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NASA Experiment in less than 20 mins...

Richard G7EIX
Richard G7EIX Richard - EnglishmaninNCMember ✭✭
edited February 2017 in New Ideas
Before we moved from Texas the wife worked at NASA JSC. She just tapped me on the shoulder and reminded me about this... If you hurry, you can probably get involved. Test out those GPS stabilized 6000's! http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/hijuno/
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  • Robert -- N5IKD
    Robert -- N5IKD Member ✭✭
    edited March 2015
    I wish I had known about this before I went to lunch today. When SmartSDR gets connected to the Internet I will be able to participate in something like this even while away from the house.
  • K6OZY
    K6OZY Member ✭✭
    edited February 2017
    It's pretty crazy... tons of people participating. The Flex 6700 lets you see them all!
  • Steve-N5AC
    Steve-N5AC Community Manager admin
    edited February 2017
    Same here in Austin -- gobs of people participating that are visible... but some need better time references ;-) Eric and I saw folks that were 5-10 seconds off.
  • K6OZY
    K6OZY Member ✭✭
    edited February 2017
    LOL... at least I was EXACTLY on frequency.. many were off too.. sounded like a dying cat.

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