Columbia’s Amateur Radio Club Makes Successful Contact with International Space Station

December 19, 2018

The Amateur Radio Club collaborated last summer with the Columbia Space Initiative (CSI) to create a mobile tracking and communications platform to communicate with satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO). Former astronaut and Columbia mechanical engineering professor Michael Massimino assisted the students in coordinating with NASA to arrange a contact with the International Space Station (ISS).

See the full article here on the CUEE web page.