Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1903 January 31 2014

  • Two hams in Europe monitor the Rosetta spacecraft over a 500 million path
  • Severe weather forces the  cancellation of ARISS contact
  • Some new propagation forecasts for the current solar cycle
  • Cuba gives hams access to 5 MHz but with strings attached
  • Ham radio and Facebook team up to find a sailor out of touch with his family
  • A permanent makeover for the FCC’s home website page


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