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Space Station Slow Scan TV Event Feb 15-17

ARISS is planning another of their popular Slow Scan Television (SSTV) experiment events from the International Space Station on February 15-17
Foundations of Amateur Radio #193

Modern Tools for a Modern Hobby - The hobby we call amateur radio is enormous. One amateur called it a thousand hobbies in one and that just about sums it up for me. Being bored inside this hobby is not an option, because there is just so much to do and see
Radio Ham lone yachtswoman

At 16:33 GMT on 14th February 2019, radio ham Jeanne Socrates, VE0JS reached another milestone that no other seventy-year olds have. The 76-year old passed the longitude of Cape Agulhas 20°00´E, in her yacht SV Nereida. She never saw the most southern tip of Africa, 330 miles to the North, as she ploughed on towards Australia and New Zealand
SSO-A Solar Sails deployed - may be visible to naked eye

The solar sails on the SSO-A mission 'Free Flyer' deployers, launched December 3, 2018 with many amateur radio satellites, are believed to have deployed and may now be quite bright to the naked eye
Essex Skills Night Monday

Skills Night takes place at 7pm on Monday, February 18 in Danbury Village Hall, Essex, this free event is open to all. Hosted by the Chelmsford Amateur Radio Society Training Team, Skills Nights are Inter-Club events attended by amateurs and SWL's from across Essex and beyond
Former Colorado Section Manager Tim Armagost, WB0TUB - SK

Former Colorado Section Manager Tim Armagost, WB0TUB, of Colorado, died on February 4 after a lengthy illness. An ARRL Life Member, he was 75
Big activity on the sun

Sunspot numbers remain very low as Solar Minimum continues. Nevertheless, there is some big activity on the sun today. Really big
DX News from the ARRL

The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity on the amateur radio bands
Tony's 10m Band Report

Yet another dull week with little to shout about. On Monday, an historic winter storm pounded Hawaii with hurricane force winds, massive waves, and snow in some unusual places. At the 10,023-foot summit of Maui's Haleakala volcano, many world-class telescopes were frozen solid
FCC invites comments on Amateur Radio-related Petition for Rule Making

The FCC has invited public comments on a Petition for Rule Making (RM-11826) from an Ohio radio amateur seeking to amend the Part 97 station identification rules to better accommodate and simplify station identification during an emergency net, drill, or activation
'Hello CQ, Hello CQ it's International Radio Day'

Pete Wood M7PNW writes in Design Spark about his journey from kid with a Walkie Talkie to Dad with a new hobby
VOA White House Bureau Chief to speak on 'Covering the White House and the World' at VOA Museum March 6

Steve Herman is a native Cincinnatian and attended elementary school here, but he’s traveled the world throughout his journalism career. Now the White House Bureau Chief for the Voice of America in Washington, D.C., Herman will speak on “Covering the White House and the World” on Weds, March 6
Radio hams to distribute radios

Radio amateurs in West Bengal planned to distribute radio sets free of charge on World Radio Day, February 13
Radio hams transfer Crypto Currency on 40m band

CryptoVibes reports amateur radio was used to send Bitcoin from Toronto to Michigan on 7.077 MHz using the digital mode JS8Call
The Space Weather Woman

The latest space weather forecast from Dr Tamitha Skov
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