ARISS Program Presentation

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by KG5AHJ, Jun 30, 2022.

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  1. KG5AHJ

    KG5AHJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Frank Bauer (KA3HDO) from ARISS (Amateur Radio International Space Station) is joining me to go over the ARISS Program. ARISS promotes STEM by teaching students about propagation, circuitry and gives instructions on how to obtain a radio license.



    Frank L.
     
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  2. W1YW

    W1YW Ham Member QRZ Page

    :)
     
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  3. KG5QNO

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    Very cool! Thanks for sharing all these exciting ARISS plans!
    Any thoughts on what hardware the *STAR* robotics will be using? Will that be an established platform, or DIY?
     
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  4. KG5AHJ

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    That wasn't a topic we covered this go around. I might pick it up in the future.
     
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  5. KG5QNO

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    35:42 y'all are talking about the *STAR* robotics program. Sounds like it is still under development...

    Thanks again for posting all this great info!
     
  6. W9VTT

    W9VTT Ham Member QRZ Page

    most students will figure it out eventually
     
  7. KG5QNO

    KG5QNO Ham Member QRZ Page

    Kids will figure out what on their own? Robotics, or Sat comms? I'm curious what you mean by that.
     

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