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October 26th, 2012
i have heard packett tracfic 2:18 pm 10-26-2012
Voice report date Thu, 2012-09-27 11.02
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I'm working on some antennas for an ARISS contact early next year and I'm wondering what Antenna Polarization (RH or LH) I should be using?
Also, on UHF which is more prominent on the current sats? I'll set the antenna to RH or LH by default for the most popular.
The freqencies, on this page is that up to day, I ask because I have been told the have been some change at them.
Hi to all
I have find you with Powershell...
The Internet has en very big Book..
Her is my Participation:
Withe the evolution from the ISS over France.
Just en little video from Iss:
Have en nice day
Hi, I would be interested to know what aerials are used by you guys to receive the ISS. I am making a turnstile at the moment and would be interested to hear your comments about various types of aerials.
Cheers Dave G7UZN
I recently upgraded the signup procedure to block unwanted subscriptions performed by Spam bots and/or human Spammers.
In the past few days I don't see any more spam subscribers, but I saw spammers reactivating fake accounts that had been left dormant for months.
For this reason, I am about to drop 2451 accounts that are highly suspicious of being automatically registered by spamming networks. The criteria I used to identify them are:
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Hi folks, Valentin from Tsniimash has sent out emails.
ISS experiment E.T. Shadow is On for this weekend.
If you are part of the receiving teams, be aware.
ISS will be broadcasting beacons on the following times.
UTC 13/10/12 20.30 Beacon On.
UTC 13/10/12 20.50 Beacon Off.
UTC 14/10/12 18.00 Beacon On.
UTC 14/10/12 18.23 Beacon Off.
UTC 14/10/12 19.40 Beacon On.
UTC 14/10/12 20.00 Beacon Off.
The ISS will be above Europe during those times.
Hop to it folks. :-)
Record your data and send it in.
All the best, Kevin.
I have some knowledge of basic radio theory and would like to try listening to ISS.
I was thinking of buying a second-hand Icom PCR1000, but would be keen to hear any comments on what would be suitable without breaking the bank please.
Also, I have been reading about "egg-beater" type antennae for use with weather satellite reception, and wondered if this would be a good idea for ISS also.
Any advice would be gratefully received.
Many thanks......Mike (Cambridge - UK)
The deployment of five CubeSats from the International Space Station (ISS) is planned for Thursday, September 27 at around 1510 UT and will be broadcast live on the web http://www.ustream.tv/nasahdtv
Four of the CubeSats carry Amateur Radio payloads, they are F-1, FITSAT-1, WE-WISH and TechEdSat. Further information and frequencies at http://www.uk.amsat.org/?p=10119