The school took it to the next level as they gathered in the Capitol Theatre to talk to astronaut Kjell Lindgren aboard the International Space Station.
AMSAT Vice President for Engineering Jerry Buxton, N0JY, will be part of a NASA TV prelaunch panel on October 7 at 1800 UTC. The Fox-1A Amateur Radio FM transponder CubeSat will be among 13 CubeSats flying as secondary payloads on the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) NROL-55 mission, scheduled to launch on an Atlas V rocket on Thursday, October 8, from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
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Convoys of emergency vehicles will wind their way through Birmingham beginning early Saturday morning to move more than 100 patients from Trinity Hospital to Grandview Medical Center in one of the most massive public safety efforts in recent memory.
Dayton Hamvention General Chairman Jim Tiderman, N8IDS, is downplaying talk arising from an October 2 television news report and a more extensive and detailed October 3 Dayton Daily News article, that Hamvention might move from Hara Arena as early as next year. Tiderman characterized the reports “all speculation and rumor.”
The continuing fear that Dayton Hamvention could relocate from Hara Arena, the site the destination for amateur radio has called home since 1964, has Trotwood and Dayton area officials working to keep the event in the region.
The fear is so real, the Dayton/Montgomery County Convention & Visitors Bureau has been working with city of Dayton staffers on a plan to ensure the world’s largest gathering of amateur radio enthusiasts remains in Montgomery County if relocation is necessary because of the arena’s financial problems.