Archive - Aug 2011 - Forum topic
LU 5DFO saw again the ISS over La Plata cityafter sunset Sat 2011 - 08 - 06, from SW to ENE, from 22.02 to 22.09 ours UTC, 62 degree elevation, altitude 399 Km, speed 7670 m/s,minimum distance 451 Km, mag -3.4, not signals packet, with clear sky.-
Hello ... this morning i was calling cq over the transponder from RS01S, using 50 Watt in a 18-turn helix, here you can here how it was:
73 ... Hugo ON6HN
LU 5DFO saw again the ISS over La Plata city, after sunset,Fri 2011 - o8 - 05, from 23.00 to 23.04 ours UTC, 48 degree elevation, altitude 397 Km, speed 7672 m/s,minimum distance 534 Km, mag -2.3, not signals packet, with clear sky.
Did you know that the color of the callsign in the upper left of the image indicates which of the 4 cameras took the photo?
Reg callsign [-Y pointing camera, mirror reverses image].
Green callsign is the top view [+Z pointing camera] and sometimes has the 2 meter antenna in view.
Blue callsign is the bottom view [-Z pointing camera].
Magenta callsign [+Y pointing camera, mirror reverses image].
1 37772U 98067CK 11217.21207942 .00016502 00000-0 20151-3 0 26
2 37772 051.6391 273.9819 0013128 045.8900 022.9677 15.60501782 146
LU 5DFO saw again the ISS over La Plata city, after sunset Thu 2011 - 08 - 04, from 22.22 to 22.25 ours UTC, 31 degree elevation, altitude 400 Km, speed 7670 m/s, minimum distance 776 Km, mag -2.5, not signal packet, with clear sky.
How long will the ARISSat-1 satellite be close to the ISS. Will the pass times always be the same ?
Heard female voice with deep fading. Not a high pass, so it was difficult copy. I'll try for the secret word on the next pass, which should be higher!
It is unfortunate the way it was handled the micro satellite, we can say that being born died, now the only thing left is to be foolish in front of a TV screen just to see and hear can not interact with the satellite. Under which criterion chose these people to be up there is incredible but speaks very poorly of them.
Now we has to wait until next February! not credible!
The ARISSat- telemetry data from reports are being posted to http://www.arissattlm.org/mobile