CAMRAS

picture of the antenna
tracking:  
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We have live signals from the 25 m dish in Dwingeloo here. See the current tracking information below the dish picture to see whether we're tracking the moon and the Chinese DSLWP moon satellite.
The 2m and 6m streams are from small yagi antennas for meteor scatter reflections.

These antennas are operated by CAMRAS.
Questions and comments can be sent to pa3fwm@websdr.org, and/or use the chatbox at the bottom of this page.

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