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ARISS Contact Schedule and Successful school list updated 2005-08-03 22:00 UTC



ARISS Contact Schedule and Successful school  list updated 2005-08-03 22:00 
UTC

Good Luck  STS-114!

Due to the continuing STS-114 operation and planned ISS  EVAs, the next ARISS 
school contact will not occur until at least the week of  2005-08-22.

There was also a rumor that the ISS was having contacts  on the 40 meter 
band.  There is no HF equipment available  yet.


Expedition 11 crew is now on the ISS.
John  Phillips KE5DRY 
Sergei Krikalev U5MIR

Expedition 12 crew is  expected to dock 2005-10-03.  This means that there 
will probably not be  any ARISS contacts from the week before docking until the 
week of  2005-10-24.  

Expedition 12   
William McArthur  KC5ACR  up on 11S Soyuz, scheduled launch 2005-10-01 
Valery  Tokarev   up on 11S Soyuz, scheduled launch 2005-10-01 
Thomas  Reiter DF4TR  up on STS-121, scheduled launch  2005-09-09.


The schedule page has been updated as of  2005-08-03 22:00 UTC.

Look for the updated and enhanced frequency  chart for packet, voice, and 
crossband repeater modes showing Doppler  correction.

http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/ISS_frequencies_and_Doppler_correction.r
tf


Several  schools will be live simulcasted via the world wide web.  Check out 
the  instructions for each school on the schedule page to get to the audio  
streaming.

Additional instructions have been added on how to listen  in when the 
streaming audio is provided by MCI. 


Also,  please monitor the IRLP and Echolink webpages for possible upcoming 
contacts  that will be simulcast.


IRLP website at:    
http://www.discoveryreflector.ca  
This new site will have the links  for simulcast contacts that have IRLP and 
Echolink.   


The successful school list has been updated as of  2005-07-21 04:00 UTC. 


Check out the link on the schedule  page to download a video that Mike Fincke 
KE5AIT and Gennady Padalka RN3DT have  produced of life on the ISS.

The latest ARISS application,  announcement and successful school list is now 
available on the ARISS web  site.  There are several ARISS web sites:

English:   http://www.rac.ca/ariss/

French:   http://c.avmdti.free.fr/ariss/index.htm

ARISS Europe:   http://www.ariss-eu.org/

ARISS Japan:   http://www.jarl.or.jp/ariss/

Other locations  include:

Latest ARISS announcements and news  
http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/arissnews.txt 

Successful  school  list
http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/Successful_ARISS_schools.rtf

The  ISS Fan Club website  is:
http://www.issfanclub.com


K1ELA has a website  at:
http://members.aol.com/k1ela/index.html

ON6SAT has a website  at:
http://on6sat.com/links/

A listing of ARISS related magazine  articles:   (***)
http://www.amsat.org/amsat/ariss/news/ARISS_magazine_articles.rtf    (***)
Currently the list includes articles from CQ, CQ VHF, QST, and The  AMSAT 
Journal.  Please contact me directly if you have additional  suggestions.  (***)



73,
Charlie Sufana  AJ9N
One of the ARISS operation team mentors  
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