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Ham Radio Dish and Stars

Bill's (K3JNZ/0) 50-foot-diameter ham radio dish antenna in Riverside, Iowa. It's used in "moonbounce" communications (2-way communication between distant locations by bouncing radio signals off the Moon), against a starry sky. The Double Cluster in Perseus is visible to the left of the top of the antenna.

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Taken on September 5, 2010