ESEO Project – Feb 2010 – Update

As a result of a number of changes to the configuration of the planned ESEO spacecraft, the AMSAT payload has also been updated. The latest frequency plans for operation in the amateur satellite service have now been submitted to, and accepted by, the IARU Frequency Coordination Panel.

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2010 – Information

Colloquium - 2010 The 2010 Colloquium will follow the same format as last year, and will be held again at the Holiday Inn in Guildford.The formal programme will be held on Sat and Sun 31st Jul and 1st Aug. The presentations will start on Sat 31 Jul at 10am in the Clandon suite (same room as last year).

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2011 – Information

Colloquium - 2011 The 2011 Colloquium will follow the same format as last year, and will be held again at the Holiday Inn in Guildford.The formal programme will be held on Sat and Sun 30th and 31st July. The presentations will start on Sat 30 Jul at 10am in the Clandon suite (same room as last year).

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New Amateur Radio Satellite HO-68

On 15 December 2009 at 0230 UTC China launched its first Amateur Radio satellite Xi Wang 1 (Hope 1) from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in Shanxi province. It received an official OSCAR (Orbital Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio) designation of HO-68 six days later.

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Colloquium live video stream

On the 25th and 26th of July, starting at 10am local time (0900 GMT), batc.tv (http://batc.tv/) will be streaming the lecture programme from the AMSAT UK Colloquium in Guilford. This is a very popular event and attracts some very interesting speakers

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