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More spacial updates coming your way in the June 16 RAIN Report. Look up in the star-studded heavens most any night and you may get a glimpse of the International Space Station, home of ARISS, Amateur Radio on the International Space Station. AMSAT-NA, The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation, is likewise alive and well as you'll hear in this week's RAIN Report. We have two excerpts from the 2018 Dayton Hamvention AMSAT forum: The first voice you'll hear is Frank Bauer/KA3HDO, International Chairman of the ARISS committee as well as Vice President of Human Space Flights for AMSAT-NA. Our second speaker will give us the low-down on AMSAT's Fox cube sats; he's Jerry Buxton/N0JY, Vice President of Engineering for AMSAT-NA. [2018 18M] To read more about AMSAT go to amsat.org. The RAIN Report is copyright 1990-2018 RAIN, all rights are reserved. This hamcast updates Saturday mornings on therainreport.com; and is heard on international shortwave Saturday evenings in north America on WTWW out of Lebanon, TN. on 5.085 MHz. Hope you're going out to a local Field Day site June 23. KEEP ON HAMMING!