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Amateur Radio on the International Space Station – Space Pod 3/2/16

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Students all over the world are talking to the space station using amateur radio. TMRO correspondent Lisa Stojanovski discusses how schools can get involved, and how an Australian, Tony Hutchinson, is helping it all happen.

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  1. Jason Damisch on March 6, 2016 at 12:58 am

    Its nice to see a variety of helpers contributing to the show. Keep at it!

    Jason

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