Amateur Radio on the International Space Station

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Name: Amateur Radio on the International Space Station
First reported Jun 28 2014 - Updated Jun 28 2014 - 1 reports

Missoula students link up with astronaut on International Space Station

Something big and fast flew over Missoula on Tuesday morning, and most people probably missed it. A gymnasium full of people at Target Range School, however, didn’t.Students, teachers and parents gathered for a rare chance to talk to an astronaut on board ... [Published Ravalli Republic - Jun 28 2014]
First reported May 16 2014 - Updated May 16 2014 - 1 reports

Ham TV Lets You Video Chat With The International Space Station

NASA Astronaut Mike Hopkins on a Ham TV Call with EarthESA/NASA Now—if you catch a lucky window—you can video chat with the International Space Station. Amateur radio enthusiasts have set up a "ham TV" system—the video counterpart to amateur or ... [Published Popular Science - New Technology, Science News, ... - May 16 2014]

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