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Seventh grade science class discovers Ham Radio (Missouri)
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The Hiawatha Amateur Radio Club was invited by Stuart Aller, the 7th grade science teacher at Hiawatha Middle School, to explain to his five science classes about amateur radio’s role in natural disasters and how amateurs use the properties of the ionosphere to refract high frequency signals around the earth.



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