AMSAT currently manages five operational amateur satellites. Operating schedule information provided by AMSAT Operations is listed below. This information is subject to change. See the AMSAT-BB or @AMSAT on Twitter for up-to-the-minute information.
AO-7 is in continuous sunlight until Mid-December. As a result, the 24 hour timer on board is switching the satellite between Mode A and Mode B. Observations suggest that the satellite is in Mode A on odd-numbered days and Mode B on even-numbered days.
To check or report the satellite’s current mode, please see the AMSAT Live OSCAR Satellite Status Page at https://www.amsat.org/status/. Please limit your uplink power to no more than 100 watts ERP.
AO-91’s U/v FM repeater is continuously available for use by amateur stations.
AO-92’s transmitter is currently off due to low battery voltage.
The FalconSAT-3 9k6 V/u digipeater and BBS are continuously available for use by amateur stations.
HO-107 has been heard intermittently. Continue to track in FoxTelem.
Updated October 7, 2020