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Hello all,
First the good news: I was able to pull in WCCO 830 AM in Minneapolis from my home here in metro Detroit for the first time. (That's approximately 540 miles.) I'm using Exray's version of a Hiker's set along with a loop antenna which is basically a hula-hoop with five turns of #22 magnet wire, a dual 365pf variable cap and one single turn of litz to inductively couple the set to the
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Hello everybody!

Has anyone thought about using the RSP2 for radio astronomy ?

I am currently setting up a 4.8 m dish for pulsar Observation and besides other receivers I would ike to use the RSP2 as well.

I know that this will be a very, very demanding task, however backed by a study of radio astronomy in the late 70ies and 35 yrs of experience in the space industry (physicist, phd.)
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In the evening on 27th(UT), Radio Meteor Observation in the world caught a possibility of lambda-Ursae Majorids activity.

This was analyzed and announced by Mr.Hirofumi Sugimoto (JPN).

Mr.Sowa reported an increase of meteor echoes to him first.
After that, Mr.Hirofumi analyzed radio meteor observations data in the world and caught a possibility of this meteor shower activity.

As hi
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recent by Karl Antier (admin)  ·  Nov 11 at 3:49 pm
This year RAMBo has recorded a strong Ursidi activity.
In the attached graphics you can see that the maximun has begun at 270,800 of solar longitude.
The first graphic shows the mass behaviour, the second one (red) shows the Hourly Rate.
More informations on our web site
www.ramboms.com

Lorenzo Barbieri



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recent by Michel Vandeputte  ·  Feb 23 at 7:40 am
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