ISS Amateur Radio

ISS Amateur Radio

How to schedule a contact with the ISS

ISS Amateur Radio

How in the world do people schedule a contact with the ISS

HamNerd0606 – Thu, 2017 – 07 – 06 11:08

U4MIR Alexander Volkov, active amateur radio operator

ISS Amateur Radio

Alexander answered to my CQ call , yesturday 7MHz. SSB.
After he was on ISS, it is very nice that he is active Amateur Radio from Earth...
Wish some Amateur Radio lover will go on ISS and give us posibility to make QSO with SS ( school contact are ok , but real QSO will be very better )
See you @ 73 de 9A2KI ico

9A2KI – Sat, 2017 – 01 – 21 05:24

A direct contact via I3XFY with students at ​Istituto Comprensivo “Marco da Melo”, Mel, Italy 04.Nov.2016 Video HB3YGP satellitenpaul

ISS Amateur Radio

Hi All

new Video from HB3YGP

Best regards


satellitenpaul – Fri, 2016 – 11 – 04 08:46

The best ISS / Ham Radio ad - ever -

ISS Amateur Radio

I'm sure that what you see in this video looks pretty familiar to many of you because that's exactly what happened to many of us, myself included. Ironically, the link was suggested to me by Maryam 9K2MD, a young girl from Kuwait who got her ham radio license for the sole purpose of talking to Sergey Krikalev (onboard ISS) and eventually succeeded in doing so.

alain – Sun, 2015 – 03 – 08 11:48

Ham Video delivered to ISS

ISS Amateur Radio

The ARISS Ham Video transmitter is presently onboard Columbus. The transmitter was delivered by Japanese cargo spacecraft HTV-4, which launched August 4 and docked 5 days later.

ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano IR0ISS reported that the bags are stored in Columbus. There are two bags: one for the transmitter, the other for the power, camera and antenna cables.

N5VHO – Thu, 2013 – 08 – 22 10:58

IR0ISS Logbook available

ISS Amateur Radio

Francesco IK0WGF (AMSAT Italy) informed us that the IR0ISS callbook is now available via QRZ.COM.

The log can also be consulted at the following url's:


alain – Sat, 2013 – 08 – 17 13:49

Two Radio Hams scheduled to head to ISS today

ISS Amateur Radio

The ARRL reports that NASA will televise the launch and docking of
its next mission to the International Space Station (ISS) beginning at 1930 UT on Thursday, March 28

PY4MAB – Fri, 2013 – 03 – 29 18:36

ISS Amateur Radio

At approximately 9:45 AM EST (1445 UTC) on Tuesday, February 19, the International Space Station (ISS) experienced a loss of communication with the ground. At that time, flight controllers in Houston were updating the software onboard the ISS’s flight computers when one of the ISS’s data relay systems malfunctioned. The primary computer that controls critical station functions defaulted to a backup computer, but it did not allow the ISS to communicate with NASA’s tracking and data relay satellites.

PY4MAB – Thu, 2013 – 02 – 21 12:53

ARISS switches to Ericsson radio after experiencing problems with the Kenwood D700

ISS Amateur Radio

After experiencing issues with the Kenwood D700 on two consecutive
school contacts, ARISS will use the Ericsson radio on the Columbus
module for ARISS contacts until problems with the D700 are resolved.

PY4MAB – Sun, 2013 – 02 – 10 17:49

Online receiver ARISS WebSDR

ISS Amateur Radio

The receiver is located in KN37cp, at the Astronomical Observatory - Stefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania:

yo8tlc – Wed, 2012 – 11 – 07 10:25

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