Mission: Facilitates Secure Amateur Radio Communications
for Manned Space Missions


International Earth Spacecraft
Calling and Emergency
432.100 Mhz. FM Simplex DCS 226
Astronaut Use Only

Spacenet One provides receive audio only of NASA Two Way Radio Communications, Space to Ground 1 & 2 is open to the public and Space to Ground 3 & 4 is Private. To monitor conditions aboard the International Space Stations and other manned NASA space missions. The *FLORIDA* server / data reflector is located at Colorado Springs, Colorado . With no management or technical issues. This communication network has military grade security with full automatic redundancy.

Please list your amateur radio earth station by ICAO Code to Your nearest International Airport. Denver International Airport for example:K4RTV-L KDEN

This is important for quick situational awareness of location of the amateur radio space to ground earth station in operation and provides recorded evidence for who, what, where, and when data for The United States Federal Government, in case of a unlikely manned space mission communications emergency, and the astronauts go for the Amateur "HAM" Radio on ISS or elsewhere. This system is under United States Government Jurisdiction.

The sponsoring agencies have stated that they consider access to a Ham Radio System a requirement for psychological support of the crews, by providing family and general contacts for people who will be in space several years at a time with a permanent base on the Earth's MOON and on the Planet MARS.

As the international space station takes its place in the heavens, The AMSAT Amateur Radio Community is prepared to do its part by helping to enrich the experience of those visiting and living on the station and elsewhere.

This is a Great Place to get started for "Well Built Commercial Quality" Amateur Radio
Low Earth Orbit and Deep Space Antennas.

The Objective of This Earth to Space Radio Network is to be

OPEN to the Licensed Amateur Radio Community of Earth

To Construct and Operate Your Own Amateur Radio "Earth Station" for Manned Space Missions

To keep the *FLORIDA* Network QUITE for all manned space missions and all of the stations listening and retransmitting the *FLORIDA* Network on there Radio Repeater or Link Radio Simplex system.

This is Not a Social Media Network or for those that are Seeking Attention

The Official Language of NASA is English, as well as on the *FLORIDA* Conference Server.

This is how you put your Respective Radio Repeater or Link Station on [listen only]

Go to the Tools Section of your Echolink Software Program and click on listen only, It's That Simple

It is Permitted to conference to this network as long you have your system in [listen only] and
"Don't Cause Any Interference to This Network"

"Users being MUTED " is Not to be taken as a act of aggression towards users of the system but a Ounce of Prevention against possible Interference, because the Android Echolink operating system does not have the listen only function and is not for Radio Interface.

If you are a Verified Earth Station in 24 / 7 Operation, You Are Exempt from the "QUITE" Policy to conduct general conversation about the Amateur Radio Space Program About NASA / AMSAT and operating on the Spacenet One Network.
The Spacenet One Network Operational Policy is Enforced with Electronic Countermeasures.

Here On the Echolink *FLORIDA* Network Please...

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