Tag: Antarctica

ZS7ANF – Antarctica

[NEWS UPDATE] – Oleg ZS7ANF will be leaving for Cape Town on Wednesday 7th December and returns to Wolf’s Fang Runway on 17th January 2023. [OCTOBER 12, 2022] Oleg, ZS1ANF arrived Punta Arenas (Chile) on October...

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RI1ANC – Vostok Station, Antarctica

Alex, UG1A (ex-RD1AV) will again be active in his spare time from Vostok Base as RI1ANC starting approx December 10. Activity mostly in CW. Alex is the seasonal drill team leader at the base. QSL via RN1ON, CL OQRS, Direct,...

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KC4USV – McMurdo Station, Antarctica

NEWS UPDATE – Chris, W2RTO is now the operator at McMurdo Station, Ross Island AN-011. He arrived recently along with Tim KG5SBS. Logs will be sent regularly to QSL manager K7MT who will then upload to LoTW. APRIL 6, 2021...

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RI01ANT – Antarctica

NEWS UPDATE – On February 13, Alexey returned to Progress Station from Vostok. He plans to remain there until March 24, then one more return to both Novolazarevskaya base and Bellingshausen base before finally leaving...

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VP8DOI & VP8HAL – Halley VI Station

UPDATE –  Seba has instead been signing as VP8/SQ1SGB (not VP8HAL as he initially mentioned). Activity so far has been on 40 SSB.  QSL via EB7DX.  DECEMBER 30, 2020 – Seba SQ1SGB mentions that he (as VP8HAL) and...

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LU3HRS/Z – Belgrano II Base, Antarctica

Ramon, LU3HRS reports he is now active from Belgrano II Base, Coats Land, Antarctica during the 2020-2021 scientific research season. His exact locator is HB22qd. QRV mainly on 20m FT8-FT4-JT65 when time permits. QSL via LoTW or...

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VP8HAL – Halley VI Base, Antarctica

NEWS UPDATE –  Seba SQ1SGB will sail to Halley VI Base in December and hopes to be active for 5 weeks starting beginning of January 2021. Callsign might be SQ1SGB/VP8 (if VP8HAL is not be allowed due to the new strange...

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LU1ZG – Belgrano II Base, Antarctica

According to Henry, LU4DXU the Belgrano II Base in Antarctica (LU1ZG) is now active throughout October 2020. QRV mainly on FT8. QSL via LoTW or LU4AA. Keep an eye on W.A.P Worldwide Antarctica Program for any further info.

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