First Amateur Radio Station Transmits from Moon
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) recently landed two small probes, LEV-1 and LEV-2, on the surface of the moon. LEV-1 is transmitting Morse Code on 437.41 MHz utilizing the JS1YMG callsign provided by the JAXA Ham Radio Club (JHRC).
Information about decoding the LEV-1 signal has been established by Daniel Estévez (EA4GPZ / M0HXM).
Source: AMSAT open_in_new
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