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June 27th, 2013

Help with scanner antenna..please!

hello everybody. i am an extreme amateur at this stuff but i would like to listen to radio transmissions as the ISS passes over me. I have tried the last week but i am not sure of many things....1. is it still possible to hear the ISS with a scanner? if so, will the antenna work? do i need a better one to hear it? i heard static for about 10 seconds on the frequency 145.800 tonight. someone please be gracious and help a newbie learn!! :-)

* I have a Uniden bearcat BC345CRS Scanner.

thank you!!!!!

mattford84 – Thu, 2013 – 06 – 27 23:50

June 22nd


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Un abrazo y saludos cordiales a todos los
colegas del mundo. Miguel LW5DGM
Mar del Plata Argentina BBS ISS

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E20YJC – Sun, 2013 – 06 – 23 00:43


Can you tell me the frequencies used in EVA?

strat – Sat, 2013 – 06 – 22 17:03


I have just joined the fan club and am a little confused.
When I look up the times of passes then look at the aprs tracking they are different. I have listed my qth ok but when I am told its overhead its usually in a different park of the world
what am I doing wrong



mikeraw – Sat, 2013 – 06 – 22 13:38

June 21st


any special plans for the iss crew on the radio for field day, or the radio in repeater mode.. just wondering

kb0zuu – Sat, 2013 – 06 – 22 01:48

June 19th

the space shuttles journey into the beyond

The space shuttles the journey into the beyond



To understand the space shuttle we have to understand it’s history its victories and defeats


The space shuttles have are the most amazing space ships that
The world has ever known. They took off like a rocket and landed
Like an airplane. The space shuttles launched a total of 135 launches
134 were successful and 133 were successful during reentry. In total

griffinh – Wed, 2013 – 06 – 19 10:07

June 16th

52 Msg List Over Bangkok Thailand

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E20YJC – Mon, 2013 – 06 – 17 02:26

June 8th

June timelines?

Hi, It is now the 8th June and only 1st June timeline has been released on the NASA site for the ISS. Whetever is going on?

Cheers Dave G7UZN

Dave Dawson – Sat, 2013 – 06 – 08 08:42

June 5th

ISS over Athens (Greece) night sky.

An amazing clear pass last night (21:33) over Athens night sky, heavily light polluted.

The absence of clouds made the pass more enjoyable. A very bright "dot" crossing (50° max) in fast motion.

Got it on video with iPhone 4S camera app.

theodoros1978 – Thu, 2013 – 06 – 06 03:37

Photo of Italian astronaut Luca with 145Mhz Erricson HT and packet modem behind.

Hello issfanclub members.

I just saw a twitter photo of Italian ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano with a view at the 145Mhz Erricson -
HT + packet modem.

If your aprs beacons have been digipeated by RS0ISS than
you know now that your beacons have been trough this
amateur radio equipment in the ISS Columbus module.

73's Cor PD0RKC

pd0rkc – Wed, 2013 – 06 – 05 14:33