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Echoes of Apollo - World Moon Bounce Day 2009 - Mt Pleasant Radio Telescope - Tasmania Australia

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Uploaded on Aug 28, 2009

The Echoes of Apollo program to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first moon walk included the World Moon Bounce or (EME) Day on 27th June 2009. Many EME station participated and a group of radio amateurs in Tasmania were able to use the 26m Mt Pleasant Radio Telescope located in Cambridge, Tasmania, Australia to communicate with stations around the world during the day. Many thanks to the University of Tasmania for the use of their dish.

Please note this is a YouTube summary of the complete 43m presentation which is available on DVD.

A short outline of the day can be found at: http://reast.asn.au/2009/20090705.pdf

The music excerpt used in the video is Franz Schubert Symphony #5 In B Flat, D 485 - 1. Allegro and the artist is Peter Maag and the Philharmonia Hungarica recorded in 1996 and is available on Quintessence Digital CDQ 2008 Intersound Inc.

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