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March 17th, 2014
I did a path prediction of the ISS Over Lebanon using http://www.n2yo.com/passes/?s=25544
during this month the expected time of the ISS covering Lebanon was at 4~5 AM ( UTC+2 )
I thought the ISS will be in sleeping mode.
Please if you can gave me suggestion to achieve a contact with ISS for University activity purpose
Silencio Argentina.- 73 de Luis
Expedition 38 has just wrapped up after 4 months the expedition 37/38 crew lands soon they leave behind expedition 39 crew the 37/38 crew has been in space for 6 months 166 days Oleg Kotov handed command to the ISS today Koichi Wakata iis the first Japanese commander of the ISS and will stay commander of ISS until may 14 all in all expedition 38 was a good expedition good luck to both crews as the expedition 38 crew lands and the 39 crew continues ISS operations
Thank You SouthGate!
anyone have any new information, or tracking keps for the cubsats that were launched fromn the ISS last week ? all i could find is a youtube video here
hola soy de mar del plata, argentina, tengo un handy baofeng y no logro escuchar (la señal de packet) el paso de la iss por mi qth , no se si esta apagada o si con mi handy solamente no alcanza. si alguien sabe o puede sugerir, gracias. LU1EPC
I have problems with my browser (Google Chrome), I can´t see the ISS position in upper left corner. I also trying with IE 8.0 with the same efect. I need any special plug-in or configuration?
Thank you very much.
I developed the ISS-Above and it is a little device that lights up whenever the ISS is making a pass over / near your location (it also provides more extensive information via an in-built web server and you can also add an LCD display to it if you want).
It's already running perfectly at over 20 locations worldwide and you can now get one yourself by becoming a backer on the Kickstarter that is running until Feb 27th 2014.
Also more information on my web site
I am Ground Station Team member of COEP's student satellite mission 'Swayam'(www.coep.org.in/csat).Our Ground Station is functional with uplink and downlink capabilities and is equipped with Kenwood TS2000(having a built-in TNC) transceiver and Yeasu G5500 rotor system.
Wow what a site, at first I thought I was watching ISS fly over, but it was off track a bit and rather small, then I realized I was watching another smaller satellite much higher up, then I looked to the SW and there was ISS right on cue, it was beautiful, a perfectly clear nite here in South Jersey, I love my Spot the Station emails.