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Welcome to program 21 of VOA Radiogram from the Voice of America.

Here is the lineup for today's program:

2:27 MFSK16: program preview (now)
3:26 MFSK22: VOA News re import of Apple products
3:12 MFSK32: Greetings to l'Associazione Italiana Radioascolto
2:10 MFSK32 image: AIR logo
9:06 MFSK32/Flmsg: VOA News re one year of Curiosity on Mars
2:26 MFSK32 image: Curiosity tire tracks
1:10 MFSK16: Closing announcements
1:17 MFSK32: Surprise image of the week

Please send reception reports to radiogram@voanews.com.


And visit voaradiogram.net.

Twitter: @VOARadiogram

VOA Radiogram is now changing to MFSK22...

 

 


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This is VOA Radiogram in MFSK22...


Obama Administration Overrules Apple Import Ban

VOA News
August 03, 2013

The Obama administration has overturned a U.S. trade panel's ban
on imports of some Apple iPads and older iPhones into the United
States, dealing a setback to Apple's rival, Samsung.

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman Saturday overturned the
ban, which the U.S. International Trade Commission had announced
June 4, saying some Apple products violated a patent owned by
Samsung.

In a letter to ITC Chairman Irving Williamson, Froman said this
policy decision was not an endorsement or a criticism of the
commission's decision or analysis. He also said Samsung could
continue to pursue its case through the courts.

This was the first time since 1987 that a U.S. administration had
taken action against a product ban that the ITC had ordered. The
ITC ban was to have taken effect August 4.

Apple welcomed Saturday's decision, while Seoul-based Samsung
said it was disappointed.

The two companies have taken their disputes to courts around the
globe.

Last year, Samsung was ordered to pay Apple $1 billion in damages
for patent infringements. A judge later reduced the award.

Some information for this report was provided by AP, AFP and
Reuters.

http://www.voanews.com/content/obama-administration-overrules-apple-import-ban/1723078.html


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VOA Radiogram has many listeners in Italy, and many shortwave
listeners in Italy are members of AIR, the Associazione Italiana
Radioascolto.

AIR - Association of Italian radio listeners, was established in
Florence in 1982 thanks to the decisive contributions of radio
listeners all over Italy. The main aims of the Association
include:

- To promote, through activities at the national and
international level, the knowledge of radio listeners and
reception of radio waves in the broadest sense;

- Promote research and experimentation in the field of radio
listening, among individual members and through partnerships
and/or agreements with agencies or research institutions
(schools, universities, etc.), with all those interested in
radio phenomena, studying the propagation of radio waves, design
and construction of receivers, antennas, circuits, software of
interest to amateur radio, import or sale of radio equipment,
etc.

More information at www.air-radio.it

Now in Italian...

VOA Radiogram ha molti ascoltatori in Italia, e molti ascoltatori
ad onde corte in Italia sono membri di AIR, l'Associazione
Italiana Radioascolto.

Nel 1982, a Firenze, grazie al contributo determinante di alcuni
radioascoltatori di tutta Italia, nata l'A.I.R. - Associazione
Italiana Radioascolto. I principali obiettivi di tale
associazione sono i seguenti punti:

- Promuovere, tramite idonee iniziative in sede nazionale ed
internazionale, la conoscenza del radioascolto e della ricezione
delle onde radio nel senso pi ampio;

- Promuovere la ricerca e la sperimentazione, nel campo del
radioascolto, tra i singoli Soci e tramite collaborazioni e/o
convenzioni con Enti o Istituti di ricerca (scuole, universit,
etc.), con quanti si interessano di fenomeni radioelettrici,
studiano la propagazione delle onde radio, progettano o
realizzano ricevitori, antenne, circuiti, software di interesse
radiantistico, importano o vendono apparecchi radioelettrici,
etc.

Ulteriori informazioni sono a www.air-radio.it

Successiva, un'immagine MFSK32 del logo AIR...


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<h1>Curiosity Treks Into Second Year on Mars</h1>

<FONT COLOR="#808080">Suzanne Presto
August 06, 2013</font>

It has been 12 months since the Curiosity rover landed on Mars.

NASA says, in that time, the rover has driven across more than 1.6 kilometers of Martian terrain. It has found evidence of an ancient stream bed and signs of wet conditions from multiple periods.

Curiosity was the first rover to bore into Martian rock and reveal that the interior of the Red Planet is actually gray.

<b>Core Objective Accomplished</b>

NASA scientists say Curiosity has already answered the mission's core question: was ancient Mars capable of supporting simple forms of life, such as micro-organisms?

"Mars was habitable in its past," said Jim Green, director of the planetary division at NASA's Science Mission Directorate.

"We found all the ingredients of life as measured in this material that's deposited in this ancient riverbed," he said, referring to Curiosity's findings of hydrogen, oxygen and other elements.

<b>Geologist and Photographer</b>

Curiosity has 10 scientific instruments, amounting to a roving laboratory.

The space agency says the rover has fired more than 75,000 laser shots to vaporize rocks and soil and study their composition. It also has provided more than 70,000 images to give us a new view of Earth's neighbor.

Curiosity is not a life-detection mission, but its findings provide the groundwork for the next Mars rover, to be launched in 2020, says NASA's Green.

"Knowing that Mars was an environment that was habitable in its past, we're going to start seeking the signs of potential life that could have existed on Mars," said Green. "And that, if we could answer that question, will change
everything."

<b>Why Mars?</b>

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden says Mars is the most Earth-like of the planets in our solar system.

"If life exists beyond Earth, and I am one who believes that it may very well, Mars, for me, is the most likely place that that life will be found," he said at an event to commemorate Curiosity's first anniversary on the Red Planet.

As NASA plans future Mars missions, Curiosity is traveling in the deep,150-kilometer-wide depression called Gale Crater. It is heading toward Mount Sharp, where it will study the lower layers of that Martian peak and search for clues
about the planet's evolution.

<a href="http://www.voanews.com/content/curiosity-treks-into-second-year-o n-mars/1724869.html">www.voanews.com/content/curiosity-treks-into-second-year-o n-mars/1724869.html</a>

<h3><a href="http://voaradiogram.net">VOA Radiogram</a></h3>

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SUBJ: VOA News: Curiosity Treks Into Second Year on Mars

DATE: 10-11 August 2013

TIME: Sat 1600, Sun 0230, 1300, 1930 UTC

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Curiosity Treks Into Second Year on Mars

Suzanne Presto August 06, 2013 It has been 12 months since the Curiosity rover landed on Mars. NASA says, in that time, the rover has driven across more than 1.6 kilometers of Martian terrain. It has found evidence of an ancient stream bed and signs of wet conditions from multiple periods. Curiosity was the first rover to bore into Martian rock and reveal that the interior of the Red Planet is actually gray. Core Objective Accomplished NASA scientists say Curiosity has already answered the mission's core question: was ancient Mars capable of supporting simple forms of life, such as micro-organisms? "Mars was habitable in its past," said Jim Green, director of the planetary division at NASA's Science Mission Directorate. "We found all the ingredients of life as measured in this material that's deposited in this ancient riverbed," he said, referring to Curiosity's findings of hydrogen, oxygen and other elements. Geologist and Photographer Curiosity has 10 scientific instruments, amounting to a roving laboratory. The space agency says the rover has fired more than 75,000 laser shots to vaporize rocks and soil and study their composition. It also has provided more than 70,000 images to give us a new view of Earth's neighbor. Curiosity is not a life-detection mission, but its findings provide the groundwork for the next Mars rover, to be launched in 2020, says NASA's Green. "Knowing that Mars was an environment that was habitable in its past, we're going to start seeking the signs of potential life that could have existed on Mars," said Green. "And that, if we could answer that question, will change everything." Why Mars? NASA Administrator Charles Bolden says Mars is the most Earth-like of the planets in our solar system. "If life exists beyond Earth, and I am one who believes that it may very well, Mars, for me, is the most likely place that that life will be found," he said at an event to commemorate Curiosity's first anniversary on the Red Planet. As NASA plans future Mars missions, Curiosity is traveling in the deep,150-kilometer-wide depression called Gale Crater. It is heading toward Mount Sharp, where it will study the lower layers of that Martian peak and search for clues about the planet's evolution. www.voanews.com/content/curiosity-treks-into-second-year-o n-mars/1724869.html

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I'm Kim Elliott. Please join us for the next VOA Radiogram.

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