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April 23rd, 2014
"The ARISS amateur radios on ISS will be powered off for several days to support the progress undock/redock test and the EVA." EVA: Extra-Vehicular Activity
Since August 2013 HAMTV equipment is on-board ISS. This equipment allow now to receive directly Ham video and audio from ISS. Last Commissioning has been made 13 April 2014 with success. This forum needs now a HAMTV TV section inside Amateur Radio menu.
You can see how I received the video with Koichi Wakata speaking to us. I was receiving real time video during 5mn 45sec. A wonderful experience! You can watch the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpFzbKvK1pk
HamTV is an ARISS project, so will be used now for school contact with ISS
Going through my QSL cards I notice quite a few amateurs have ISSFan Club Member # on their cards. I didn't think
that there were any member #s. IS THERE?
ISS Fan Club says my location is Little Rock, which it isn't, but then says "click here" to change it. A box comes up telling me to type my location in, and hit search. So far, so good. It finds my location, and for some reason wants me to click on it (an unnecessary step), and when I do the mouse pointer turns into a fist and I can do no more.
This is obviously a broken interface. Can anyone tell me how I can set my location by simply entering a latitude and longitude? Either that, or when the graphical version is expected to work again?
Hallo Satfans the Sattracker Orbitron www.stoff.pl
is a perfect Trackingsoftware.I have this Soft many Weeks.
The Software is Free/Cardware by OM Stoff from Poland.73 de Manfred DE1MGS
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