News:

Those Pesky RSL's

RSL's are Regional Secondary Locators used to identify which part of the UK a station is operating from. During our Special Events and Contests we have always had the ambition to collect all UK RSL's in one operation. Have we ever achieved this?
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MAI Short ISS Activity Period 8-9 June 2022

According to ARISS, the Russians are putting the newly installed Kenwood D710GA in the ISS Service Module into use with some SSTV activity
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Mills on the Air 7/8 May 2022

A few details of our adventures at Saltford Brass Mill participating in Mills on the Air. Where were all those who said the Club should take part in Special Events?
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Special Events and Contests 2022

The Special Events Team have created a summary of the dates and venues for our Special Events and Contests this year and asked for this to be posted to the Club website and Social Media channels. Please take a few moments to put these dates in your diary and make arrangements to spend a couple of hours on site with the Club
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Results of ISS Activity Period 26/12/2021 - 31/12/2021

So this is very late in terms of publication but a few members contributed images from the activity period which we felt were worthy of publication as an example of what can be achieved
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MAI Short ISS Activity Period

https://twitter.com/ARISS_status/status/1509930192650842120
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ARISS Europe to Perform Special Digital SSTV Experiment

The amateur radio community is asked to refrain from the use of the ISS cross band voice repeater during this SSTV experiment on 20th of February 2022 over Europe.
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MAI Short ISS SSTV Activity Period

The Moscow Aviation Institute have a short SSTV activity period from the ISS 7/8 February 2022 that has just come to our attention.
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Planned ISS SSTV Activity Period 26/12/2021 - 31/12/2021

Between Boxing Day and New Year ARISS will be supporting SSTV operations from the ISS
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Results of ISS SSTV Activity Period 01-12-2021 - 02-12-2021

Although the postponement of a scheduled spacewalk to repair an antenna on the Space Station from 30 November 2021 to 2 December 2021 following an orbital debris alert late on 29 November 2021 curtailed this short operation some members still managed to grab the odd image and there may be more that haven't been sent for inclusion in the site.
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