Category - Amateur
Amateur-satellite service amateur radio on the international space station (ariss) - operating in the amateur-satellite service - is a project sponsored by various entities and carried out by astronauts and cosmonauts on the international space station who also have an amateur radio license. The program was previously called sarex, the space amateur radio experiment, and before that the shuttle. Sts-122 was a nasa space shuttle mission to the international space station (iss), flown by the space shuttle atlantis. Sts-122 marked the 24th shuttle mission to the iss, and the 121st space shuttle flight overall. The mission was also referred to as iss-1e by the iss program. The primary objective of sts-122 was to deliver the european columbus science laboratory, built by the european space. Templateinfobox spaceflight sts-37, the eighth flight of the space shuttle atlantis, was a six-day mission with the primary objective of launching the compton gamma ray observatory (gro), the second of the great observatories program which included the visible-spectrum hubble space telescope, the chandra x-ray observatory and the infrared spitzer space telescope. 20-03 april 28, 2020 amateur radio on the international space station (ariss) is pleased to announce the first use of a concept called multipoint telebridge contact via amateur radio, allowing school contacts for stay-at-home students and simultaneous reception by families, school faculty and the public. Some mobile packet radio stations transmit their location periodically using the automatic packet reporting system (aprs). If the aprs packet is received by an igate station, position reports and other messages can be routed to an internet server, and made accessible on a public web page. Space shuttle frequencies during flight frequency modulation description 5810. Treschev, expedition five flight engineer, uses an amateur radio in the functional cargo block (fgb).