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ARISSat-1 delayed until August?

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From the press office of Roscosmos:

Alexander Samokutiaev, flight engineer of the International Space Station’s expedition 28, informed about the planning for the upcoming Russian EVA in his blog in Roscosmos web.

According to Russian cosmonaut, the EVA is slated for August, pending the launch of the shuttle scheduled for July 8.

Alexander will work outside the ISS with his colleague Sergey Volkov. The cosmonauts are to perform several ISS RS refurbishing tasks, as well as to launch small satellite Kedr.

PY4MAB – Tue, 2011 – 07 – 05 19:28

ARISS Status June 27, 2011

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Topics in this report
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Japanese Contact Successful
3. ARISS International Team Teleconference Held
4. News of U.S. ARISS Proposal Process Distributed
5. Astronaut Training Status
6. ARISS Items in ARRL Letter
7. AMSAT Covers ARISS Proposal

1. Upcoming School Contact

N5VHO – Tue, 2011 – 07 – 05 08:16

ARISS Status June 27, 2011

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Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Japanese Contact Successful
3. ARISS International Team Teleconference Held
4. News of U.S. ARISS Proposal Process Distributed
5. Astronaut Training Status
6. ARISS Items in ARRL Letter
7. AMSAT Covers ARISS Proposal

1. Upcoming School Contact

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 06 – 27 09:41

ARISS Status June 20, 2011

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Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Germany Contact to be Rescheduled
3. AMSAT Covers ARISSat-1
4. Astronaut Training Status
5. Debrief Session Held with Expedition 26/27 Crew Members

1. Upcoming School Contact
An Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact has been scheduled for Nankan 4th Elementary School in Tamanagun, Kumamoto, Japan on Tuesday, June 21 at 09:00 UTC. Through this opportunity students will learn about the mission of the International Space Station and about amateur radio technology.

2. Germany Contact to be Rescheduled

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 06 – 20 12:49

Get ready for ARRISat-1 SSTV reception

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The ARISSat-1 FM downlink on 145.950 MHz includes live SSTV images as part of the cycling voice ID, select spoken telemetry values, and the international greeting messages.

Here are some pointers to help you get your station ready to receive and display the SSTV pictures transmitted by ARISSat-1.

PY4MAB – Mon, 2011 – 06 – 20 12:46

ARISS Status June 13, 2011

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Topics in this report:
1. Upcoming School Contact
2. Successful ARISS Contacts
3. ESA Article on Nespoli Mission
4. Challenger Learning Centers Promote ARISS
5. AMSAT – ARISSat-1 News
6. Astronaut Training Status

1. Upcoming School Contact
An Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) contact has been scheduled for Hochtaunusschule in Oberursel, Hessen, Germany on Tuesday, June 14 at 11:49 UTC via telebridge station W6SRJ in California. The contact will be held during the state event “Hessentag 2011” to interest high school students in wireless technology.

N5VHO – Mon, 2011 – 06 – 13 15:02

New York Students Will Call Space Station Astronaut

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WASHINGTON -- Students in Otsego County, N.Y., will make a special call to the International Space Station and Expedition 28 Flight Engineer Ron Garan on Friday, June 17.

The event, which includes a video link with Garan, will be broadcast live on NASA Television at 11:05 a.m. EDT. Fifth through eighth grade students from the Oneonta City School district will ask Garan questions about how the space station plays a pivotal role in expanding human understanding of the Earth and space.

PY4MAB – Sat, 2011 – 06 – 11 21:25

ARISS presentations at Ham-Com 2011

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The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) National Convention will be held at the Ham-Com 2011 in Plano, Texas on Friday and Saturday, June 10 - 11.

Several ARISS (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station) presentations will be given during the event:

ARISSat-1 a Satellite for STEM Education and Fun
Presented by Keith Pugh, W5IU

Amateur Radio on the International Space Station
Presented by Kenneth Ransom, N5VHO

Introduction to Amateur Radio Satellites
Presented by Douglas Quagliana, KA2UPW

For more information, see: http://www.hamcom.org

PY4MAB – Wed, 2011 – 06 – 08 19:58

ARISSat-1 Reception Challenge

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ARISSat-1 is scheduled for deployment from the ISS in July.

It has a composite VHF downlink that will easily fit into the FUNcube Dongle receive spectrum. The telemetry is 1000 bps BPSK and can, of course, also be received with a normal
SSB 2 metre receiver.

PY4MAB – Wed, 2011 – 06 – 08 19:56

ARISS ham radio contact planned for school in France

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On Thursday 09 June 2011 at 09.09 UTC, which is 11.09 CEST, an ARISS (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station) contact is planned with Lycee europeen Charles de Gaulle, Dijon, France.

PY4MAB – Wed, 2011 – 06 – 08 19:51
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