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The Russian ARISS team members plan to activate SSTV from the International Space Station on Thursday, December 18 and Saturday, December 20, 2014
Expected SSTV mode will be PD180 on 145.800 MHz with 3 minute off periods between transmissions.
A total of 12 different photos will be sent during the operational period.
Start time would be around 14:20 UT on December 18 and 12:40 UT on December 20.
The transmissions should terminate around 21:30 UT each day.
SpaceX will be launching to the this week and delays in the launch could change SSTV
hi at all, i new and beginner to ISS contact...
some questions about:
1) frequency to rx is 145,800 ok ?
what is 145,550 mhz is used or not ?
2) i try in the future to contact the Italian woman OM
yesterday in the ISS, but when it call to hert used
his callsign of the callsign of ISS ? if yes what is ?
3) what time used in the ISS for work in the day and sleep in night ? USA time or Russina time or ?
4) in how mode i say that the woman aboard iss is free to sked and contact om in Europe (italy) ? there is a web site or ?
tnx and best 73 iw2gjv
well its that time again the expedition 40/41 crew is preparing to leave the station what a great expedition it has been reid and alex sharing everything on twitter for all of us lets go over the highlights we had Cygnus dock to the station a dragon an atv also two progresses the Cygnus blew up during launch it would have docked last week the crew went on many spacewalks reid two alex one and max one this mission will come to an end November 9th after 160+ days in space the station will be under the command of barry willmore until march.
SWL ARISS QSO WITH 9M2RPN Sekolah Kebangsaan, Putrajaya, Malaysia
By HS7ZSX NK92xn 1/11/2014 11.19-11.22 UTC
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I have never tried to contact the ISS before, I have the frequencies but I have been told that you have to book a time to try and contact them is this so and how do you book a time if it is
Thanks in advance
can you please confirm the latest mail address for QSL cards re on board ISS BBS Packet contact.
73 de Ken,
My name is Donevin Kelly. I am a 16 year old South African, studying in Bishkek Kyrgyzstan. I am a licensed Radio Amateur Operator. I have been trying many times to contact the ISS, yet I seem to be having some problems.
I wanted to use Xastir as a SatGate for my area.
However instead of gating packets from the ISS it's gating packets being sent/addressed to the ISS.
It doesn't gate anything it hears from the ISS and instead is just gating terrestrial hams trying to contact the iss.
Do I need to use a specific server or something?
All the information I've seen appears to be really outdated.
I created files sat information to update the directory notes of Orbitron to have for example the frequency information of the sat.
Find the file here :
Place these files in the 'Notes' directory of Orbitron
Have a nice day
I am aware of the frequencies used during Russian spacewalks but I am wondering if it is possible to tune into the US spacewalks too?
I have looked around the site but can't see the frequencies or any other information about it listed.
Can anyone help?