The Juno spacecraft is headed for Jupiter. (NASA image)
Hams around the
world made coordinated transmissions last fall on 10 meters, sending
"HI" in very slow Morse code to the sensors on the Juno spacecraft as
it swung past Earth for a gravity boost on its journey to Jupiter. A video on
the activity has been produced by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and is
available on YouTube at <http://bit.ly/18PeGcI>. A more detailed article
on the activity is planned for the March issue of CQ Plus.