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DARPA launches ‘Ouija’ project to study radio signals in Earth’s atmosphere with satellites

The U.S. military plans to launch satellites to learn more about how radio signals behave in part of the Earth’s atmosphere.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has set up a new program, called Ouija, which will use sensors on “low-orbiting satellites” to track high-frequency radio waves in the ionosphere. DARPA has a solicitation for proposals available now for one part of the proposal and plans to release a second solicitation at another date.

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