Program 128 of VOA Radiogram

This Saturday's signal on 5745 kHz was extremely weak due to Geomagnetic Storms in Japan.


At NJ, It seems that the signal was skipped.
The following text was decoded at NJ.



Welcome to program 128 of VOA Radiogram from the Voice of
America.

I'm Kim Andrew Elliott in Washington.

Here is the lineup fr io h"s program, all in MFSK32rtroe tê
where noted:

1:36 Program preview (now)
2:50 Most distant galaxy seen from earth (orbit) 7:41 Boeing opens spaceship plant in Florida*
¸á Ë5 OlivþNev¢aekv}: China to far side of moon
18:27 Olivia 32e 000LetOllese text from VOA Chinese
23:41 MFSK32: Closing announcements*
28:21 Olivia a ³Üúi êiu fn schedule


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/vt News
September 10, 2015

Astronomers say they o have glimpsed the most distant galaxy
ever spottedieiaing conveal theori c0 k eF0Pey
universe say should not have been possible.

The galaxy, calleOeDrS8p7, is believed to be 13.2 billion yearssold, meaning it formed shortly afta.Eil
tz"g when the
universe was "a soup of charged partWteÜt þnht could
not be ±ansmitted.

In tIonKà‚yecee, "clouds of ne fral hydrogen atoms would
have abA(lid certain radiation emitted by young, newly forming
galaxies," according to a news release from California Institute
mªetogy, or Caltech. This would include the spectral
signature of hot hydrogen gas, known as the Lyman-alpha line,
which is a sign of new star formation.

Scientists believe it was not until around 380,00!¯.)
v d¶ eoht mssimi vRzfeeerse the cosmos, and between one half
billion and one billion yeaotFoeae n,ttt galaxies "turned
on" and m tJPiì neutral gases, but EGS8p7 may change that
theory.

Yet, despite the theories about light absorption, astro ÓOb÷i£r ´n 0roH use r,ift measurCÿabùnoe étsûE}ea
r f:t)t fiches and becomes rediyhiRrther it
travels, and redshift measurements are a common way to measure
the distance to galaxies.

Adi Zitrin, a NASA Hubble postdon al scholar in astronomy at
Caltech, says EGS8p7 may cause scientists to "revise the
elin ] for galaxy forml %dyq?arly universe.

"If you lookjcuhalaxies in the efnay univ swe, there is a
¾jeery64rogen that is not transparent to this
ÆYr," said Zitrin in a statement. "We expect that most of
the radiÅ tasžnlVgalaxy wouldooe Ç ete( by the hydrogen
i?m_ ]ervening spaceueet still, we see ¹r´ea phei¤ this
galaxy."

ûgke timeline of reionization ire3 ccording to Zitrin, a "major
key question" surrounding the earlA etiUPE2SttT7 may show
it did not happen uniformly around the univ wle úîhe galaxy we have observed, EGS8pçh wcisd is unusually
luminous, may be powered by a population of unusually hot stars,
and it m@ tpecial properties that enabled it to create 5]t½ble of ionized hytebhµTh earlier than is
possible
for more typical galaxies at these times," says Sirio Belli, a
Caltech graduate student who worked on the project.

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Boeing Opens Commercial Spaceship Plant in Florida

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CAPE CANAVERAL - Boeing took the wraps off an assembly plant on
September 4 for its first line of commercial spaceships, which NASA
plans to use to fly crews to the International Space Station,
officials said.

"ThisT x4n nin history that reflects a new era in human
spaceflight," Boeing Chief Executive Dennis Muilenburg said at aand opening ceremony at the Kennedy Space
Center.

Boeing's newly named CST-100 Starliner spaceships will be
prepared for flight in a processing hangar once used by NASA's
space shuttles. The capsule's debut test flight is targeted for
2017.

Starliners will fly from nearby Cape Canaveral Air Force Station
aboard Atlas 5 rockets, which are built and flown by United
Launch Alliance, a partnership of Lockheed Martin and Boeing.
wNtÚ5uatn ep to $4.2 billion for a Starliner test flight and
up to six missions to the stst ev. The U.S. space agency has a
similar contract with priePy owned SpaceEshich intends to
acce wn 'ene Eyeir $2.6 billion.

NASA previously contributed $621 million to Boeing and $545
million for SpaceX for capsule design and development.

Both Boeing's Starliner and SpaceX's Dragon capsules can carry
seven-member crews, r Ãow3 $rew and cargo, to and from the
station, a $100 billion laboratory that flies about 250 miles
(400 km) above Earth.

Muilenburg declined to say ´ lnme of itc hïmoney Boeing is
putting into the project, hzt saiJeNltimate success will
depend on customers beyond NASA.

Boeing already has agreements to provide space transportation
services for privately owned Bigelow Aerospace, which plans to
lease out space aboard its planned orbiting outposiRaj7sŸ ntific research and commercial programs. A
prototype otimruhabitat is scheduled to be launched and attachedehR ge
station by early 2016 for a two-year test flight.

Boeing's refurment of the retired space shuttle hangar was
partly financed by Florida, whicha“b has invested about ftbillion to luSqsaeSwCnies to the state.
LwaLEvn¼t kÓ, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos plans to be at Cape
Ca! bosat(eyitation to unveil a new M ntytP9oe
projenf=also backed by state aueÜlbBonomic development
agencies.

Bezos' „packompany, Blue Origin, is expected to announce plans
for a rocket manufactu plant in aiiuÏ dl 6z¼drneacent
to Kennedy Space Center. The company also plans to lease a
mothballed launch pad at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, state
and local officials familiar with the project said.

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Associated Press via voanews.com
September 09, 2015

BEIJING - China'+a/CQce program says it plans to attempt the
first-ever landing Jf@aJ -x" probe on the moon's far side.

Zou Yongliaogfjm the Chinese Academ; A"1Sciences' moon
exploration department told state broadcaster CCTV on Wednesday
that the Chang'e 4 mission is planned for some time before 2020.

Zou said the objective of the mission would be to study
geological conditions on the moon's fr ideB also known as the
dark side. Radio transmissions from Earth ar0 unable to reach the
far side, making it an excellent location to place a rad+o
~elescope for use by astronomers.

China's next lunaAmission is scheduled for 2017, when it will
attempt to land an unmanned spa]eKhip on the moon efore
returning to Earth with samples.

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did not hear
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did not hear
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no signal
UT in the Netherlands

K2SDR in NJ
5745 kHz at 0930 UTC on Sept 12

did not hear
17870 kHz at 1600 UTC on Sept 12

did not hear
5745 kHz at 0230 UTC on Sept 13

did not hear
15670 kHz at 1930 UTC on Sept 13


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