8 - 10 February ARISS/NOTA Slow Scan TV - SSTV Event !!

Discussion in 'Satellite and Space Communications' started by IW2BSF, Feb 3, 2019.

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  1. K3RLD

    K3RLD Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes! Signal strength was good starting at about 2 degrees. I should have at least one very good image..... I have to warm up first, before decoding.

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    Now that's an SSTV image!
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    Last edited: Feb 9, 2019
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  2. IW2BSF

    IW2BSF Ham Member QRZ Page

    I saw this in the ARISS group:

    Repair of equipment for SSTV transmission onboard the ISS

    09.02.2019 R4UAB

    Yesterday, February 8, 2019, the crew of the ISS switched on amateur radio equipment for the transmission of SSTV. But according to reports, the signal on Earth was very weak.

    At the moment, the transfer of SSTV from the ISS is stopped, the crew understands the causes of the breakdown....


    73 de IW2BSF Rudy


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  3. IW2BSF

    IW2BSF Ham Member QRZ Page

    in OUR Facebook ISS Fan club more and more SSTV image by all the world , Mexico, Philippines , USA,Russia etc. GREAT !



    this today for Commemoration of the continous 18 years of amateur radio tx on ISS .....


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  4. KL1T

    KL1T Ham Member QRZ Page

    Did this end slightly early? I received an image ending around 18:04. Heard a CW ID, then nothing else on the pass, another 5 minutes.
     
  5. WD9EWK

    WD9EWK Ham Member QRZ Page

    It might have ended early.

    I heard two pictures during the last pass, with the second picture ending around 1800 UTC. I haven't heard the CW ID during any of the passes this weekend, even when downlink signals were much weaker on Friday.
     
  6. IW2BSF

    IW2BSF Ham Member QRZ Page

    How have send the request to the AWARD ? have received or ?
     
  7. IW2BSF

    IW2BSF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Wow, now come to me my AWARD …



    is to celebrate the NASA On The Air and the 35th anniversary of the Amateur Radio on Human Spaceflight Missions. I am sending you your award in the attachment.

    The pictures on the diploma show three events and people associated with them:

    35 years ago, astronaut Owen Garriott, W5LFL took his amateur radio equipment into the Space on the Columbia STS-9 shuttle (November-December 1983). He became the first radioamateur to talk to hams while orbiting Earth. This event gave rise to the SAREX program (Shuttle Amateur Radio EXperiment, later called the Space Amateur Radio Experiment).

    Sergey Samburov, RV3DR is the Chief of Cosmonaut Amateur Radio Department, RSC Energia. Thirty years ago, he was the founder and head of the MAREX program (Mir Amateur Radio EXperiment) and MIREX (Mir International Amateur Radio EXperiment) which were formed to handle prescheduled Mir school contacts. He is currently the head of the Russian Segment amateur radio activity on the International Space Station.

    William Shepherd, KD5GSL commanded the first expedition on board the ISS in 2000-2001. Using the callsign NA1SS - Shepherd completed the first-ever ARISS contact on December 21, 2000. During a ten-minute radioamateur connection, he talked to 14 students of grades 1 to 8 plus a science and math teacher Rita Wright at Luther Burbank Elementary School near Chicago. We have recently celebrated the 18th anniversary of this event



    73 de IW2BSF - Rudy


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  8. VE3CGA

    VE3CGA XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    got mine very quickly, very nice
    I also thought it ended early I still got some pictures on 2 passes
    Darned home renos were interfering with radio hobby again

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