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More ISS SSTV

Clint Bradford
 

Details coming ...

Mike Rupprecht @dk3wn Tweeted: 
Next ARISS SSTV Event 11 to 14 April 2019, 145.800MHz

Clint Bradford
 

A separate event may occur April 1-2 - but for passes over Moscow. NOT to be confused 
with the mid-April event!

Clint Bradford
 

From Rudy on the early-April event -

 
From the ISS of 1 and 2 April 2019, they will transmit images to SSTV as part of the Inter-MAI-75 experiment

R4UAB reports that the SSTV images will be transmitted by the Russian ISS 145,800 MHz FM service module using Kenwood TM-D710 and PD-120.


Scheduled between 1400-1900 GMT on Monday and Tuesday 1 and 2 April.

"Inter-MAI-75" - an experiment aimed at combining the efforts of educational universities and amateur radio operators in Russia and the United States to develop technology and tools in astronauts and astronauts in the study and development of the ISS management process, in addition to various methods of transmission and various types of information transmitted (text, voice and telemetry information, black and white and color photos and video from explosions, etc.), obtained by amateur radio examinations on board the ISS.

Available SSTV images transmit at a frequency of 145.800 MHz with a Kenwood TM-D710 transceiver. They are expected to use the SSTV PD-120 format.

Program:
• Monday 1 April 2019 from ~ 14:0019:00 UTC
• Tuesday 2 April 2019 from ~ 14: 0019:00 UTC


WEBSDR receiver: http://websdr.r4uab.ru/

73 of IW2BSF - Rudy

Brad Smith
 

Will this event be available in the U.S?

Brad KC9UQR 

Sent from Brad’s iPad

On Mar 26, 2019, at 3:57 PM, Clint Bradford via Groups.Io <clintbradford@...> wrote:

From Rudy on the early-April event -

 
From the ISS of 1 and 2 April 2019, they will transmit images to SSTV as part of the Inter-MAI-75 experiment

R4UAB reports that the SSTV images will be transmitted by the Russian ISS 145,800 MHz FM service module using Kenwood TM-D710 and PD-120.


Scheduled between 1400-1900 GMT on Monday and Tuesday 1 and 2 April.

"Inter-MAI-75" - an experiment aimed at combining the efforts of educational universities and amateur radio operators in Russia and the United States to develop technology and tools in astronauts and astronauts in the study and development of the ISS management process, in addition to various methods of transmission and various types of information transmitted (text, voice and telemetry information, black and white and color photos and video from explosions, etc.), obtained by amateur radio examinations on board the ISS.

Available SSTV images transmit at a frequency of 145.800 MHz with a Kenwood TM-D710 transceiver. They are expected to use the SSTV PD-120 format.

Program:
• Monday 1 April 2019 from ~ 14:0019:00 UTC
• Tuesday 2 April 2019 from ~ 14: 0019:00 UTC


WEBSDR receiver: http://websdr.r4uab.ru/

73 of IW2BSF - Rudy

Fred Hillhouse
 

Hi Brad,

 

No. There is another event later is April that is planned.

 

In Orbitron, the beginning and end times can be entered for your location. I just did my location for grins and there were no passes.

 

Best regards,

Fred N7FMH

 

 

From: Work-Sat@groups.io [mailto:Work-Sat@groups.io] On Behalf Of Brad Smith via Groups.Io
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 5:34 PM
To: Work-Sat@groups.io
Subject: Re: [Work-Sat] More ISS SSTV

 

Will this event be available in the U.S?

 

Brad KC9UQR 

Sent from Brad’s iPad


On Mar 26, 2019, at 3:57 PM, Clint Bradford via Groups.Io <clintbradford@...> wrote:

From Rudy on the early-April event -

 

From the ISS of 1 and 2 April 2019, they will transmit images to SSTV as part of the Inter-MAI-75 experiment

R4UAB reports that the SSTV images will be transmitted by the Russian ISS 145,800 MHz FM service module using Kenwood TM-D710 and PD-120.


Scheduled between 1400-1900 GMT on Monday and Tuesday 1 and 2 April.

"Inter-MAI-75" - an experiment aimed at combining the efforts of educational universities and amateur radio operators in Russia and the United States to develop technology and tools in astronauts and astronauts in the study and development of the ISS management process, in addition to various methods of transmission and various types of information transmitted (text, voice and telemetry information, black and white and color photos and video from explosions, etc.), obtained by amateur radio examinations on board the ISS.

Available SSTV images transmit at a frequency of 145.800 MHz with a Kenwood TM-D710 transceiver. They are expected to use the SSTV PD-120 format.

Program:
• Monday 1 April 2019 from ~ 14:0019:00 UTC
• Tuesday 2 April 2019 from ~ 14: 0019:00 UTC


WEBSDR receiver: http://websdr.r4uab.ru/

73 of IW2BSF - Rudy


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Clint Bradford
 

Original plan was for this early-April event to be for Moscow and vicinity ...

But it wouldn’t hurt to monitor ... Just in case the radio is left ON “accidentally” in between the two scheduled sessions!

Clint Bradford
 

Nothing exciting for Southern California 7am-Noon eithernif those two days ...