Not really forgotten, but it wasn’t in recent memory either.
I found this link last year to the Landsat Viewer, and wanted to be sure it was still working before I visit Shelby’s science class next week to talk about satellites… Pretty cool. I grabbed a piece today from Continue reading
Upcoming activities :Feb MARC meeting
February 7, 2013
Venus falls into the Sun !
NG0E: VHF propagation
Where is the ISS ?
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- A good start for 2013 2013 0218On the heels of a successful January VHF contest, our club has voted to approve a new set of By Laws at our February meeting. These have been sent to the MSFC Exchange Council for their approval. I wanted to … Continue reading →
- Jan VHF Contest 2013 0120Wow, we had some serious fun yesterday… Neil, Marvin and I had a great time with the contest. (More fun today !) These are not like a DX pileup type contest, but once you work a station, you try to … Continue reading →
- 2012 in review 2012 1231The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 3,400 views in 2012. If every person who reached the … Continue reading →
- Simulated Emergency Test 2012 2012 1002It is that time of year again .!. Every year the ARRL‘s Amateur Radio Emergency Service conducts a test (SET) of their operational readiness and preparedness plans for managing a communications emergency. This year our test in Huntsville/Madison County Alabama … Continue reading →
- A good start for 2013 2013 0218