CAMRAS

picture of the antenna 70cm EME signals recorded using the 25 m dish in Dwingeloo.

Currently, there is no live reception. Instead, we're playing a recording made during the EME activation of the 300m Arecibo dish during the Echoes of Apollo project. This recording was made on April 17, 2010, around 19:00 UTC, on 70 cm.

We're also playing a recording made during the 2009 EoA project. This recording (made on 23 cm) includes a QSO between PI9CAM (that's the callsign we use at the Dwingeloo dish when transmitting) and HB9MOON, around 1296.040 MHz.

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