ARISS – Amateur Radio on the International Space Station – Amateur Radio societies and AMSAT organisations from the ISS partner countries, in the USA, Canada, Russia, Europe and Japan, have set up ARISS – Amateur Radio on the International Space Station. It is a volunteering working group devoted to develop and put into operation the onboard Amateur Radio station. A major objective of ARISS is to increase students’ interest through the medium of amateur radio in mathematics, art and science (STEAM studies).
You will find in the chapter ‘ARISS’ on this website:
- ARISS News
In this section you will find:
– announcements of ARISS contacts reported by Charlie Sufana, AJ9N.
- ARISS Europe mailing list
Since many years, Splio Free has graciously provided the distribution of the ARISS-Europe News Bulletins.
January 1st, 2018 Splio Free ceases operations. We are very grateful to Splio for the excellent service we enjoyed all these years.
Presently, we are starting the distribution of the ARISS-Europe News Bulletins through another channel. AMSAT Belgium offers to support this task. For the present addressees, this modification will be transparent. The service will continue as previously. Very soon you will be informed via email and via this website about the migration of the ARISS Europe mailing list.
- ARISS calendar with scheduled contacts by the ARISS operations team
On this page we show the ARISS contacts calendar in a Google Calendar format.
This calendar allows you to share ARISS contacts with other calendars or it allows you to integrate ARISS info into your own calendar.