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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

The radio sport of moon bouncing

Moon bouncing--sending ham radio signals to the moon and back--is a big story for The Anchorage Daily News, based in an area far more attuned to atmospheric signals. The article quotes Allen Katz, 63, a professor of electronic engineering at The College of New Jersey, calling moon bouncing a "technology sport." "People do it for the challenge," Katz said. "Why do people climb Mount McKinley? Because it's difficult."


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