STS-135 Mission Statistics
Out of this world
Video of ISS Ham Radio contact with WISH students - 2012
International Space Station Flight
Engineer Joe Acaba, KE5DAR, used amateur (ham) radio equipment aboard the
ISS to speak with high school students participating in a summer
program called Women in STEM High School Aerospace Scholars, or
Amateur Radio on the International Space Station
On the 7th of September, 2006 at 16:00 GMT, Suitsat re-entered the Earth's atmosphere over the Southern Ocean at 110.4? East latitude and 46.3?South longitude. It was over a point some 1400 km south-southwest of Cape Leeuwin (Augusta), Western Australia.
It's signals long faded from ground stations during
this Ham radio experiment in space from an empty Russian space suit,
Suitsat-1 plunged into history!
October, 2008 ISS SSTV AND
AUDIO FILES FROM THE ISS!
"Roger, Tranquility," Houston
radioed back. "We copy you on the ground. You've got a bunch of guys about
to turn blue. We're breathing again.
Ham Radio was there behind the scenes !
"Sorry Captain, I've given it all I had.
I've been beamed up out of range."
In Memory of
"Mr. Scott! ...... Why...... would you do this?"
In Memory of Salley