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Commemorative EME Transmission Set from Refurbished Dish on Project Diana Site
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Radio amateurs will attempt an Earth-Moon-Earth (EME, or moonbounce) transmission on January 10, using the 60 foot diameter TLM-18 dish on the former Project Diana site, now part of the InfoAge Science History Museum in New Jersey. This month’s event marks the 70th anniversary of Project Diana. It was on the InfoAge site, then a part of Fort Monmouth, that the US Army’s Project Diana team on January 10, 1946, first received radio signals bounced from the moon.


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