| AMSAT Journal
AMSAT’s publication efforts include the production of our bi-monthly “AMSAT Journal” which keeps members abreast of the latest efforts of the organization in the fields of spacecraft and ground station applications. AMSAT also publishes an extensive array of books centering on specific aspects of our mission. Software and other resources are also made available on CD.
AMSAT e-mail Alias Service
email@example.com is a worldwide e-mail service provided for the exchange of questions on design and operation of the AMSAT satellite fleet.
AMSAT Bulletin Board
firstname.lastname@example.org is an e-mail service provided for the exchange of questions on design and operation of the AMSAT satellite fleet. Thousands of exchanges occur per month.
AMSAT.org is a completely redesigned and modernized Internet Web site featuring operational & educational information, coming events, historical perspective, and a clearing house for our Volunteer Reporting Service which tracks the efforts of our volunteers, as well as our new AMSAT Store.
ANS (AMSAT News Service)
This weekly e-mail service keeps members up to date on the latest developments within the hobby. Additionally, it delivers the up to the minute information needed by ham radio operators around the world on the status of each spacecraft presently in orbit, including their operating condition and associated operating frequencies.
AMSAT Area Coordinators
The nearly 200 AMSAT Area Coordinators are volunteers who serve as AMSAT's regional ambassadors in the US (48 of 50 states) and Canada (5 of 12 provinces / territories). They serve in a variety of roles, from making presentations at local meetings to manning booths and conducting demonstrations at pubic schools, hamfests and conventions. Additionally, they serve as local "Elmers", providing technical and operational help to hams in their area.