Amateur Radio Newsline™ Report 1930 - August 8 2014

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Amateur Radio Newsline™ report number 1930 with a release
date of August 8  2014 to follow in 5-4-3-2-1.

The following is a QST.  Targeted shortwave broadcasting may
soon come to an end in the United States; the ARRL issues an
update on the Amateur Radio Parity Act; a ham radio floater
balloon completes a trip around the world; students get
introduced to amateur radio in India and ham radio will
again celebrate Hollywood this September.  Find out the
details are on Amateur Radio Newsline report number 1930
coming your way right now.


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RADIO POLICY:  US COMMITTE FINDINGS CHALLENGE CONTINUING
SHORTWAVE BROADCASTS

Shortwave broadcasting using full carrier AM may be on its
way out in the United States.  Amateur Radio Newsline's
Skeeter Nash, N5ASH, is here with the details:

--

The United States Broadcasting Board of Governors has
released a specially prepared report assessing current and
projected use of shortwave radio.  This, as a platform for
targeted programming by U.S. international media.

According to the report, United States international media
must optimize delivery by audience and market.  While there
is still a critical need for shortwave in certain key
countries, but it is a medium of marginal and continuously
declining impact in most markets.  Even in countries with
currently significant levels of shortwave usage, audiences
will migrate to other platforms as they become more
accessible.

The report goes on to note Shortwave users generally have
viable alternative means of accessing content from the
United States.  As such, top target demographic audiences
are unlikely to use shortwave exclusively or at all.  It
also found no evidence that shortwave usage increases during
crises.  Rather, in these instances target audiences
continue to use their existing platforms or seek out anti-
censorship tools including online firewall circumvention,
private chat software, flash drives, and DVDs to access
content.

The report goes on to note that Shortwave transmission is a
relatively expensive platform to operate and maintain.  It
also says that Digital Shortwave such as Digital Radio
Mondiale is not likely to become an established mass media
distribution method in enough of the Broadcast Board of
Governors  current or future markets to justify the costs.
As such, the committee supports almost all of the shortwave
broadcast reductions previously approved by the Broadcasting
Board of Governors under sequestration and the
implementation of the Fiscal Year 2014 operating Plan.
However, given current situations in Ukraine and other
nearby states with large Russian-speaking populations, the
Committee recommends revising the Operating Plan and
ensuring that shortwave broadcasts to Russia and the
Caucasus be continued at current levels, subject to re-
evaluation during Fiscal Year 2016's budget formulation
processes.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Skeeter Nash, N5ASH,
reporting.

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The bottom line is that the Committee has recommended that
the Broadcasting Board of Governors take an aggressive
approach to reduce or eliminate shortwave broadcasts where
there is either minimal audience reach or the audience is
not one based on the Broadcasting Board of Governors support
of United States foreign policy.  The complete 44 page
report in PDF format can be downloaded at tinyurl.com/BBG-on-
shortwave.  (Southgate, Critical Distance Weblog, G0SFJ,
others)

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RADIO LAW:  ARRL ISSUE UPDATE ON HR 4969

The ARRL reports that early efforts on behalf of The Amateur
Radio Parity Act known in the House of Representatives as HR
4969 continues to grow.  This according to Dan Henderson,
N1ND, who is the League's Regulatory Information Manager.

In a statement, Henderson said that the organization is very
pleased with the initial response, but adds that the more
noise we make, the better our chances.

If enacted into law, HR 4969 would direct the FCC to extend
the reasonable accommodation protections to those amateurs
who are living in deed-restricted communities.  Known as
covenants, conditions and restrictions, these are the
prohibitions and limitations placed on properties by
builders or home-owner associations which prevent licensed
Amateurs from erecting even modest antennas.  HR.4969 would
ensure that every radio ham in the US, regardless of the
community they live in, would have the opportunity to
practice their avocation from their own homes without
breaking any rules or fear of reprisal.

According to Henderson, with Congress on break for the month
of August the League is encouraging its members to meet with
their representatives while they are home on break and urge
their support for HR 4969.  More is on the web at
tinyurl.com/parity-update-1   (ARRL)

**

HAM RADIO NEAR SPACE:  FLOATER BALLOON CIRCUMNAVIGATES THE
NORTHERN HEMISPHERE

A ham radio floater balloon carrying an amateur radio
payload has successfully circled the world's northern
hemisphere as we hear from Amateur Radio Newsline's Heather
Embee, KB3TZD:

--

It took some 19 days, but at about 16:30 GMT on Friday, July
31, the solar powered B-64 party balloon launched by Leo
Bodnar, M0XER crossed the 1 degree West longitude.  In doing
so it completed its circumnavigation of the northern
hemisphere.

After crossing the North Atlantic, it was first heard in
Greenland by Peter Thulesen, OX3XR, before coming in range
of the British Isles.  Oliver De Peyer, M6ODP, happened to
be visiting St Michael's Mount in Cornwall at the time.  He
used his Kenwood TH-F7E handheld to receive an APRS packet
from the balloon.

As the day progressed B-64 moved from just south of Cornwall
up the English Channel.  From there, hams and SWL's from
Manchester in the UK to Nantes in France were able to
receive the 10 milliwatt Contestia 64 by 1000 and APRS
signals on 434.500 MHz.

B-64 passed over the Isle of Wight and floated over Bognor
Regis and across Kent heading out into the North Sea near
Herne Bay.

As of Friday night, August 1st it was still flying and
transmitting.  If it's still afloat when you hear this
newscast you can track its whereabouts on-line at
spacenear.us and clicking on thee icon for B-64.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Heather Embee, KB3TZD,
reporting.

--

As previously reported, unlike their high altitude cousins
that can reach altitudes of over 120,000 feet, floater
balloons like B-64 are far smaller.  Most are those
silverized party balloons equipped with micro power ham
radio tracking gear and follow the jetstream at altitudes of
between 20,000 to 40,000 feet.  Leo Bodnar, M0XER, has
become one of ham radio's recognized experts in this field
with his latest success being the round the world flight of
B-64.  (ANS, Southgate)


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RESTRUCTURING:  ITALY ISSUES SPECTRUM CONSULTATION THAT MAY
IMPACT HAM RADIO

The Italian Ministry of Economic Development has announced a
public consultation on proposed changes to that nation's
radio frequency spectrum plan.  For ham radio, this includes
such items as incorporating the final acts of the 2012 World
Radiocommunications Conference and resolutions made by the
European Commission back in 2011.

Also being considered are decisions of the European
Conference of Postal and Telecommunications along with other
items to meet Italy's telecommunications needs.

A consultation in Europe is the equivalent of a Notice of
Proposed Rule Making here in the United Stats.  In the case
residents of Italy have until September 5th to file
comments.  (Southgate)

**

DX UP FRONT:  N7NG AND OH2BH TO LEAD UPCOMING HEARD ISLABD
DXPEDITION

Next years Heard Island DXpedition will definitely take
place.  This according to a press release on the VK0EK web
page that says that an informal agreement has been made with
Wayne Mills, N7NG, and Martti Laine, OH2BH, to lead the
Heard Island radio DXpedition team.

The release goes on to say that the duo will have complete
authority and responsibility to build the team, interface
with the DXing community, manage radio operations on Heard
Island, and other issues relating to the radio part of the
expedition.

Matters that concern the entire expedition planning such as
safety, scheduling, logistics, communications, facilities,
and finances will remain the responsibility of the
Expedition Leader, Robert Schmieder, KK6EK.  Schmieder is
the founder and Expedition Leader of Cordell Expeditions,
which is a nonprofit research group begun in 1977.

This latest operation will be centered on a scientific
expedition to Heard Island during the Austral summer of 2015
to 2016.  A formal agreement will be completed in the near
future that specifies the various roles and responsibilities
of all involved.  More information will be provided as it
becomes available and posted to the DXpedition web page at
VK0EK.org.  (OPDX, vk0ek.org, heardisland.org)

**

BREAK 1

Time for you to identify your station.  We are the Amateur
Radio Newsline, heard on bulletin stations around the world
including the Baton Rouge Amateur Radio Club repeater
serving Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

(5 sec pause here)


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RESCUE RADIO:  FEMA TO HOLD NEXT EAS TEST IN 2015

FEMA's Integrated Public Alert and Warning System Program
Management or Eye Paws Office is targeting late 2015 for
another national Emergency Alert System or EAS test.
Amateur Radio Newsline's Stephan Kinford, N8WB, reports:

--

Phase One of the planning for such a national Emergency
Activation System test has already occurred.  This, with the
bench testing of the transmission, encoding and decoding of
a Common Alerting Protocol EAS message with a National
Protocol Test header at the IPAWS Lab in southern Maryland.

Phase Two will involve sending a Common Alerting Protocol
EAS message with through Eye Paws Open system in a closed
test in West Virginia.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency's IPAWS personnel
have already met with several West Virginia emergency
management officials to discuss such a plan.  FEMA IPAWS
conducted similar tests in Alaska before the previous
national test that was held back in 2011.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Stephen Kinford, N8WB,
reporting.

--

An in-depth look at the planning for this next evaluation of
the EAS warning system is on the web at tinyurl.com/EAS-test-
2015.   (RW, bdr.net, others)

**


RADIO LAW:  ARRESTS MADE FOR FLYING SMALL DRONES OVER GEORGE
WASHINGTON BRIDGE

Radio remote controlled drone aircraft flown by members of
the general public are in the news again and not in a very
positive light.  This with word that New York City  police
recently arrested two men for operating a pair of small
drone aircraft over the George Washington Bridge on Monday
July 7th one of which nearly hit a police helicopter.

The New York Police's Aviation Unit helicopter was on patrol
around 12:15 a.m. when it spotted one of the unmanned
aircraft near the bridge. The drone continued to circle
forcing the chopper to swerve to avoid it.  Police said that
one of the drones which were operated by remote control came
within 800 feet of the police aircraft.

The Aviation Unit followed the drones north as they landed
near Fort Tryon Part a few miles north of the bridge and
overlooking the Hudson River.  Police on the ground then
arrested two men and charged them reckless endangerment.

The Federal Aviation Administration has not yet set
standards for certifying the safety of civilian drones.  As
previously reported that agency is currently looking into
creating regulations for their use, but there is very strong
opposition coming from many sectors that believe these
devices are a menace to public safety.  (Various published
news reports)

**

HAM HISTORY:  HELP NEEDED TO PRESERVE THE EARLY DAYS OF THE
CSVHFS

If you were living near Sioux Falls, South Dakota in 1965 or
Sand Spring, Oklahoma in 1966, you may be able to assist in
compiling a history what is now the Central States VHF
Society.  That's because those are the cities where the
first unofficial get-togethers took place.  Also sought are
photographs, color slides, home movies of those gatherings
and similar material of the very first formal conference
held near Tulsa in 1968.  That was the event where the
decision was made to officially incorporate the group as the
Central States VHF Society.

According to Bill Smith, W0WOI, if you were, or know of any
early Central States VHF Society Cattendee, please take a
few moments to e-mail him so a list of those attending the
early gatherings can be assembled.  And if you happen to
have any historic materials of any of these events please
let Bill know so that he can make arrangements to copy them
for posterity.  You can contact Bill Smith by e-mail
directly to W0WOI (at) AOL dot com.  Any help in this
project is sincerely appreciated.  (VHF Reflector)

**

HAM HAPPENINGS:  HAM RADIO CELEBRATES HOLLYWOOD TO BE
REPRISED ON SEPTEMBER 28

The popular operating event Ham Radio Celebrates Hollywood
will be reprised on Sunday, September 28th from 7:00 am to
3:00 pm Pacific Time.  This, from Stage 9 of the CBS Studio
Center facility in Studio City, California.  Bill Pasternak,
WA6ITF, is in the newsroom with more:

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For those not aware, Studio Center is a historic venue where
such hit programs as Seinfeld, Spin City, the Mary Tyler
Moore Show and The Defenders originated.  Before that it was
the home of many early films including those produced by the
legendary Max Sennett.

Currently it is the home of the hit ABC situation comedy
Last Man Standing that stars Tim Allen as the operator of a
sporting goods store in Colorado who also happens to be a
ham radio operator with the call letters KA0XTT.  As such,
ham radio has been a part of the shows plotline in past
episodes.

The amateur radio gear seen as props on the show is actually
operational and was used by members of the Southern
California-based PAPA System for the first Ham Radio
Celebrates Hollywood operation held back in October of 2012.
Once again the call K6H will be used for this Septembers
outing with operations taking place on HF, VHF, UHF, D-STAR,
Echolink and IRLP.

It should be noted that this is not a contest.  Rather it is
a fun opportunity for hams world-wide to talk directly to
the stage on the equipment seen on "Last Man Standing" each
week.  A special, limited edition QSL card will be issued to
all confirmed contacts.  A schedule of operating times and
frequencies will be announced shortly.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Bill Pasternak, WA6ITF,
in Los Angeles.

--

For more information contact concerning K6H keep an eye on
the PAPA System website at www (dot) papasys (dot) com.
Also, the complete and very interesting account of Studio
Center's past and present can be found on the web at
tinyurl.com/Studio-Center-History.  (PAPA, Facebook)

**

HAM HAPPENINGS: 62 STUDENTS IN INDIA GET INTRODUCED TO HAM
RADIO

61 students and 5 staff members from Department of
Electronics and Communication Engineering at India's
Vardhaman College of Engineering participated in an Amateur
Radio Awareness program.  This held on Saturday, August 2nd
under the auspices of that nation's National Institute of
Amateur Radio.

During the event, attendees enjoyed a screening of the video
titled A Day in the Life of a Ham followed by presentation
on amateur radio.  Various communications modes used by hams
were then demonstrated.  These included Slow Scan
television, Digipan and various forms of VHF communications.

Nest up those attending were invited to participate in a
mini fox hunt held in the National Institute of Amateur
Radio campus.  All in all, a day of complete immersion of
the students in our world of amateur radio.  (NAIR)

**

HAM HAPPENINGS:  COUNTDOWN TO A RECORD ILLW

With only a few days to go to the International Lighthouse
and Lightship Weekend, only 90 registrations are needed for
it to be another record year.

The annual event, that began in 1998 with 158 registrations,
has continually gained in popularity.  Now a days there are
usually some 500 entries from 50 countries throughout the
world taking part.

Several nations, including Aruba, Austria, Cuba, Gibraltar
and Lithuania have only recently joined.   In the lead this
year is the United States with 80 registrants, followed by
Germany and Australia both with 62.

International Lighthouse and Lightship weekend will be held
August 16th and 17th.  To register a lighthouse or lightship
for the event simply take your web browser to illw.net.
(VK3PC)

**

NAMES IN THE NEWS:  G3YJO BECOMES CHAIR OF SURREY SPACE
CENTRE

Some names in the news.  First up this week is Professor Sir
Martin Sweeting, G3YJO, who is to take up the position of
Chair of Surrey Space Center in the U-K.  In a public
statement, Professor Sweeting said that the Surrey Space
Center has been steadily expanding its staff and activities.
As such his new role as Chair will enable him to better help
with the strategic research planning and external relations,
as well as mentoring staff and students.  It was also
announced that Professor Guglielmo Aglietti will take on the
role of Director of the Center.  (SSC)

**

NAMES IN THE NEWS:  ZS6YH TO RECEIVE IARU YOUNG HAM AWARD

Michel Mynhardt, ZS6YH, the SARL youth coordinator, has been
awarded the Outstanding Young Radio Amateur of the Year
Award by IARU Region 1.  Mynhardt became a radio amateur in
his early teens and has been active on both local and
international competitions.  He has served the East Rand
Radio Club as youth coordinator and was for the past six
years also involved with the scouting Jamboree on the Air.
The award will be presented to ZS6YH at the Radio Technology
in Action Symposium by the IARU Secretary, Dennis Green,
ZS4BS.  (SARL)

**

BREAK 2

This is ham radio news for today's radio amateur.  We are
the Amateur Radio Newsline with links to the world from our
only official website at www.arnewsline.org and being
relayed by the volunteer services of the following radio
amateur:

(5 sec pause here)

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WORLDBEAT: MALAYSIAN RADIO COMMISSION PRAISES HAM RADIO

In news from around the world. the National News Agency of
Malaysia reports that nation currently has 11,626 amateur
radio operators who can offer help in emergencies or natural
disasters.

Roszeta Kassim is the head of the Southern Region of the
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Southern
Region.  She told the newspaper that the Malaysian
peninsular has 9,919 licensed operators, including 1090 in
Melaka and Johor.  Also that Sabah had 1487 and Sarawak,
220.

Roszeta said the amateur radio operators play an important
role to help the authorities during emergencies and
disasters.  She went on to cite the 2007 situation in Johor
was it was hit by massive flooding.  At that time a group of
amateur radio operators offered assistance as the cellular
network was disrupted.   (BERNAMA.COM)

**

WORLDBEAT:  BBC WORLD WAR 1 AT HOME EVENTS

The British Broadcasting Corporation says that it will mark
the centenary of World War One with a series of events
running through 2018.  This summer BBC Learning will create
eight large-scale inspirational Great War events which will
take place throughout the UK.  These will reflect the
dramatic impact the war had on local families and
communities.  (GB2RS)

**

HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  AMSAT-UK SPACE COLLOQUIUM VIDEOS NOW
AVAILABLE

Thanks to the volunteers from the British Amateur Television
Club videos of the presentations given to the AMSAT-UK
International Space Colloquium held in Guildford on July
26th and 27th are now available to view online or download.
Links to the presentation videos, slides and the schedule
are at tinyurl.com/2014-coloq-video  (ANS)

**

HAM RADIO IN SPACE:  AMSAT TO USE FUNDRAZR CROWDFUNDING FOR
FOX-1C

AMSAT has announced that it will be using the Fund Razr
crowd funding platform to accept donations for the Fox-1C
CubeSat.  AMSAT has an immediate need to raise funds to
cover both the launch contract and additional materials for
construction and testing for Fox-1C.

As previously reported, AMSAT has teamed with Spaceflight
Inc. for integration and launch utilizing Spaceflight's
SHERPA system to place the cubesat into a sun-synchronous
orbit in the third quarter of 2015.  More on the funding
campaign is on the web at tinyurl.com/help-launch-one-c.
(AMSAT)

**

RADIO FROM SPACE:  NASA'S MARS 2020 ROVER GAINS SEVEN NEW
INSTRUMENTS FOR EXPLORATION

NASA plans to add advanced technology to its next Mars rover
scheduled to launch in 2020.  Reportedly it will carry tools
that will allow it to explore the surface of the Red Planet
in different ways than ever before.

The space agency says that the next rover will likely have
seven research instruments.  These include what is called a
Mastcam-Z, a SuperCam, a Planetary Instrument for X-ray
Lithochemistry and four others.

The Mastcam-Z is described as an advanced camera system with
panoramic and stereoscopic imaging capability.  It will be
used to determine mineralogy of the Martian surface and
assist with rover operations.

The Super Cam is an instrument that can provide imaging,
chemical composition analysis, and mineralogy.  The
instrument will also be able to detect the presence of
organic compounds in rocks from a distance.

Meantime, the Planetary Instrument for X-ray Lithochemistry
is a fluorescence spectrometer that will also contain an
imager with high resolution.  It will be used to determine
the fine scale elemental composition of Martian surface
materials.

The new Mars 2020 rover is part the agency's Mars
Exploration Program, which includes the Opportunity and
Curiosity rovers, the Odyssey and Mars Reconnaissance
Orbiter spacecraft and the soon to arrive MAVEN orbiter.
(NASA)

**

ON THE AIR:  GB2VJ SPECIAL EVENT STATION TO MARK V-J DAY

On the air, members of the Essex CW Group will be operating
special event station GB2VJ from August 8 to September 4 to
mark World War 2's Victory over Japan or V-J Day.  GB2VJ's
operations will be on the lower HF bands using only CW.
More information on the club and this event is on the web at
sites.google.com/site/essexcw.  (Essex CW Club)

**

ON THE AIR:  PANAMA CANAL 100TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL EVENT

Hams in Panama are currently celebrating the 100th
anniversary of the opening of the Panama Canal on August
15th 1914.  To commemorate centennial, special event station
HO100CANAL will be operational through this August 15th.
Listen out for this special station on 160 through 10 meters
using CW, SSB and RTTY.  QSL's go via HP1AVS.  (Various)

**

DX

In DX, word that KB5FLA will be on the air stroke PJ7 from
Sint Maarten until August 12th.  Activity is holiday style
on 40 and 20 meters using CW and SSB. QSL via his home
callsign direct or electronically via Logbook to the World
or eQSL.

DJ8NK signing GJ0VNK and F6EXV as MJ0EXV will be operational
from Jersey Island between August 8th to the 12th.  Activity
will be on all bands 160 through 6 meters using CW, SSB,
RTTY and PSK31.  There is the possibility that the duo could
turn up on 60 meters as well.  Logs will be uploaded to
ClubLog and Logbook to the World.  QSL via their home
callsigns, direct or via the bureau.

ON4BR will be active as D44TLO from the Windward Islands
between August 16th and the 23rd.  Operations will be on 40
through 10 meters using CW only.  QSL via his home callsign.

G3ZVW will be active as ZD8N from Georgetown on Assencion
Island between August 21st and the 29th.  Operations will be
on 80 through 10 meters using CW, SSB and the Digital modes.
QSL via his home callsign either direct or via the bureau.

WB6OJB and K5LBU will be an the air as C81AK and C81CF,
respectively from Tenda Tora Lodge in Bilene between August
25th and September 2nd.  WB6JOB will be operating on SSB and
CW, while K5LBU will be on PSK and possibly RTTY.  QSL's for
this one go to each operators home address or via Logbook to
the World.

Lastly, down the road a bit comes word that K8PGJ will be
operational stroke as FO from Bora Bora between February
15th and the 24th of 2015.  Plans are for him to operate
holiday style on the High Frequency bands. QSL via his home
callsign either direct, via the bureau or electronically
using Logbook to the World.

(This weeks DX news courtesy of the Ohio-Penn DX Newsletter)

**


THAT FINAL ITEM:  ELON MUSK PLEDGES 1,000,000 TO TESLA
MUSEUM

And finally this week, it looks as if the creation of the
Tesla Science Center and Museum in Shoreham, New York, has
gotten another step closer to reality.  This thanks to a
well known entrepreneur who truly believes in celebrating
the past as well as planning the future.  Amateur Radio
Newsline's Cheryl Lasek, K9BIK, has the details:

--

The effort to build a science center and museum in honor of
the legendary scientist and inventor Nikola Tesla has
received a special gift.  This after it was announced that
Elon Musk, the entrepreneur and inventor behind electric-car
company Tesla Motors and the aerospace company Space X had
pledged $1 million to the Tesla Science Center Museum in
Shoreham, New York.

The back story goes this way.  Matt Inman is the originator
of the web-comic The Oatmeal.  In 2012 he created a tribute
to Tesla titled: "Why Nikola Tesla was the greatest geek who
ever lived."  Inman also started the fundraising campaign to
purchase the Shoreham Wardenclyffe Tower which was Tesla's
former laboratory in New York, and convert it into a museum.
The campaign raised $1.37 million in 45 days, far surpassing
the $850,000 goal.

The land to build the museum was successfully purchased in
2013 by Tesla Science Center at Wardenclyffe.  This is a
nonprofit group that had been trying to acquire the property
for 18 years.  But getting the property was only the first
step.

This past May, Inman did a cartoon review of the Tesla
Motors Model S automobile.  At the conclusion Inman referred
to the company's namesake and included what he called a
teensy request to Elon Musk.  While Musk had contributed to
first fundraiser, monies were still needed to perform the
extensive renovation of the land and build the science
center and museum itself.

Within hours of the comic being posted, Musk sent Inman a
message on Twitter that simply said that he would be happy
to help.  Ironically, Musk's donation came just in time for
the celebration of what would have been Nikola Tesla's 158th
birthday.

For the Amateur Radio Newsline, I'm Cheryl Lasek, K9BIK,
reporting.

--

In addition to the donation toward creating the museum,
complex dot com reports that moinies will also be included
to build a charging station in the parking lot, so that
owners of Tesla's electric automobiles can charge them
quickly while they visit the facility.  (complex.com,
Slashdot.org, other published reports)

**

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