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Morse Code for Radio Amateurs -- Now Shipping! -- Includes a free CD of audio and computer programs.

The ARRL Software Library for Hams 2.0 -- Now Shipping! -- CD-ROM, Version 2.0. Quick access to utilities, applications and information.

802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide -- Creating and administering wireless networks. 2nd Edition.

The ARRL Image Communications Handbook -- Use Amateur Radio to see and talk with other hams! Enjoy the imaging modes: NBTV, ATV, SSTV and WEFAX.

APRS -- Moving Hams on Radio and the Internet -- A Guide to the Automatic Position Reporting System

ARISS: Amateur Radio on the International Space Station

With the help of Amateur Radio clubs and ham radio operators, space shuttle astronauts have been speaking over the ham airwaves while in orbit. They are talking directly with large groups of the general public, showing teachers, students, parents and communities how Amateur Radio energizes youngsters about science, technology, and learning. The program was called SAREX, the Space Amateur Radio Experiment and is now called ARISS, Amateur Radio on the International Space Station.

ARISS is sponsored by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL), the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

For media personnel: If you want photos related to ARISS, or wish to research stories about ARISS, here are two useful links:
Search for ARISS on the ARRL Web site
Search for ARISS on the NASA Web site

ARISS (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station)

Ham Radio on Mir

Amateur Radio aboard Mir
Mir's final chapter

Information

ARISS School Application
ARISS General Information
Past SAREX Missions
Considering Joining in the Fun of ARISS?
SAREX QSL Cards
SAREX files area
Space Shuttle communications via WA3NAN

Graphics

ARISS Logo
SAREX logo (sarex.jpg, 29,662 bytes)

SAREX montage (sarex-mo.jpg, 101,134 bytes), described in sarex-mo.txt

Godwin talks via SAREX (godwin.jpg, 59,642 bytes), described in godwin.txt

QSL Cards

STS-74 QSL card (79,377 bytes)
STS-78 QSL card (100,666 bytes)

Popular ARISS/SAREX Links

NASA Shuttle Web
NASA ARISS Web
NASA Spacelink
NASA SAREX Web page
Goddard Amateur Radio Club, Inc, WA3NAN, located at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Johnson Space Center Amateur Radio Club, W5RRR, Houston, Texas
NASA Amateur Radio in Space Teacher's Guide

ARRL Members...

Thank you for supporting SAREX. If you have questions or comments about this page, please send a message to ariss@arrl.org. We'd enjoy hearing from you!



Page last modified: 08:25 AM, 13 Dec 2006 ET
Page author: ariss@arrl.org
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