CWRU’s Case Amateur Radio Club members monitor impacts of eclipse; engineering student Adam Goodman shares thoughts

Monitoring the moon when it happens: Ham radio scientists to monitor eclipse

WEWS: Members of the Case Amateur Radio Club were featured in a pre-eclipse report about their Ham Radio Science Citizen Investigation to test how the eclipse impacts radio communications—especially in the ionosphere, where GPS and radio signals travel and can be difficult to study. “It’s too high for planes to go but too low for spaceships to be in there,” said W8EDU President Adam Goodman, a fourth-year electrical engineering student. “It’s this very awkward area.”