ISS SSTV Planned for December

Posted on Twitter from Amsat-UK and RF2Space.

ISS SSTV may be active on 145.800 MHz FM on December 8-9.

Seeing activities for MAI-75 on Dec 8 (12:35-1800) and Dec 9 (12:40-17:40) UTC. Times correspond to orbits over Moscow.

G7HCE – Tue, 2016 – 11 – 29 12:07

SSTV

Are they going to broadcast SSTV Dec 8 and Dec 9 as they pass around the world, or are they only going to turn it on over the Moscow passes?

Can we see something here on the east coast of the US ?

Submitted by wb3fkp on Tue, 2016-12-06 09:27.

Re: SSTV

It looks like the SSTV will be on continuous between dates and times shown Dec 8 (12:35-1800) and Dec 9 (12:40-17:40) UTC to cover orbits over Moscow. You will need to look at ISS passes to see if it's over your area during these time. Orbitron shows that it covers South America only during both days and not the east coast of US.

Try and configure your pc soundcard to downloading the images via these sites as shown.
Listen to the ISS when it is over Russia with the R4UAB WebSDR http://websdr.r4uab.ru/
Listen to the ISS when in range of London with the SUWS WebSDR http://websdr.suws.org.uk/

There's also an ARISS school contact in Italy December 8, 2016 at approximately 15:19 UTC. The downlink on UHF 437.525 MHz the same day on 145.800 the SSTV transmission so will be using both radios at same time.

Submitted by G7HCE on Tue, 2016-12-06 10:57.

sstv 8 y 9 diciembre

hola, estoy en argentina, y leo que las emisiones de sstv para esos dias son en orbitas rusas. Solo en esa zona se recibiran. O se podra por esta parte del mundo recibir sstv tambie.
Agradeceria informacion gracias pablocattaneo2011@gmail.com

Submitted by LU1EPC on Thu, 2016-12-01 11:40.

Re: sstv 8 y 9 diciembre

Orbitron muestra las pistas de ISS que cubren el sur de América durante estos tiempos también y sstv podría estar disponible en su área.

Submitted by G7HCE on Thu, 2016-12-01 12:26.

Questions from New Amateur

Since the VHF Digipeater has recently died, will it still transmit on 145.800 MHz? Or will it move the UHF?

Submitted by cdemi on Wed, 2016-11-30 16:32.

Radios on ISS

The ham radio in the Russian Segment is what supports the SSTV activity and also supports voice operations. SSTV will be on 145.800.
The radio in the Columbus module (USOS) is what supported VHF packet and Voice. The VHF radio has died and been replaced by the UHF radio and packet is now on 437.550.

Submitted by N5VHO on Wed, 2016-11-30 17:10.
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