Licensing Procedures for Small Satellites (International Bureau Docket #18-86)
IARU Region 1 Emergency Coordinator Greg Mossup G0DUB has posted a report on the Emergency Communications Meeting held at Friedrichshafen
On the heels of a new study showing that flight attendants have an elevated risk of cancer compared to the general population, Spaceweather.com and the students of Earth to Sky Calculus recently boarded a plane to New Zealand carrying an array of cosmic ray sensors
Tropical storm Chris is currently meandering off the Carolinas, but has a track for a direct hit on the Maritimes and Newfoundland for late Wednesday for the Maritimes and early Friday for Newfoundland. I will monitor its progress during the coming week and provide updates
Figures published by the BBC show more people are listen directly to World Service English via the internet than by any other method
The next CW Boot Camp takes place on 27 October at the 3rd Witham Scout and Guide HQ, rear of Spring Lodge Community Centre, Powers Hall End, Witham. Essex CM8 2HE
Congratulations to the University of Manitoba team, which earned First Place in this fourth offering of the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge!
The time has come for registration of each Scout Group for the largest Scouting event of the year. Registration can be done at the worldwide site
Phil M0DNY is planning to launch a balloon or two on Tuesday, July 10 from Goonhilly Earth Station on the Lizard in Cornwall, nearby to the Marconi Wireless Testing Station
With 300kW from Wittenberg via Vienna to North America On the occasion of WRTC 2018 RADIO DARC will broadcast two special programs
Entries for the 2018 International Lighthouse Lightship Weekend, ILLW, are on schedule with 250 being listed so far
In the late 19th century the Kingstown Regatta was a big annual social event in Dublin. Wireless telegraphy was in its infancy when in July 1898 the Dublin Express newspaper invited Marconi to set up a wireless station aboard the Flying Huntress anchored at the race finish line
The IEEE have published 'Measurement Methology and Results of Measurements of the Man-made Noise Floor on HF in The Netherlands'
In this episode, Martin M1MRB is joined by Martin Rothwell M0SGL, Matthew Nassau M0NJX and Ed Durrant DD5LP to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin M6BOY rounds up the news in brief and this episode’s feature is Network Radio
With only a few weeks to go to YOTA 2018 in South Africa, the SARL YOTA Events Team is hard at work to conclude preparations for a 7-day programme filled with a range of amateur radio related activities, excursions and lots of fun!