Register Now for Online AMSAT-UK Space Colloquium – Open To All

Lunar Amateur Radio Transponder Project

Lunar Amateur Radio Transponder Project

The Online AMSAT-UK Convention takes place on Sunday, October 11, from 11am BST (10:00 GMT) to approximately 5pm, with a break for lunch, and several short breaks during the day. You don’t have to be a member of AMSAT-UK to participate, and the event is free of charge but please register ASAP.

Astronaut Sunita Williams KD5PLB answers questions from a student

Astronaut Sunita Williams KD5PLB answers questions from a student

Those who are registered will be entered for a number of free raffles which will take place during the event.

Among the many talks and demonstrations during the day are:
1100 Official opening by Martin Sweeting G3YJO
1105-1125 Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) Update by Ciaran Morgan M0XTD
1135-1200 Decoding Mars spacecraft – Bits and pieces you can learn from spacecraft telemetry by Daniel Estévez EA4GPZ
1210-1230 Tevel FM transponder satellite constellation by David Greenberg 4X1DG
1240-1300 LUNART – A Lunar Amateur Radio Transponder Project by Peter Gülzow DB2OS
1400-1420 FUNcube next, to boldly go… creating an open platform in space by Phil Ashby M6IPX
1430-1450 QO-100 Demonstration by Mike Willis G0MJW
1500-1520 Getting Goonhilly’s 32m antenna ready to support ESA missions by Matt Cosby Director of Space Engineering at Goonhilly Earth Station Ltd
1530-1550 AMSAT North America Engineering Update by Jerry Buxton N0JY
1600-1620 LEO Sat demonstration by Drew Glasbrenner KO4MA

The King's School contact with Tim Peake featured HamTV

The King’s School amateur radio contact with Tim Peake featured HamTV

Please register online at http://tinyurl.com/amsatukreg2020

Draft schedule of the day’s events
https://ukamsat.files.wordpress.com/2020/09/amsat-colloquium-020-program-ver-1.pdf

AMSAT-UK Colloquium Page https://amsat-uk.org/colloquium/

Source: uk.amsat.org

Register Now for Online AMSAT-UK Space Colloquium – Open To All