In retirement, Nobelist takes up moon bouncing

A lifelong amateur radio enthusiast, Joseph Taylor sends signals via the moon

RADIO REFLECTIONS  To send messages via the moon, ham radio operators send radio waves some 384,000 kilometers to the Earth’s natural satellite. The waves bounce and hopefully are received by a ham radio user somewhere else.

E. Otwell

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