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Spotlight Archive

October 2005

Items of interest highlighted on the home page.

Welcome to HobbySpace. the site that will prove to you that everyone can participate in space exploration and development in one way or another.
A Space Hobby in the Spotlight

Sergei Treshev on ISS ham radio
Cosmonaut Sergei Treschev talks on the ISS amateur radio
during Expedition Five.

Amateur Radio on the ISS (ARISS): The International Space Station holds ham radio transceivers for residents of the station to talk to amateur radio enthusiasts on earth, to student groups, to friends and family. Check out the ISS Fan Club, which is devoted to ham radio communications with the ISS.

Find more about the ARISS program and similar activities in the Space Radio section.

Space Artist Spotlight
2001: A Space Odyssey poster
Robert McCall
Space Music of the Month

Rhysling & Me
(Requiem for the
Magnificent Dream)

Michael Taht - 1993
Previous space music
in the spotlight

It's a Whole New Space Out There
Cassini composite image of Saturn
"The Greatest Saturn Portrait Yet"
Composite of 126 images taken by Cassini of Saturn.
Find links to space image galleries in Multiple Media
Armadillo hover test
Armadillo hover test
See RLV & Space Transport News for the latest in entrepreneurial space development.

John Phillips in Orlan spacesuit
SuitSat
An Orlan spacecuit like this one will be cast out of the ISS in December packed with an amateur radio band transmitter. It will broadcast messages and SSTV to students and hams on earth. See ARRL article

More about student and amateur satellite projects in Satellite Building.

Real-Time Space Viewers
Earth Viewer
Earth
Weather maps, remote sensing
and spysat images.
Space Weather Viewer
Space Weather
Sun, solar wind, aurora images
and the latest data

Space Explorer Viewer
Space Explorers
Images and data from
deep space probes.

See the archive of previous HobbySpace homepage Spotlight items ...
September
- November

HobbySpace provides over 15,000 space links and
has delivered over
4,993,000 page views since
January 1999.

The Art of C. Sergent Lindsey
NewSpace Watch at NSG

 

 

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