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Category: AMSAT

19th anniversary of ARISS operations

On November 13, 2000, the ARISS amateur radio payload was turned on and the first operations occurred over Russia and the United States. Our ARISS team is working feverishly on the final certification of our next generation radio system: the Interoperable Radio System. We thank all those that have supported this development effort through team…
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AMSAT Engineering Update

A new YouTube release is an update from AMSAT’s Engineering team regarding Fox, GOLF, and other AMSAT Engineering projects.The presentation was given on day two of the 2019 AMSAT Space Symposium in Arlington, VA on October 19, 2019. Watch 2019 AMSAT Space Symposium – Engineering Update Please follow and like us:0

AMSAT Receives Request for Potential Emergency Use of AO-92

AMSAT-NA has received a request from radio amateurs involved with emergency communications in the Azores to forgo AO-92 L/v operation of the satellite this week. “Hurricane Lorenzo is expected to pass through the Azores as a Category 4 storm Tuesday and Wednesday, and they are requesting AO-92 remain in U/v for potential emergency traffic,” AMSAT…
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Amateur Radio CubeSats among 15 Set to Launch on October 21 from Wallops Island

AMSAT reports that an Antares II launch vehicle will carry 15 CubeSats into orbit on October 21 as part of NASA Educational Launch of Nanosatellites (ELaNa) Mission 25. Some will carry Amateur Radio payloads. TJ REVERB, developed by students at Thomas Jefferson High School in Alexandria, Virginia, will carry a 145.825 MHz APRS digipeater. HuskySat,…
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