Want a New Hobby? How to Listen to Far-Off Radio Signals

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It’s the cheapest radio hobby you can have. You can do it with your kids. You can search and discover other far-off stations from your own backyard. And being in a city on the coast makes it all the easier to find new stations. Robert Cruz, Planetarium Assistant Operations Manager at the Museum (and part-time ham radio geek), can tell you all about how to do this on Instructables, a site where anyone can write and share how-to instructions for all kinds of things. Try it here!

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