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Re: ISS QSL



http://www.rac.ca/faqariss.htm
HOW DO I GET AN ARISS QSL? 

       QSL cards are similar to postcards. Hams exchange QSLs to confirm
their radio contacts with other
       stations. Participating in ARISS is an exhilarating experience.
But waiting for that coveted QSL card
       requires patience. Designing a card for the ultimate DXpedition
is a lengthy process. Once the cards are
       printed, RAC forwards them to the Amateur Radio club managing the
QSLs. 
       Send your QSL cards or reports to one of the following addresses.

       For the USA :

       ARRL Headquarters
       ARISS QSL Expedition-2 
       225 Main Street
       Newington, CT 06111-1494 USA

       For Canada :

       Radio Amateurs of Canada
       ARISS QSL Expedition-2
       720 Belfast Road, Suite 217
       Ottawa Ontario
       K1G 0Z5


       Please include your QSL or report: date, time in UTC, frequency
and mode (voice, packet or sstv). 
       If you wish to receive a card, you must include a large,
self-addressed, stamped envelope with proper
       postage or sufficient IRCs included.


Fernando Aviles wrote:
> 
> Does anyone knows the QSL route for ISS?
> Thanks
> 
> Fernando
> xe1rcf
> Mexico City
> 
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