Here’s the latest Amateur Radio News compiled by the UK-based Southgate Amateur Radio Club.

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Accessed on 30 November 2021, 1400 UTC.

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ARISS contact scheduled for students in Nuremberg, Germany


This will be a direct contact via amateur radio between astronaut Matthias Maurer KI5KFH onboard the International Space Station and students at Berufliche Schule Direktorat 1 Nurnberg, Nuremberg, Germany
Slow-scan TV transmissions from ISS set for December 1-2


Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station (ISS) plan to transmit slow-scan TV (SSTV) images on December 1 – 2 on 145.800 MHz FM using SSTV mode PD120
ARRL author, QST Technical Editor Joel Hallas, W1ZR, SK


The ARRL report: Retired QST Technical Editor Joel R. Hallas, W1ZR, of Westport, Connecticut, died on November 25
Indonesian radio hams sign MoU with Defense University


The Defense University of the Republic of Indonesia (Indonesian Defense University – Military Training) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Amateur Radio Organization of the Republic of Indonesia (Orari)
ARISS contact scheduled for students at Wolfgang-Kubelka-Realschule (WKR), Schondorf am Ammersee, Germany


his will be a telebridge contact via amateur radio and students will take turns asking their questions of Matthias Maurer, amateur radio call sign KI5KFH ARISS team member Shane Lynd VK4KHZ will be the relay amateur radio station
AIS in China: Media misreporting can be threat to radio hams


CRAC reports on the security risk in China of collecting and distributing either shipping AIS data or aircraft ADS-B data and the threat to radio amateurs from media misreporting
Andromedid meteor outburst


Radars in Canada have just detected an outburst of Andromedid meteors. The unexpected outburst means that Earth has encountered a stream of debris from Biela’s Comet, a source of meteor storms in the 19th century
Telecoms customers saving millions as Ofcom rules bed in


More broadband and mobile customers are shopping around and signing up to better deals – and saving themselves millions of pounds

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