01 Oct.2017 Paolo Nespoli IZØJPA at HAM Radio station in Columbus module
13 Feb. 2017 Thomas Pesquet is talking with students via HAMTV & HAM Radio from Columbus module
Tim Peake KG5BVI is talking with students via HAMTV & HAM Radio from Columbus module
ARISS contact with WRC-15 from the ITU amateur radio station 4U1ITU
25 Aug. 2013 Luca Parmitano is talking with students via HAM Radio from Columbus module
HAM TV Project
Samantha Cristoforetti is talking with students via HAM Radio from Columbus module
IK1SLD Telebridge Station operated by Claudio IK1SLD and Max IW1CNF (SK)
27 Feb. 2012 André Kuipers is talking with students via HAM Radio from Service module
ON4ISS Telebridge Station operated by Philippe ON5PV
8 Jan. 2011 Paolo Nespoli is talking with students via HAM Radio from Service module
22 Apr. 2010 Frank De Winne and Students at European Parliament talk via HAM Radio with ISS
24 Nov. 2009 Frank De Winne is talking with students via HAM Radio from Service module
13 Jun. 2006 Students at ESC talk with ISS via HAM Radio
18 Apr. 2005 Roberto Vittori is talking with students via HAM Radio from Service module
ARISS antennas on Columbus module

Welcome on board

The International Space Station, presently nearly complete, is permanently manned by teams of astronauts and cosmonauts. Most have an amateur radio licence.

Amateur Radio societies from the ISS partner countries, in USA, Canada, Russia, Europe and Japan, have set up ARISS - Amateur Radio on International Space Station.

ARISS is a volunteering working group devoted to develop and put into operation the onboard amateur radio station. ARISS-Europe is the European branch of ARISS.

ARISS presentation by Gaston Bertels, ON4WF - 5th Polish-Wide Conference of Contributors & Sympathizers in ARISS - 17 Oct., 2015, Ostrów Wielkopolski, Poland ARISS presentation on Youtube

ARISS-Europe News Bulletin mailing list

Chairman
Oliver Amend, DG6BCE
Technical Director
Emanuele D'Andria, I0ELE
 
Technical Counsellor
Bertus Hüsken, PE1KEH
Technical Counsellor
Jean Pierre Courjaud
     
Past Chairman
Gaston Bertels, ON4WF
 
 
 
QSL Manager
Christophe Candebat, F1MOJ
 
 
 
School Selection Manager
Francesco De Paolis, IK0WGF
 
 
 
School Contact Mentors
Gaston Bertels, ON4WF gaston.bertels@skynet.be
  Peter Kofler, IN3GHZ
peter.kofler@schule.suedtirol.it
 
Christophe Candebat, F1MOJ
 
Joseph Lemoine, F6ICS
 
Howard Long, G6LVB
 
Francesco de Paolis, IK0WGF
 
Marco Pernic, 9A8MM
 
Eskil van Loosdrecht, SM5SRR
 
Armand Budzianowski, SP3QFE
 
Marcelo Teruel, IK0USO
 
Séamus McCague, EI8BP
 
Florio Dalla Vedova, LX2DV
  Bertus Hüsken, PE1KEH bertus.husken@gmail.com
  Gianpietro Ferrario, IZ2GOJ iz2goj@gmail.com
  Ciaran Morgan, M0XTD ciaran.morgan@rsgb.org.uk

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AMSAT-Belgium
Belgium
AMSAT-Francophone
France
AMSAT-Italy
Italy
AMSAT-SM
Sweden
AMSAT-UK
UK
ARI
Italy
DARC
Germany
MARL (associate member)
Malta
PZK
Poland
RAL (associate member)
Lebanon
REF-Union
France
REP
Portugal
RSGB
UK
UBA
Belgium
USKA
Switzerland
VERON
The Netherlands

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I. Definition

1. ARISS is the common working group of the national amateur radio and amateur satellite radio societies involved in Amateur Radio operations on board the International Space Station (ISS).

2. ARISS-Europe is a subgroup of the ARISS working group.

 

II. Object

3. The object of ARISS-Europe is :

  • to plan, implement and co-ordinate amateur radio projects and activities on board the International Space Station, in agreement with the ARISS teams worldwide
  • to build flight and monitoring equipment for ISS amateur radio
  • to carry out the technical and operational service for ISS amateur radio equipment to develop operating procedures for ISS amateur radio
  • to plan future development of ISS amateur radio
  • to promote ISS amateur radio in the educational field and toward the general public.

 

III. Membership

4. Membership of ARISS-Europe shall consist of :

  • all European astronauts wishing to perform amateur radio operations during their flights and owning a corresponding Amateur Radio license
  • European national societies, members of the International Amateur Radio Union, Region 1 (IARU R1), involved in planning, organising and co-ordinating Amateur Radio projects on board of the ISS
  • European AMSAT societies and other European societies, wishing to contribute and introduced by their national IARU R1 society.

5. According to the Memory of Understanding established in Noordwijk, the Netherlands on March 27, 2000 the founding members of ARISS-Europe are :

  • AMSAT-Belgium
  • AMSAT-France
  • AMSAT-Italy
  • ARI
  • DARC
  • REF-Union
  • RSGB
  • UBA

6. Other societies as defined sub 4. are invited to join ARISS-Europe.

 

IV. Administration

7. ARISS-Europe is administered by a board consisting of :

  • a chairman
  • a technical director
  • two technical counsellors

8. The members of the board are elected for two years terms. They can be re-elected.

9. The renewal of the board is to be organised by the chairman every uneven year :

  • in March, the members are invited by the chairman to present candidates for the board (a chairman, a technical director and two technical councelors)
  • in June, the chairman shall circulate the curriculum of the candidates by e-mail
  • each member is invited to cast one vote for each seat
  • the votes are e-mailed by the members to the four board officers
  • ballot messages are accepted till the 1 st of September
  • the results of the voting are circulated by the chairman by the 15 th of September
  • the newly elected board takes office on the 1 st of October.

10. All ARISS administrative work is done by e-mail.

11. The chairman may convene a meeting if at least five members agree. The agenda shall be circulated at least two weeks in advance.

12. Every member may ask the chairman for a meeting.

13. As far as possible, the ARISS-Europe administration shall be done on a no-cost basis.

 

V. Projects and activities

14. Groups or individuals volunteering to build equipment, carry out technical or operational service, develop procedures, etc. shall present their candidature to a member of ARISS-Europe. Only proposals introduced by members to the ARISS-Europe board will be taken into consideration.

15. Any project shall be fully documented. A feasability study and a funding plan are required. Compliance with Amateur Radio rules is a prerequisite.

16. To be accepted, a project has to be approved by at least fifty percent of the ARISS-Europe members.

17. Approved projects shall be presented to ARISS.

18. ARISS approved projects are to be promoted by the members.

 

VI. Funding and Expenses

19. Any expenses related to any project shall be duly budgetted.

20. Members may decide to participate to the funding of a common project.

21. Administrative and travel expenses shall be covered by each participating member.

22. No fee or any form of contribution may be imposed on the members.

23. Donations may be accepted to contribute to the funding.

 

Adopted by the founding members, July 1 st , 2000

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ARISS comprises five "Regions": USA, Canada, Russia, Europe, Japan.

The member societies of each Region are represented in each Committee.

The Board is elected by the Regions for 2 year terms. Presently the Board members are:

ARISS is a non-profit organisation.

All ARISS activities are performed by volunteers.

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