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  • AMRAD-OSCAR-27 - aka EYESAT-1 launched in 1993 one of six satellites that was launched together on a Ariane V59
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  • Amsat Oscar-10 - W4SM's AO-10 Unofficial web page
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  • AO-27 official site - This site contains the most up-to-date information on AO-27 that can be found. It is updated by the control operators who run the satellite.
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  • Fuji-2/OSCAR-20 - Fuji-OSCAR-20 is the second in a series of Japanese Amateur communications satellites having both analog and digital Mode J transponders
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  • Fuji-OSCAR 20 - Present Status of Fuji-OSCAR 20
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  • JAS-2 - JAS-2 is prepared to succeed the communication of JAS-1b launched in February 1990 and still working. So JAS-2 is also capable of phone,CW and packet BBS.
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  • P3-D Spacecraft: Overview - Overview of the Phase 3-D satellite project
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  • Radio Sputnik 15 - Information about the radio sputnik 15 satellite
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