During 1996, a group of amateur radio operators involved in the communications with the MIR Space Station, decided to join into the "Mir Fan Club". In a very short time over 1200 enthusiasts from all over the world asked to participate, including Cosmonaut Valery Korzun, while leading crew #22. Nowdays MIR is not flying anymore, but here we are again with the same spirit and the same enthusiasm for the ISS, the new International Space Station.

ISS SSTV - 4X4LF - Kissufim Israel - Recorded 2015/07/18 2114UTC

Low pass (max elevation 3.7 deg) - noisy picture.

4X4LF Locator KM71eh

Receiver: Kenwood TS-790A

Antenna: Diamond X-300

ISS SSTV - 4X4LF - Kissufim Israel - Recorded 2015/07/18 2114UTC
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4X4LF – Sat, 2015 – 07 – 18 16:39

SSTV 18.39 UTC 18/7/2015 INDIA. VU2JYU

SSTV IMAGE DECODED
18.39 UTC ON 18/07/2015
QTH- ALAPPUZHA,KERALA,INDIA
antenna- j pole
rig- icom ic 2200h
73
DE VU2JYU JAYAN

SSTV 18.39 UTC 18/7/2015 INDIA. VU2JYU
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JayanU – Sat, 2015 – 07 – 18 15:11

Apollo-Soyuz mission on 2015-07-18

My first received SSTV.

Apollo-Soyuz mission on 2015-07-18
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HS3UKA – Sat, 2015 – 07 – 18 13:44

ARISS SSTV July 18-19 to Commmemorate 40th Anniversary of the Apollo- Soyuz Mission

ARISS SSTV Images to Commmemorate 40th Anniversary of the Apollo-
Soyuz Mission

40 years ago this week, the historic joint Apollo-Soyuz mission was
conducted. Apollo-Soyuz (or Soyuz-Apollo in Russia) represented the
first joint USA-Soviet mission and set the stage for follow-on Russia-
USA space collaboration on the Space Shuttle, Mir Space Station and
the International Space Station. The Soyuz and Apollo vehicles were
docked from July 17-19, 1975, during which time joint experiments and
activities were accomplished with the 3 USA astronauts and 2 Soviet

bring – Tue, 2015 – 07 – 14 11:20

Contact between WWII veterans from Kursk in Russia with RS0ISS - Gennady Padalka (RN3DT).

Contact between WWII veterans from Kursk in Russia with RS0ISS - Gennady Padalka (RN3DT).
The contact is in russian. Good pass for my QTH in JN77sn in Austria.

Beginning of the reception in JN77sn: 08:19:29 UTC at 35° Elevation
End of the reception in JN77sn: 08:24:25 UTC at 3° Elevation

73 to ALL de Christian.

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WWII veterans Kursk Russia with RS0ISS - Gennady Padalka (RN3DT)

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SWL-CHMY – Sat, 2015 – 05 – 09 04:04

The best ISS / Ham Radio ad - ever -

ISS Amateur Radio

I'm sure that what you see in this video looks pretty familiar to many of you because that's exactly what happened to many of us, myself included. Ironically, the link was suggested to me by Maryam 9K2MD, a young girl from Kuwait who got her ham radio license for the sole purpose of talking to Sergey Krikalev (onboard ISS) and eventually succeeded in doing so.

alain – Sun, 2015 – 03 – 08 10:48

Samantha talking to Italian school

Samantha talking with an Italian school, heard and recorded in Florence by i5fip.

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pierofirenze – Sat, 2015 – 03 – 07 11:11

SSTV Activity from the ISS scheduled for February 21st, 22nd, 23rd

ARISS

ARISS NEWS RELEASE no. 15-05

Tuesday, February 17, 2015
David Jordan, AA4KN
ARISS PR
aa4kn@amsat.org

SSTV Activity from the ISS is scheduled for February-Update

alain – Thu, 2015 – 02 – 19 23:45

Russian SSTV Images from the ISS

ARISS

ARISS NEWS RELEASE no. 15-02

Thursday, Jan.29, 2015
David Jordan, AA4KN
aa4kn@amsat.org

Russian SSTV Images from the ISS
This Weekend
Russian SSTV transmissions are planned from the International Space Station on Saturday, January 31 and Sunday, February 1. The transmit frequency will be 145.800. The expected mode is PD180 producing a high quality image with a frame scan of 187 seconds.

alain – Thu, 2015 – 01 – 29 22:45

ISS transmitting SSTV images.

Hello radio friends,

Russian ISS crew started transmitting SSTV images.
Amateur radio operators from several different countries have received SSTV images from ISS.
Some of them have sended their received SSTV images to the ARISS SSTV gallery:
http://www.spaceflightsoftware.com/ARISS_SSTV/index.php

If you have received SSTV images please send them via the ARISS SSTV submission page:
http://www.spaceflightsoftware.com/ARISS_SSTV/submit.php

We may not be able to display every image because of quality or duplication.
But we keep them in the archieve for futher investigation.

pd0rkc – Thu, 2014 – 12 – 18 09:53
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