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International Space Station Reference Ham Radio When astronauts, cosmonauts and mission specialists from many nations fly on the international space station, they will have amateur, or ham, radio as a constant companion. Since its first flight in 1983, ham radio has flown on more than two-dozen space shuttle missions. Dozens of astronauts have used the Space Shuttle Amateur Radio Experiment , or SAREX, to talk to thousands of kids in school and to their families on Earth while they were in orbit.
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