ARISS

ARISS

ARISS Status August 29, 2011

ARISS

Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Successful Contact with Hochtaunusschule
3. AMSAT Covers ARISSat-1
4. EE Times - ARISSat Blog

1. Upcoming School Contact

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 08 – 29 12:37

ARISS Status August 22, 2011

ARISS

Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contacts
2. Successful Contact with Yokohama School
3. NASA Article on ARISS Contact with Caribbean Youth
4. ARISS International Team Meeting Held
5. AMSAT Covers ARISSat-1
6. Amateur Radio Newsline on ARISSat-1
7. ARRL QST on ARISS

1. Upcoming School Contacts

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 08 – 22 09:49

ARISS Status August 15, 2011

ARISS

Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Caribbean Youth Radio ISS
3. Italian Camp Contacts ISS
4. ARISS-U.S. Reviews Proposals
5. ARISSat-1 Update
6. AMSAT Covers ARISSat-1 Status
7. EE Times - ARISSat Blog
8. Amateur Radio Newsline on ARISSat-1
9. DXCoffee Article on Ham Radio in Space

1. Upcoming School Contact

N5VHO – Tue, 2011 – 08 – 16 06:50

ARISS Status August 8, 2011

ARISS

Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contacts
2. Scouts Experience Successful ARISS Contact
3. ARISSat-1 Deployed
4. AMSAT Covers ARISSat-1
5. ARRL Articles on ARISS
6. EE Times - ARISSat Blog
7. Amateur Radio Newsline on ARISSat-1
8. Astronaut Training Status

1. Upcoming School Contacts

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 08 – 08 09:42

Hams Report ARISSat-1’s Linear Transponder Is Working

ARISS

After its eventful deployment yesterday, ARISSsat-1 is definitely working. Hams from all over the world have reported hearing the voice, CW and SSTV transmissions. Despite concerns that the UHF antenna was either missing or damaged, the linear transponder is working and some people are already making contacts with it. The August 3 deployment was delayed nearly four hours after cosmonauts Sergei Volkov, RU3DIS, and Alexander Samokutyaev, expressed concerns that only one antenna -- the VHF antenna -- was visible.

N5VHO – Fri, 2011 – 08 – 05 13:09

Russian Spacewalkers to Move Cargo Boom, Deploy Ham Radio Satellite

ARISS

Two Russian cosmonauts will leave the confines of the International Space Station on Aug.3 to move a cargo boom from one airlock to another, install a prototype laser communications system and deploy an amateur radio micro-satellite.

Expedition 28 Flight Engineers Sergei Volkov and Alexander Samokutyaev are scheduled to venture outside the Pirs airlock at 10:30 a.m. EDT Wednesday to begin the six-hour excursion. Both spacewalkers will wear Russian Orlan-MK spacesuits. Coverage of the spacewalk will be broadcast live on NASA Television beginning at 10 a.m. EDT.

N5VHO – Tue, 2011 – 08 – 02 10:07

ARISS Status Report - August 1, 2011

ARISS

Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Successful ARISS Contact with United Space School
3. Astronaut Training Status
4. ARISSat Test
5. EE Times Runs ARISSat Blog
6. ARRL Article on ARISSat-1
7. AMSAT Covers ARISSat-1 Test and Upcoming Deployment
8. Amateur Radio Newsline on ARISSat-1

1. Upcoming School Contact

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 08 – 01 11:19

ARISSat-1/KEDR activation planned

ARISS

ARISSat-1/KEDR Project Manager Gould Smith, WA4SXM said this week the latest status, discussed during the International ARISS teleconference Sergey Samburov, RV3DR announced the ARISSat battery will be charged late July and a test of the system will be conducted on the ISS from 1915 UTC 30 July to about 1200-1400 UTC 31 July.

During the test ARISSat-1 will be in LOW power mode, this means that it will transmit about 40 seconds and then shut down for 2 minutes and then transmit for 40 seconds, etc.
The standard ARISSat-1/KEDR 2m downlink band plan should be

PY4MAB – Mon, 2011 – 07 – 18 19:36

ARISS Status July 18, 2011

ARISS

Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contacts
2. Ottawa Contact Successful
3. ARISS-U.S. Receives Proposals for Contacts
4. ARRL QST Posts ARISS News
5. AMSAT Provides ARISSat-1 Status
6. Amateur Radio Newsline on ARISSat-1 Deployment

1. Upcoming School Contacts

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 07 – 18 09:37

ARISS Status July 11, 2011

ARISS

Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Japanese Contact Successful
3. AMSAT Covers ARISSat-1
4. Status of ARISS U.S. Proposal Process

1. Upcoming School Contact

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 07 – 11 09:09
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