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QSL Card for ISS Reception

Clint Bradford
 

Did you know you can receive (pun intended) a QSL card for merely receiving signals from the ISS?

You do not need to complete a voice contact with an astronaut ... If you simply receive signals, or receive 
SSTV or packet - you can acquire a QSL card!

Per the ARISS.org Web site - 

Please send your QSL report by mail  to the address of the office listed below for your region. Include in your QSL report: date, time in UTC, frequency and mode (voice, packet or sstv). If you wish to receive a card, you must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with proper postage or with sufficient International Reply Coupons (at least 2 IRCs). 

Email addresses listed below are provided for inquiries only-- you must apply for QSL cards by mail.

Send your QSL cards or reports to one of the following addresses: 

USA:
Bruce Hunter, W6WW
ARISS USA QSL Manager
13436 Lakota Road
Apple Valley CA 92308
Email

Canada and the Americas, except USA:
Radio Amateurs of Canada
ARISS QSL
720 Belfast Road, Suite 217
Ottawa Ontario
K1G 0Z5

Europe, Africa and the Middle East:

Christophe Candébat , F1MOJ
ARISS Europe QSL Manager
19 Chemin des Escoumeilles
66820 Vernet les Bains
France
Email


Japan, Asia, Pacific and Australia:
ARISS Japan QSL
JARL International Section
Otsuka HT Bldg.
3-43-1 Minamiotsuka
Toshima-ku
Tokyo 170-8073
JAPAN

Russia:
Alexander Davydov, RN3DK
Novo - Mytishchinsky prospekt 52 - 111
Mytishchi 18, Moskovskaya obl.
141018, RUSSIA
Email


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