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 :
Venus falls into the Sun !
NG0E: VHF propagation
Where is the ISS ?
- RT:@mikko: Specifications for the NSA Utah data center: fbo.gov/utils/view?id=… [PPT] /by US Army Corps of Engineers 1 year ago
- PRISM perspective from davesieg.com/?p=270 /;^| 1 year ago
- RT:@wb5rmg:#satifying;listening to my PinkFloyd/LedZep channel @Pandora with my 16yo daughter:"Can we turn it up some more?" /;^) 1 year ago
- Special Event Station planned for the Test Flight of the Orion Spacecraft 2014 1107We are planning to run a brief Special Event Station to commemorate the first test flight of the Orion spacecraft. As of this writing, the scheduled launch date is December 4, 2014. It is possible the flight could be delayed. … Continue reading →
- QRP ops on Monte Sano – “Summits on the Air” JT65 Activation, April 2014 2014 1101By Gary WA2JQZ, with Rob KB5EZ. On a nice Saturday last April (2014), Rob KB5EZ, Kalen KK4KLT, and I WA2JQZ met at Monte Sano State Park to operate a portable, digital QRP ham radio station. We set up and operated a … Continue reading →
- Hexagonal Beam Antenna Presentation by Rob Conklin N4WGY 2014 1015At our last meeting earlier this month, we were treated to an excellent talk about Hexagonal Beam antennas, or Hex Beams, by Rob Conklin N4WGY. Rob is a local ham, a mechanical engineer, and a home brewer. He introduced to … Continue reading →
- 6 meters opening to South America 2014 1006At the end of the work day last Friday, I noticed DXmaps showed 6 meters QSOs from the southeast U.S. to Latin America. And so as soon as I finished work, I went to the club station to see for myself. I heard … Continue reading →
- Special Event Station planned for the Test Flight of the Orion Spacecraft 2014 1107