Amateur satellite organizations (AMSAT) around the world have been active throughout the Space Age, up to and including building their own satellites and finding launches for them. Among new videos showing what the busy bees of AMSAT-UK have been up to:
"- FUNcube, the new AMSAT-UK linear transponder satellite project By Graham Shirville G3VZV
- AMSAT-NA Update By Drew Glasbrenner KO4MA
- AMSAT-DL Update By Peter Guelzow DB2OS
- Electronics and Teddy Bears: A Near-Space Adventure" By Ed Moore M0TEK and Fergus Noble M0NBL, Cambridge University Spaceflight
- Engineers Wanted! Tempting Teenagers to Explore Technology By Garry Bulmer, Software Architect
- Medium Earth Orbits By David Bowman G0MRF"
These chronicle presentations at the AMSAT-UK Colloquium in Guildford.
Jolly good show, chaps!
TWO DAYS TO THE CONFERENCE ON SMALL SATELLITES