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NASA’s Mars Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) mission is on a 300-million-mile trip to Mars to study for the first time what lies deep beneath the surface of the Red Planet
A minor G1-class geomagnetic storm is in progress on May 5th as Earth enters a stream of fast-moving solar wind
In the news this week the Austravel Safety Net, the Friday Night Tech Net, something about French Renards, Ham College, a Homebrew club proposal and a brand new amateur club on Christmas Island
Hannes Coetzee, ZS6BZP, reports there have been no sunspots visible for approximately 60% of 2018
Seán EI7CD writes: Thank you for publishing in full our news release of 30 April regarding additional spectrum in EI. The analysis of the situation published in your issue of 1 May perhaps has caused some confusion and the following is an attempt to 'clarify' the situation
The creator of APRS Bob Bruninga WB4APR says "I don't want to be an alarmist, but we need the Hams with the proper knowledge to get involved in this disturbing news"
Preparation for an outing ... Previously I've talked about leaving your shack and setting up your station in a different location. I have my car configured as a mobile shack of sorts, that is, it's got a radio, an antenna mount and wiring to manage the location of the speaker, the head-unit and the microphone
The RSGB reports UK radio amateurs wishing to celebrate the royal wedding can apply for a Notice of Variation to do so
David Goldenberg W0DHG talks to Richard Bateman KD7BBC owner of HamStudy.org about the HamStudy product, a newly released set of mobile applications, and signalstuff.com
The ARRL Executive Committee minutes for the meeting held on April 21, 2018 are now available for download
Sunspots disappeared again this week, with a blank Sun on April 28, and continuing on every day since
The State of Nevada has once again publicly recognized the value of her amateur radio operators in the form of a Governors Proclamation issued on April 30th by Governor Brian Sandoval naming June 2018 as 'Amateur Radio Month in Nevada'
The ARRL report a radio amateur engaged in the Puerto Rico recovery is among the Hercules C-130 crash victims
In a world of Skype and FaceTime, a Kettering (Michigan) student and amateur satellite enthusiast Ruth Willet KM4LAO is bringing back the university amateur radio club
The Martello Tower Group in Essex are planning a new informal monthly get together and everyone is welcome to attend, no matter what aspect of radio you are interested in
Dave, WJ2O, has announced his plans to activate a few islands in the Pacific before and after he joins the KH1/NH7Z Baker Island DXpedition
The ARRL Web page reports: Logbook of The World (LoTW) now has a full-time status monitor
Rick NE8Z/HC1MD is on a European tour until June 6th. Activity will be on all bands using CW, SSB and FT8
Ages ago, making a custom circuit board was hard. Either you had to go buy some traces at Radio Shack, or you spent a boatload of money talking to a board house. Now, PCBs are so cheap, I’m considering tiling my bathroom with them
The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity on the amateur radio bands