Big Island ARRL News, 21 November 2017, 0635 UTC, Post #378.
Reporter: Nate Frissell (W2NAF) and the Ham Radio Now support team.
Accessed on 21 November 2017, 0635 UTC.
Please click link to view article and to see the video (Ham Radio Now, episode 368).
In episode #368 of Ham Radio Now, Nate Frissell (W2NAF) and his team discuss the scientific work done by radio amateurs during the 2017 solar eclipse. According to Nate, the Eclipse QSO Party generated “lots of activity” during The Great American Eclipse of 2017. The event also produced valuable scientific data which are being analyzed by the team at Ham Radio Science Citizen Investigation (HamSci). The main discussion begins at 5:14 of the video.
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