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January 9th, 2014
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.
I wish to make satgate for ISS packet forwarding using UI-View32. Problem is that I can not connect to these servers:
After doing little researching on internet, I found that others also had similar problems and servers might be down, but no word about which server to use. Which is current working server?
December 31st, 2013
I have revisited an old project
- Andrew Vk4TEC -
Hi All, Is it my imagination or is the ISS signal strength getting worse?
Cheers Dave UZN
Say Happy Birth(Launch)day to ISS!
Today on 20th November 2013, International Space Station Completes 15 Years from the launch (launch dt. 20/11/1998).
NASA Celebrate this wonderful occasion. I also greets all ISS Fan Club members on this precious occasion.
LIVE LONG ISS...
Thanks & 73's
Rajesh P. Vagadia
ISS is football field sized man made satellite, in fact 3rd Brightest object in space (after Sun & Moon) which can be viewed with naked eye.
Sorry this is so long. I am not that knowledgeable about APRS and what I am trying to do which is tie UISS to SatGate to the Internet. I thnk I know the path from the time I send a packet to the ISS until it gets to the Internet, but not sure of parameters to make it happen.
My main questions/concerns
- I cannot connect to the APRS Host Server - SatGate.APRSIS.NET - See Below
- What should go in Filter on APRS IS Server Panel in SatGate?
- How do I know the correct port is being used by the correct module? - See Below
Hello everyone, today i managed to catch my first audio of the Soyuz just before arriving at the ISS while in orbit over the UK. Please see the following link.... (Comms are in Russian)
Not great but a first for me :-)
I know what the frequencies are but what is the most used frequencie?
Did you know there are hams in the new expedition 38 crew ?
I'm trying to contact iss using an handled 5 watt power radio and the original rubber antenna.
It's tehoretically possible?