If you are looking for information on Ham Radio Satellite, I think you will find these pages useful. Though, due to time commitment and ongoing changes, I no longer keep an updated satellite list. Seems redundant as there are many online sources will I will link here.

If you are looking for get started or need a refresher on working satellites, check HERE.

If you are looking for information on the International Space Station (ISS) please visit HERE. Due it's nature, I felt it was best to keep is separate.

If you are looing for a way to log your satellite contacts in the field (for example when operating as a Rover) I now have a solution available for you at: amazon.com/dp/B0BTRQ3GMR

Please be sure to check out the other books and logbooks now available. Your purchase also helps to support this site.

For San Francisco Bay Area Ham Radio Repeaters, please visit the Repeater DataBase of this site. Also be sure to check the other frequency guides on this site.

One of the most common questions that I get on this website is how to log satellite contacts. In fact, I get this so often I have decided to create a video. Please see below! Frankly, I often find that many log these contacts wrong. At times they show up as terrestial contacts in eQSL or do not match up (do the the above) in LOTW. So below is a reftresher using ham radio deluxe, though others are basically the same.
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If you like the content here, you might just be interested in my new book:

For Information the International Space Station (ISS), please seem my dedicated page. The ISS is a whole different animal so I felt it should not be mixed in here.

Other websites with ACTIVE satellite lists and useful information:

If you find something incorrect, have an update, or if there is something you would like to see added to the site, drop me a line here. I like to keep things as up-to-date and as accurate as possible. Thank you! - Lucas / W6AER

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