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Updated: 06/15/2017

 

 


Active Amateur Radio Satellites 

  FM: AO-85, and SO-50,   SSB: AO-73, FO-29, EO-79, EO-88, UKube-1, XW-2A, XW-B, XW-2C, XW-2D, XW-2F, and AO-7
Amateur Satellite Status - Updated by users


         To see upcoming launch schedule visit AmericaSpace and Spaceflight 101


ISS Links:  NASA Station Info    ISS Facebook Page    ARISS    ISS Fan Club

ISS is up and running on APRS Packet on 145.825 once again thanks to the Ericcson replacement handheld sent up on the last Dragon resupply mission.

Live feed from the
International
Space Station


Broadcast live streaming video on Ustream

Two new Chinese Amateur Radio Satellites were launched on Wednesday, June 14th. 

CAS-4A and CAS-4B.  Both carry a linear U/v transponders.  Looks like these are one of the objects 2017-34A,B,C or D.  Strong signals from both satellite have been received around the world.  See frequency chart below:

CAS-4A U/v Inverting Analog SSB/CW
Uplink LSB 435.210 MHz through 435.230 MHz
Downlink USB 145.880 MHz through 145.860 MHz
CW Beacon 145.855 MHz. Digital Telemetry 145.835 MHz 4.8kbps GMSK
CAS-4B U/v Inverting Analog SSB/CW
Uplink LSB 435.270 MHz through 435.290 MHz
Downlink USB 145.935 MHz through 145.915 MHz
CW Beacon 145.910 MHz. Digital Telemetry 145.890 MHz 4.8 kbps GMSK

 

Saturday Night D-Star Net on Ref 29A at 1900 PT/0300 UTC every Saturday night

Please check out my friend John's web page.  He has a lot of information on projects he is working on.

Beginners Guides to Satellite Operating from AMSAT-UK


For information on the upcoming August 21 Solar Eclipse please see my Astronomy page

Please QSL via eQSL or direct.  Address good on QRZ.