ARRL

W1AW Bulletins Archive (Satellite)

  • 2014

    2014-12-18 ARLS009 ARTSAT2: DESPATCH Satellite is Now FO-81

     

    2014-11-20 ARLS008 Two Japanese Satellites Will Carry Ham Radio Payloads into Deep Space this Month

     

    2014-11-11 ARLS007 AMSAT Celebrates 40 Years in Space for AO-7

     

    2014-09-02 ARLS006 73 on 73 Award Period Now Underway

     

    2014-09-02 ARLS005 Amateur Radio Transponder Will Accompany Japanese Asteroid Mission into Deep Space

     

    2014-08-19 ARLS004 Chasqui-1 Amateur Radio CubeSat Deployed from ISS

     

    2014-07-22 ARLS003 India's VO-52 Satellite Goes Dark

     

    2014-02-24 ARLS002 More CubeSats Expected to Deploy from ISS This Week

     

    2014-02-07 ARLS001 ISS CubeSat Deployment, "Ham Video" Commissioning Postponed

     

  • 2013

    2013-11-20 ARLS002 FUNcube-1 Team to Gather for November 21 Launch, "Dashboard" Software Released

     

    2013-10-31 ARLS001 RS0ISS Active on SSTV from International Space Station

     

  • 2012

    2012-10-05 ARLS005 Space Station Deploys Five CubeSats

     

    2012-07-12 ARLS004 Three Hams Scheduled to Head to ISS This Weekend

     

    2012-05-18 ARLS003 Amateurs Asked to Listen for HORYU-2 Satellite

     

    2012-05-10 ARLS002 Three Hams Venture to ISS Next Week

     

    2012-04-26 ARLS001 NASA accepting proposals for ARISS contacts

     

  • 2011

    2011-08-04 ARLS007 ARISSat-1 Finally Deployed from ISS

     

    2011-04-20 ARLS006 Transatlantic Amateur Radio Balloon Launch

     

    2011-04-08 ARLS005 ARISSat-1 On the Air for Gagarin Anniversary

     

    2011-03-16 ARLS004 Hams Invited to Track Satellites

     

    2011-03-09 ARLS003 Middle School Students to Launch Near-Space Balloon

     

    2011-01-28 ARLS002 ARISSat-1 Blasts Off

     

    2011-01-20 ARLS001 NASA Seeks Amateur Radio Operators' Aid to Listen for Nanosatellite's Beacon Signal

     

  • 2010

    2010-10-14 ARLS001 OSCAR 67 Satellite Active for JOTA

     

  • 2009

    2009-12-16 ARLS008 First Chinese Amateur Radio Satellite Now in Space

     

    2009-09-18 ARLS007 South African Amateur Radio Payload Reaches Orbit

     

    2009-08-26 ARLS006 SuitSat-2 Now Called ARISSat-1

     

    2009-07-30 ARLS005 Space Shuttle Endeavour to Deploy Student-Built Satellites

     

    2009-06-02 ARLS004 NASA Releases New Predictions for Solar Cycle 24

     

    2009-05-12 ARLS003 Scientists Predict Solar Cycle 24 to Peak in 2013

     

    2009-03-25 ARLS002 Frank Bauer, KA3HDO, Steps Down from ARISS and AMSAT Duties

     

    2009-03-12 ARLS001 NASA Delays Discovery's Trip to ISS

     

  • 2008

    2008-12-18 ARLS009 ARISS Finalizes Plans for Silver Anniversary of Amateur Radio from Space

     

    2008-12-02 ARLS008 ARISS to Celebrate 25 Years of Amateur Radio in Space with Special Events

     

    2008-10-09 ARLS007 Garriott Gears for Space Journey

     

    2008-05-29 ARLS006 New Russian Satellite in Orbit

     

    2008-05-22 ARLS005 New Amateur Radio Satellite Receives OSCAR Designation

     

    2008-04-28 ARLS004 Ten New Satellites in Orbit

     

    2008-02-15 ARLS003 Astronauts Work on Columbus Lab on the ISS

     

    2008-01-23 ARLS002 AO-16 Satellite Serves as Voice Repeater

     

    2008-01-22 ARLS001 ARISS Team Looking for Ground Stations

     

  • 2007

    2007-06-04 ARLS003 It's KD5PLA in for KD5PLB on ISS

     

    2007-04-05 ARLS002 Fifth civilian to visit ISS

     

    2007-01-09 ARLS001 ANDE and RAFT-1 get OSCAR numbers

     

  • 2006

    2006-09-19 ARLS008 New two-ham crew, first female civilian visitor on way to ISS

     

    2006-09-08 ARLS007 SuitSat-1 (AO-54), re-enters Earth's atmosphere

     

    2006-08-22 ARLS006 ISS crew, ARISS team troubleshooting slow-scan TV system

     

    2006-07-27 ARLS005 Massive CubeSat launch fails

     

    2006-06-16 ARLS004 NASA releases ISS North and South America Pass Times for Field Day

     

    2006-05-04 ARLS003 Three radio amateurs on next ISS crew

     

    2006-03-27 ARLS002 ISS Expedition 13 two-ham crew set to launch

     

    2006-02-14 ARLS001 "SuitSat-1" keeps on ticking; low power output eyed

     

  • 2005

    2005-12-16 ARLS009 ISS commander shooting for WAC, WAC and maybe DXCC from space

     

    2005-09-29 ARLS008 SSETI Express launch delayed indefinitely

     

    2005-07-26 ARLS007 Shuttle Discovery launches successfully

     

    2005-07-25 ARLS006 Amateur Radio on the International Space Station in repeater mode

     

    2005-06-16 ARLS005 ISS crew could be on the air for Field Day!

     

    2005-05-05 ARLS004 New Amateur Radio satellite in orbit

     

    2005-04-18 ARLS003 New all-ham crew now safely aboard ISS

     

    2005-02-03 ARLS002 ISS, PC-sat set up for joint packet tests

     

    2005-01-19 ARLS001 Echo satellite reopens for normal FM repeater, digital use

     

  • 2004

    2004-11-04 ARLS013 Useful life of UO-22 satellite appears over

     

    2004-08-04 ARLS012 AMSAT-UK announces new amateur satellite project

     

    2004-07-29 ARLS011 AMSAT "Echo" Satellite to Open for FM Voice Trial Run

     

    2004-06-29 ARLS010 AMSAT-OSCAR Echo Satellite Launched!

     

    2004-06-22 ARLS009 Ham gear on ISS to be turned off during space walk

     

    2004-06-11 ARLS008 AMSAT announces satellite developments

     

    2004-05-12 ARLS007 Ham radio-carrying rocket hopes to reach space

     

    2004-04-20 ARLS006 Three Radio Amateurs on their Way to the ISS

     

    2004-03-11 ARLS005 A glimmer of hope for AO-40

     

    2004-02-26 ARLS004 UO-11 Satellite to Mark 20 years in Space

     

    2004-02-04 ARLS003 AO-40 Command Team Plays Waiting Game

     

    2004-01-29 ARLS002 AO-40 Still Ailing

     

    2004-01-16 ARLS001 Chiao to Sub for McArthur as Next ISS Commander

     

  • 2003

    2003-11-21 ARLS016 International Space Station Marks Five Years in Space

     

    2003-11-13 ARLS015 UO-14 Satellite Declared Dead

     

    2003-11-12 ARLS014 ARISS Announces Roy Neal, K6DUE, ISS Commemorative Event

     

    2003-10-17 ARLS013 New two-ham ISS crew set to head into space

     

    2003-07-25 ARLS012 Two-ham crew named for ISS Expedition 8 crew

     

    2003-04-25 ARLS011 Two-Ham Crew Set to Fly to International Space Station

     

    2003-04-01 ARLS010 NASA Selects Expedition 7 Crew

     

    2003-03-13 ARLS009 Astronaut Fits in Same-Day Chats with Students on Both=20 Sides of Atlantic

     

    2003-02-26 ARLS008 New Mexico Hams Help with Columbia Debris Search

     

    2003-02-14 ARLS007 Columbia recovery effort over for Texas hams

     

    2003-02-12 ARLS006 ISS crew grieves Columbia loss, moves forward

     

    2003-02-07 ARLS005 ARISS contact delayed

     

    2003-02-06 ARLS004 Starshine 3 Satellite Falls

     

    2003-01-30 ARLS003 ARRL comments in support of AMSAT-NA petition

     

    2003-01-23 ARLS002 AO-27 orbit affecting operating periods

     

    2003-01-07 ARLS001 New Saudi satellite gets OSCAR designation

     

  • 2002

    2002-12-03 ARLS007 All-ham, all-male crew settles in onboard space station

     

    2002-06-25 ARLS006 AMSAT-OSCAR 7 returns to life

     

    2002-04-17 ARLS005 ARISS Board resolves greater cooperation with Canada

     

    2002-04-09 ARLS004 SaudiSat 1-A (SO-41) now available for amateur use

     

    2002-02-21 ARLS003 ARISS packet system to be upgraded soon

     

    2002-01-15 ARLS002 New Amateur Radio antenna installed in space!

     

    2002-01-10 ARLS001 New Amateur Radio Antenna to be Installed During Spacewalk

     

  • 2001

    2001-11-30 ARLS020 Space walk set to fix docking problem

     

    2001-11-29 ARLS019 AO-40 transponder hiatus looms

     

    2001-10-01 ARLS018 Kodiak Star launch is a success

     

    2001-08-29 ARLS017 AO-40 Gives Earthlings Another Scare

     

    2001-08-17 ARLS016 AO-40 Attitude Control System Appears Functional

     

    2001-08-14 ARLS015 AO-40 "S1" Transmitter Goes Silent

     

    2001-08-07 ARLS014 New Amateur Satellite to Link Remote APRS Nodes

     

    2001-08-03 ARLS013 New ISS Crew to Launch August 9

     

    2001-07-20 ARLS012 AO-40 Transponders Back on the Air!

     

    2001-07-11 ARLS011 AO-40 Now in Long-Term, "Safe" Orbit

     

    2001-05-31 ARLS010 AO-40 transponders off in preparation for orbit shift

     

    2001-05-08 ARLS009 AO-40 transponder tests a hit!

     

    2001-05-04 ARLS008 AO-40 transponders to open for experimental operation

     

    2001-04-27 ARLS007 AO-40 Transponder Operation Possible This Summer

     

    2001-04-04 ARLS006 AO-40 Spinup Under Way

     

    2001-03-09 ARLS005 AO-40 Team Starts Slowing Spin Rate

     

    2001-02-06 ARLS004 AO-40 Future Rests on Reducing Spin, Regaining Attitude Control

     

    2001-01-16 ARLS003 AO-40 Report Suggests Damage to Antenna Systems

     

    2001-01-05 ARLS002 AO-40 Could Be Leaking

     

    2001-01-04 ARLS001 AO-40 Recovery Continues

     

  • 2000

    2000-12-22 ARLS027 First ARISS school QSO a success!

     

    2000-12-19 ARLS026 AO-40 still silent

     

    2000-12-14 ARLS025 AO-40 Beacon Goes Silent

     

    2000-12-01 ARLS024 ARISS international partners meet

     

    2000-11-22 ARLS023 Shepherd makes first casual QSOs from ISS

     

    2000-11-22 ARLS022 Limited AO-40 use possible in near future

     

    2000-11-16 ARLS021 Phase 3D is In Orbit!

     

    2000-11-15 ARLS020 W1AW to participate in meteor scatter/APRS experiment

     

    2000-11-15 ARLS019 Phase 3D Launch Slipped By One Day

     

    2000-11-13 ARLS018 ISS crew completes installation of Amateur Radio hardware

     

    2000-11-09 ARLS017 First ARISS school picked

     

    2000-11-02 ARLS016 Phase 3D Gets Firm Launch Date

     

    2000-11-01 ARLS015 All-Ham Crew is ISS-Bound

     

    2000-10-26 ARLS014 Coming soon: First ham operation from ISS

     

    2000-10-19 ARLS013 Phase 3D Now Set to Launch November 14

     

    2000-10-11 ARLS012 Phase 3D Launch Delayed

     

    2000-09-26 ARLS011 Phase 3D Set for Halloween Launch!

     

    2000-09-15 ARLS010 Phase 3D launch campaign under way

     

    2000-09-14 ARLS009 AO-27 is back on the air!

     

    2000-09-08 ARLS008 Atlantis ferrying ARISS ham gear into space

     

    2000-08-24 ARLS007 AO-27 FM repeater off the air

     

    2000-08-03 ARLS006 ISS ham gear cleared for takeoff

     

    2000-07-12 ARLS005 Zvezda module eventually to house ham radio

     

    2000-06-14 ARLS004 Tentative Phase 3D Launch Date Reset

     

    2000-03-01 ARLS003 Phase 3D Could Launch in July!

     

    2000-02-15 ARLS002 StenSat Released But Possibly Malfunctioning

     

    2000-01-28 ARLS001 Three Amateur Radio Satellites Rocket Into Space

     

  • 1999

    1999-11-12 ARLS008 W1AW to participate in meteor scatter/APRS experiment

     

    1999-10-08 ARLS007 Phase 3D Accepted for "First Suitable" Ariane 5 Launch

     

    1999-08-06 ARLS006 Hams, SWLs invited to monitor eclipse propagation

     

    1999-07-23 ARLS005 Last shuttle SAREX mission is in space!

     

    1999-04-22 ARLS004 UoSAT-12 satellite successfully launched

     

    1999-04-16 ARLS003 Swatch Beats Awkward Retreat: Sputnik Won't Fly

     

    1999-04-07 ARLS002 ARRL Advises Swatch to Cancel "Beatnik" Launch

     

    1999-02-26 ARLS001 SUNSAT amateur radio satellite "alive"

     

  • 1998

    1998-12-15 ARLS016 Sputnik 41/RS-18 QRT

     

    1998-11-11 ARLS015 Sputnik 41/RS-18 Launched from Mir

     

    1998-10-27 ARLS014 New amateur satellite package launched

     

    1998-10-16 ARLS013 Phase 3D satellite to undergo testing

     

    1998-10-09 ARLS012 Bill Tynan, W3XO, to Step Down as AMSAT-NA President

     

    1998-08-21 ARLS011 New satellites get OSCAR designations

     

    1998-06-26 ARLS010 SAREX will not fly on Glenn mission

     

    1998-06-16 ARLS009 Phase 3D won't fly this year

     

    1998-05-01 ARLS008 SAREX scrambling to fill Mir-school schedule

     

    1998-04-09 ARLS007 Mir-school QSOs

     

    1998-02-27 ARLS005 Thomas completes third Mir-school QSO, others scheduled

     

    1998-02-27 ARLS006 SAREX to be on John Glenn flight

     

    1998-02-24 ARLS004 Mir-School QSOs Resume!

     

    1998-02-18 ARLS003 Four schools scheduled for MIR QSOs

     

    1998-01-09 ARLS002 Mir gets reprieve with next crew to be all hams

     

    1998-01-09 ARLS001 Sputnik PS2/RS-17 officially declared dead

     

  • 1997

    1997-12-31 ARLS037 Sputnik PS2 possibly SK

     

    1997-12-19 ARLS036 Mir update

     

    1997-12-12 ARLS035 KC5VPF gets extra time aboard Mir

     

    1997-11-04 ARLS034 Sputnik PS 2 heard

     

    1997-10-17 ARLS033 Sputnik model launch update

     

    1997-10-10 ARLS032 Sputnik model launch delayed

     

    1997-10-03 ARLS031 Functional Sputnik model set for Mir launch

     

    1997-09-25 ARLS030 NASA gives KC5VPF the green light for Mir stay

     

    1997-09-05 ARLS029 Mir ham operations to shift temporarily to 70 cm

     

    1997-08-14 ARLS028 KB5UAC/Mir activity

     

    1997-08-14 ARLS027 SAREX team wins award

     

    1997-07-30 ARLS026 September Phase 3D Launch Doubtful

     

    1997-07-15 ARLS025 Shuttle contacts PRC

     

    1997-07-11 ARLS023 SAREX contacts successful

     

    1997-07-11 ARLS024 KB5UAC grateful for ham radio on Mir

     

    1997-07-02 ARLS022 Mir back on the air

     

    1997-06-25 ARLS021 Mir update

     

    1997-06-25 ARLS020 Mir crew safe after collision

     

    1997-06-19 ARLS018 Phase 3D delayed

     

    1997-06-19 ARLS019 Mir frequency test

     

    1997-06-13 ARLS017 Seventeen schools on STS-94 SAREX schedule

     

    1997-05-30 ARLS016 Mike Foale, KB5UAC, aboard and active From Mir

     

    1997-05-15 ARLS015 Ham-astronaut Mike Foale to be active from Mir

     

    1997-05-08 ARLS014 STS-84 launch May 15

     

    1997-04-25 ARLS013 STS-83 refly is a "go" for July with SAREX on board

     

    1997-04-11 ARLS012 SAREX/ARISS attempt to reschedule missed QSOs

     

    1997-04-02 ARLS011 STS-83 postponed

     

    1997-03-31 ARLS010 SAREX aboard STS-83; launch set for April 3

     

    1997-03-27 ARLS009 ATV rocket launches set

     

    1997-03-25 ARLS008 Phase 3D delayed

     

    1997-03-21 ARLS007 Mir fire remains "hot" topic during MIREX school contacts

     

    1997-03-05 ARLS006 RS-16 Satellite In Orbit

     

    1997-02-28 ARLS005 School contacts a go in wake of Mir fire

     

    1997-02-28 ARLS004 AMSAT scrambling to close funding gap

     

    1997-01-31 ARLS003 Permission granted for Linenger to ham it up from Mir

     

    1997-01-24 ARLS002 Ham-astronauts swap spots aboard Mir

     

    1997-01-03 ARLS001 MIREX QSOs made with four schools

     

  • 1996

    1996-12-19 ARLS017 Phase 3D delayed

     

    1996-11-27 ARLS016 Ham radio on space station

     

    1996-09-26 ARLS015 SAREX a success

     

    1996-09-17 ARLS014 Shuttle carries three hams

     

    1996-09-09 ARLS013 UNAMSAT-B in Orbit

     

    1996-09-06 ARLS012 Shuttle rescheduled

     

    1996-08-17 ARLS011 JAS-2 In Orbit

     

    1996-07-31 ARLS010 Phase 3D update

     

    1996-07-26 ARLS009 Ariane 501 report

     

    1996-07-24 ARLS008 STS-79 update

     

    1996-06-18 ARLS007 STS-78 update

     

    1996-06-11 ARLS006 Field Day in space?

     

    1996-06-11 ARLS005 Phase 3-D update

     

    1996-03-13 ARLS004 Ham radio on STS-76

     

    1996-02-28 ARLS003 AMSAT segment on tv

     

    1996-01-26 ARLS002 STS-75 launch date

     

    1996-01-19 ARLS001 Ham radio power supply aboard Mir fails

     

  • 1995

    1995-12-30 ARLS028 DOVE OSCAR 17 Fails Again

     

    1995-12-19 ARLS027 Mir seasons greetings

     

    1995-12-12 ARLS026 OSCAR 17 link fails

     

    1995-11-20 ARLS025 Shuttle returns hams

     

    1995-11-17 ARLS024 Hams Contact Atlantis/Mir Astronauts

     

    1995-11-15 ARLS023 AMSAT on TV on Friday

     

    1995-11-10 ARLS022 Next shuttle all licensed

     

    1995-11-10 ARLS021 Shuttle Countdown Continues

     

    1995-10-24 ARLS020 More gear for Mir

     

    1995-10-23 ARLS019 More hams on tv

     

    1995-10-18 ARLS018 AMSAT filmed for TV show

     

    1995-10-10 ARLS017 Phase 3-D details set

     

    1995-10-05 ARLS016 Listen to AMSAT meeting

     

    1995-10-04 ARLS015 P3D launch set back

     

    1995-09-27 ARLS014 Crash kills flyer/ham

     

    1995-09-12 ARLS013 German ham arrives at Mir

     

    1995-08-23 ARLS012 Amateur radio on Mir

     

    1995-07-14 ARLS011 Shuttle Astronauts On-The-Air

     

    1995-07-07 ARLS010 SAREX helps NASA

     

    1995-06-27 ARLS009 Shuttle carries two hams

     

    1995-06-22 ARLS008 SAREX launch on Friday

     

    1995-06-05 ARLS007 SAREX STS-70 postponed

     

    1995-05-26 ARLS006 SAREX To Fly In June

     

    1995-04-05 ARLS005 SAREX frequency changes

     

    1995-01-27 ARLS004 QSOs with STS-63

     

    1995-01-27 ARLS003 2 more astro-hams

     

    1995-01-13 ARLS002 RS-15 launch a first

     

    1995-01-04 ARLS001 New satellite planned