This page will be maintained by multiple volunteers, including myself, and we will be able to add and delete satellites as required, as well as keep information links current. It will take a few days to populate the database, but please begin using this page as soon as possible. In the near future the old page will point to this one for a while, until people get used to the new address.
There are still some satellites to add and delete, so this will be a work in progress for a bit. First and foremost we will delete the reentered sats, and add Fox-1A for next Thursday [Oct 8]!
73, Drew KO4MA
AMSAT VP Operations
OSCAR Satellite Status Page http://www.amsat.org/status
Online satellite orbital predictions http://www.amsat.org/amsat-new/tools/predict/
Source : AMSAT UK
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