provide secondary schools (colleges) all over the country with the
necessary technical infrastructure to prepare students to take part in
the ARISS (Amateur Radio on International Space Station) programme.
This entails students preparing themselves in various scientific
branches such as maths, physics, geography etc, as well as languages,
for a radio connection with an amateur radio licensed astronaut on board
the ISS (International Space Station). Using up-to-date radio amateur
techniques, we let the general public taking part through medias such as
the Internet, radio, TV and the press.