Radio amateur

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The Judica-Cordiglia brothers are two Italian former amateur radio operators who made audio recordings which allegedly support the conspiracy theory that the Soviet space program covered up cosmonaut deaths in the 1960s. The pair claimed to have recorded several failed secret Soviet space missions that ended. The recordings have been the center of public interest for more than 50 years, but also dispute.[better source needed]

Achille (1933 – 2015) and his brother Giovanni Battista (born 1939) set up their own experimental listening station just outside Turin in the late 1950s. The brothers used a disused German bunker at a site named Torre Bert. Working with scavenged and improvised equipment, they claimed to have successfully monitored transmissions from the Soviet Sputnik program and Explorer 1, the first American satellite, using equipment that recorded flight information such as telemetry, voice recordings and visual data.

In the 1960s, the brothers released recordings alleged to be radio communications taken from secret Soviet Union space missions, including the dying sounds of a suffocating “lost cosmonaut”. One of their most famous recordings was made on 28 November 1960. After the two brothers spent an hour listening to the static, the brothers recognized an SOS signal that seemed to be moving away from the Earth. The story was picked up by a Swiss-Italian radio station and the brothers became the station’s space experts.

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