The sight got me to thinking about Moon Bounce or Earth-Moon-Earth communications and I realised I did not really know too much about what is involved. So the Internet being my
I was a little put off by this line, that refers to an advanced station "Minimum power should be in the 800 to 1000 watt range" (no good, only allowed 400w in the UK) and because I don't do CW but it is all fascinating reading. The article is a few years old and I wonder if some of the newer low power digital modes such a WSPR and JT65 could be successfully used with a much more modest station than would be required for CW or SSB contact?
The moon in the composite image above was taken using my Canon D-400 using only a 300mm lens. The stars were added later, but the UFO is obviously real. Just call me Spooky Mulder.