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Amateur-satellite service
Amateur-satellite service
Amateur Radio
Amateur Radio
on the International Space Station (ARISS) - operating in the Amateur-satellite service
Amateur-satellite service
- is a project sponsored by various entities and carried out by astronauts and cosmonauts on the International Space Station
International Space Station
who also have an amateur radio license. The program was previously called SAREX, the Space Amateur Radio
Amateur Radio
Experiment, and before that the Shuttle Amateur Radio Experiment. In 2011, Kenwood Electronics
Kenwood Electronics
launched an advertising campaign capitalizing on the fact that their TM-D700A transceiver is currently in use on the ISS.[1] Amateur radio
Amateur radio
operators all over the world are able to speak directly to astronauts/cosmonauts via their handheld, mobile, or home radio stations. Low power radios and small antennas can be used to establish communications. It is also possible to send digital data to the space station via laptop computers hooked up to the same radio and antenna, similar to an email communication, except that it uses radio frequencies instead of telephone or cable connections. The space station occupants work a standard work day and have breaks in the evening and during meals. While on break, some of them will spend some time communicating with "earthlings" via amateur radio. Notes[edit]

^ Social Activities - Amateur radios are loved even in space

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Components of the International Space Station

Overview

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Orbiting

Major components

Zarya
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(Functional Cargo Block) Zvezda (Service Module) Destiny (laboratory) Columbus (laboratory) Kibō (PM, ELM-PS, EF) Unity (Node 1) Harmony (Node 2) Tranquility (Node 3) Quest Joint Airlock Pirs (docking module, airlock) Rassvet (MRM 1) Poisk (MRM 2) Leonardo (PMM) Cupola Integrated Truss Structure
Integrated Truss Structure
(ITS) Bigelow Expandable Activity Module
Bigelow Expandable Activity Module
(BEAM)

Subsystems

Mobile Servicing System
Mobile Servicing System
(MSS) Canadarm2 Dextre
Dextre
(SPDM) Boom Assembly Strela cranes Kibō Remote Manipulator System External Stowage Platforms (ESPs) ExPRESS Logistics Carriers (ELCs) 1-4 Pressurized Mating Adapters (PMAs) International Docking Adapters (IDAs) Electrical System Life Support System

Experimental devices

AMS-02 CALET CATS HDEV MAXI NICER PK-3 Plus SAGE III

Future

Planned

Nauka (Multipurpose Laboratory Module) European Robotic Arm
European Robotic Arm
(ERA) Science Power Module Prichal (Uzlovoy Module) NanoRacks Airlock Module

Proposed

Node 4 XBASE Ixion Axiom

Spare hardware

Multi-Purpose Logistics Modules (MPLMs) Kibō (ELM-ES) ExPRESS Logistics Carrier
ExPRESS Logistics Carrier
(ELC) 5 Interim Control Module
Interim Control Module
(ICM)

Cancelled

Propulsion Module Centrifuge Accommodations Module
Centrifuge Accommodations Module
(CAM) Habitation Module Crew Return Vehicle
Crew Return Vehicle
(CRV/ACRV) Science Power Platform
Science Power Platform
(SPP) Universal Docking Module
Universal Docking Module
(UDM) Russian Research Module
Russian Research Module
(RM)

Support vehicles

Current

Cygnus Dragon H-II Transfer Vehicle
H-II Transfer Vehicle
(HTV) Progress Soyuz

Future

CST-100 Starliner Dragon 2 Dream Chaser
Dream Chaser
Cargo System (DCCS) Federation (PPTS)

Former

Space Shuttle Automated Transfer Vehicle
Automated Transfer Vehicle
(ATV)

Cancelled

NASDA HOPE-X ESA Hermes

Mission control

MCC-H (NASA) TsUP (RKA) Col-CC (ESA) ATV-CC (ESA) JEM-CC (JAXA) HTV-CC (JAXA) MSS-CC (CSA)

Administrative and legal

Multilateral Coordination Board

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Expeditions to the International Space Station

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2000–2004

Expedition 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

2005–2009

Expedition 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

2010–2014

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2015–2019

Expedition 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 (current) 56 (future)

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Human spaceflights to the International Space Station

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1998–2004

1998

STS-88

1999

STS-96

2000

STS-101 106 92 Soyuz TM-31 STS-97

2001

STS-98 102 100 Soyuz TM-32 STS-104 105 Soyuz TM-33 STS-108

2002

STS-110 Soyuz TM-34 STS-111 112 Soyuz TMA-1 STS-113

2003

Soyuz TMA-2 TMA-3

2004

Soyuz TMA-4 TMA-5

2005–2009

2005

Soyuz TMA-6 STS-114 Soyuz TMA-7

2006

Soyuz TMA-8 STS-121 115 Soyuz TMA-9 STS-116

2007

Soyuz TMA-10 STS-117 118 Soyuz TMA-11 STS-120

2008

STS-122 123 Soyuz TMA-12 STS-124 Soyuz TMA-13 STS-126

2009

STS-119 Soyuz TMA-14 TMA-15 STS-127 128 Soyuz TMA-16 STS-129 Soyuz TMA-17

2010–2014

2010

STS-130 Soyuz TMA-18 STS-131 132 Soyuz TMA-19 TMA-01M TMA-20

2011

STS-133 Soyuz TMA-21 STS-134 Soyuz TMA-02M STS-135 Soyuz TMA-22 TMA-03M

2012

Soyuz TMA-04M TMA-05M TMA-06M TMA-07M

2013

Soyuz TMA-08M TMA-09M TMA-10M TMA-11M

2014

Soyuz TMA-12M TMA-13M TMA-14M TMA-15M

2015–present

2015

Soyuz TMA-16M TMA-17M TMA-18M TMA-19M

2016

Soyuz TMA-20M MS-01 MS-02 MS-03

2017

MS-04 MS-05 MS-06

Current

2017

Soyuz MS-07

2018

Soyuz MS-08

Planned

2018

Soyuz MS-09 MS-10 MS-11 Starliner Boe-CFT Dragon SpX-DM2

2019

Soyuz MS-12 MS-13 MS-14 MS-15

Vehicles

Past

Space Shuttle

Present

Soyuz

Future

NASA
NASA
CCDev

CST-100 Starliner Dragon 2

Federation

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Space stations and habitats

Active

International Space Station
International Space Station
(ISS) Tiangong-2

Defunct

Soviet Union and Russia

Salyut

Salyut 1 DOS-2† Salyut 2† ‡ Cosmos 557† Salyut 3‡ Salyut 4 Salyut 5‡ Salyut 6 Salyut 7

Mir

United States

OPS 0855° Skylab Genesis I° and II° (private, Bigelow Aerospace)

China

Tiangong

Tiangong-1

Cancelled

Individual projects

Manned Orbiting Laboratory Skylab
Skylab
B Galaxy Almaz
Almaz
commercial Tiangong-3

Incorporated into ISS

Space Station Freedom

USOS

Columbus MTFF Mir-2

ROS

Developmental

China

Chinese large modular space station

Private

Bigelow Commercial Space Station

Russia

OPSEK LOS

International

Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway

Concepts

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Skylab
II (FlexCraft)

Related

Space stations and habitats in fiction

Notes: † Never inhabited due to launch or on-orbit failure, ‡ Part of the Almaz
Almaz
military program, ° Never inhabited, lacks docking mechanism.

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United States
United States
human spaceflight programs

Active

International Space Station
International Space Station
(joint) Orion (in development)

Previous

X-15 (suborbital) Mercury Gemini Apollo Skylab Apollo–Soyuz (with USSR) Space Shuttle Shuttle- Mir
Mir
(with Russia)

Canceled

MISS Orion (nuclear) Dyna-Soar Manned Orbiting Laboratory National Aero-Space Plane Space Station Freedom
Space Station Freedom
(now ISS) Orbital Space Plane Project Constellation

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Soviet and Russian government manned space programs

Active

Soyuz ISS (joint)

Russian Orbital Segment

In development

Federation OPSEK

Past

Vostok Voskhod Salyut Almaz
Almaz
(incorporated into Salyut program) / TKS Apollo–Soyuz (joint) Mir

Shuttle- Mir
Mir
(joint)

Cancelled

Zond (7K-L1) (Moon flyby) N1-L3 (Moon landing) LK-700
LK-700
(alternate Moon landing) Zvezda (moonbase) TMK
TMK
(Mars/Venus flyby) Spiral Zvezda Energia
Energia
/ Buran Zarya MAKS Kliper

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