Oct 022013

NASA is inviting Amateur Radio operators from around the world to say “HI” to their Juno spacecraft as it flies past Earth on October 9, on its way to Jupiter. Juno’s radio and plasma wave experiment, called Waves, should be able to detect a coordinated HF Morse code message if enough people send it. If you do participate and would like to receive a QSL card, just send an email to <juno_outreach@jpl.nasa.gov> with your call sign and mailing address. More information about the experiment can be found at <http://tinyurl.com/pz2f7nu>.

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