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June 10th, 2011

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February 6th

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January 27th

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September 1st, 2010

IAA List

Callsign Award # Received Sent: Status
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January 25th, 2009

Santa Maria Island Lighthouse DXPedition XR5L

Dear All ISS FAN CLUB:

From January 27th to February 6th my DX Group and me will be in a DXPedition to The Santa Maria Island Lighthouse. While this time well be active in all HF Bands (Phone and CW) and of course we'll be active in VHF via the ISS Crossband Repeater. So we hope to make many contacts by this way specially with Chile, Argentina, Uruguay and other south american countries. We also hope to be lucky as it was in Mocha Island DXPedition in 2006, where we contact with the crew.

Here you have the principal information about DXPedition.

CALLSIGN: XR5L
LIGHTHOUSE: FARO ISLA SANTA MARIA

March 21st, 2006

NA1SS DXCC Campaign

21th March 2006 Update:
Expedition 12 Commander Bill McArthur thanks the Iss Fan Club for this campaign!


To the Amateur Radio Community,

As Expedition 12 draws to a close onboard the International Space Station, a note of gratitude is due.

February 24th

NA1SS DXCC Campaign

Countries worked by Bill McArthur during his mission onboard ISS: (updated Aug 07, 2007) 57 confirmed
  • Alaska (KL7) [color=green] QSL confirmed [/color]
  • Algeria (7T-7Y)
  • Anguilla (VP2E) [color=green] QSL confirmed [/color]
  • Antarctica (KC4) [color=green] QSL confirmed [/color]
  • Argentina (LO-LW) [color=green] QSL confirmed [/color]
  • Armenia (EK)
  • Australia (VK) [color=green] QSL confirmed [/color]
  • Austria (OE) [color=gr

February 19th

February 18th

About this site

This site has been created by Alain IZ6BYY and Claudio IK1SLD in late 2001.
Not affiliated to any official body or organization, thanks to the contribution of its subscribers, the site provides realtime information about the International Space Station.

Since the Space Station is equipped with an Amateur Radio Station that allows interested astronauts to communicate with folks on the ground, most of the content on this website is related to Amateur Radio activities.

February 4th

ISS QSL Info

ISS QSL CARD
USA
ARRL Headquarters
ARISS QSL Expedition-1 (or 2, etc.)
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111-1494 USA
Canada
Radio Amateurs of Canada
ARISS QSL Expedition-1 (or 2, etc.)
720 Belfast Road, Suite 217
Ottawa Ontario
K1G 0Z5
Europe
F1MOJ - Mr CANDEBAT Christophe
ARISS-Europe QSL Manager
19 Chemin des Escoumeilles