Ham College 69: Hams In Space

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by W5JDX, Sep 26, 2020.

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  1. W5JDX

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    Extra Class Exam Questions - Part 7.
    Amateur radio in space: amateur satellites, orbital mechanics, frequencies and modes, satellite hardware, satellite operations.

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  2. W1YW

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    Don't forget THIS 'Ham in Space'...




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  3. G3SEA

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  4. TJNII

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    I know that's a replica of the OSCAR-1 under museum lighting... but I'll be darned if I don't think "cardboard box wrapped in duct-tape" whenever I see that picture.
     
  5. KB6QXM

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    Oscar 1 electronics were made by Philco. Circa 1961
     
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  6. KA9UCE

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    WHEN WILL JOE BIDEN FLY, AND STAY THERE?
     
  7. NN6EE

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    Remember that the very FIRST ANIMAL IN SPACE was a PUP :) named "LEIKA"!!! The RUSSIANS REALLY CAUGHT THE U.S.A with their "SPACE PANTS DOWN" and our first attempt to launch a satetlite into space (VANGUARD) BLEW UP ON THE LAUNCH-PAD!!! But "WE LEARNED QUICKLY"!!! We got to the MOON WITH MEN, WHILE THE "RUSSKIs NEVER DID!!!".
     
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  8. W6QWN

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    The electronics was made by hams who worked at Philco...I knew most of them, I worked there in 1961. The transmitter was designed by the late Charles Smallhouse ( then WA6MGZ).
     

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