Program 134 of VOA Radiogram

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It seems that the signal of Saturday's 5745 kHz was stronger than that of last week, but Over The Horizon Radar's one was much stronger than it.

The reception status via UT in the Netherlands is as follows.
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Cassini Explores North Pole Area of Saturn's Moon Enceladus

Rick Pantaleo
VOA Science World Blog
October 16, 2015

NASA's Cassini spacecraft has been sending back spectacular
images and providing scientists with valuable data about the
Saturn and its many moons since its arrival there in 2004.

On October 14th, Cassini returned to Saturn's ice-covered and 6th
largest moon Enceladus, the latest of many trips since 2005.

This time, the spacecraft sent back high resolution images of the
moon's northern region.

The scientists were quite surprised by what they saw.

Based on images taken by the 1970's Voyager Mission, they thought
the region would be heavily cratered.

NASA says Enceladus' northern landscape is crisscrossed by a
spidery web of delicately-thin cracks that have cut through its

The Cassini is set to do its closest flyby of the moon's southern
polar region on October 28th and will make its final targeted
pass of Enceladus on December 19th. NASA says that the Cassini
Mission is scheduled to end in 2017.

See also:

Image: On October 14, NASA's Cassini spacecraft captured this
image of the north pole of Enceladus ...

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Study: Heavy Rainfall Favors Grass Over Trees

VOA News
October 19, 2015

Rain should be good for trees, scientists thought. But Africa^m
sa_[|hs — rolling grasslands with heavy rainfalls and spells of
drought — do not have many trees.

Princeton University researchers have an explanation: the way
grasses absorb and use water gives them a competitive edge over

In a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy
of Sciences, they point out grasses can quickly absorb water to
support photosynthesis and rapid growth, but trees, with tougher
leaves and roots, are not as efficient in taking advantage of
abundant water.

Treq(p a'<fTnd droughts better than grasses, but in a future
that is predicted to be warmer and much wetter, the authors
predict even fewer trees on the savanna. That could be good for
grazers and other herbivores, but worse for birds and other
wildlife that depend on trees. It could also reduce the amount of
CO2 pulled from the atmosphere.

The Princeton researchers developed a mathematical model to mimic
how trees and grasses photosynthesize and absorb water, and
factored in rainfall numbers from observations across the savanna
to come up with their conclusions. First author Xiangtao Xu said
the model could heA unities make better policies and
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Saitama, Japan

5745 kHz at 0930 UTC on Oct 24

UT in the Netherlands
17870 kHz at 1600 UTC on Oct 24

did not hear
5745 kHz at 0230 UTC on Oct 25

did not hear
15670 kHz at 1930 UTC on Oct 25

Before RSID: <<2015-10-24T17:11Z MFSK-32 @ 1499>>

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effective 31 October 2015
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