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September 16, 2010Editor: S. Khrystyne Keane, K1SFA
+ Public Service: Get Ready for the 2010 Simulated Emergency Test
+ Amateur Radio in the Classroom: QST Article Sparks New University Program
Barr quickly got to thinking. He showed the article to his supervisor, Dr Shaukat Goderya, the Director of the Astronomy Education and Research Program at TSU. Barr and Goderya began brainstorming on how they could do something like that in the department. And thus began the latest research program in radio astronomy for the Tarleton Observatory. Read more here.
+ Regulatory: New York Judge Declares Amateur Radio Is Not a Cell Phone
On the Air: Sponsor a Plaque for ARRL Sweepstakes
+ On the Air: USA to Host 2014 World Radiosport Team Championship
Besides athletics, the Goodwill Games focused on areas of cultural exchange, arts and other unique subjects, one of these being Amateur Radio -- and WRTC was born. Radio amateurs from around the world gathered in Seattle for an Olympic-style event, joining in competition and camaraderie. In 1996, WRTC moved to San Francisco, then Slovenia in 2000, Finland in 2002, Brazil in 2006 and Russia in 2010. Now 18 years later, WRTC returns to the USA. Read more here.
On the Web: Interact with Other ARRL Members -- Add Your Profile to the Web Site
One of the features on the new ARRL Web site is Member Profile. You can post a list of your favorite Amateur Radio activities, as well as a description of how you got involved with Amateur Radio here. How your profile appears is under your control -- you can make your full profile available to all other ARRL members, or you can choose to hide certain information.
Adding your profile is simple: Log in to the ARRL Web site, click on "Edit your Profile" link and select the "Edit Profile" screen.
+ Solar Update
+ Silent Key: ARRL Honorary Vice President Hugh Turnbull, W3ABC (SK)
Support ARRL: ARRL to Again Participate in Combined Federal Campaign
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