Introduction

This site will be the focal point for some of the best SSTV images received during Oct 2008 and beyond. Images will be downlinked by ISS on 145.800 MHz. To view some of the received images transmitted from the ISS check out the following Gallery Website . You may also submit images at that website as well.



In addition to SSTV image receptions, reports of planned amateur radio activity using SSTV will be provided.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

ARISS SSTV Commemorative Activity Coming Soon (July 2017)

All,
In commemoration of our 20th anniversary, the ARISS team is planning to transmit a set of 12 SSTV images that capture the accomplishments of ARISS over that time.  While still to be scheduled, we anticipate the SSTV
operation to occur around the weekend of July 15.  We are planning for at least a 2 day operation, but are working for a potential longer operation. Note that all of this tentative and may change based on crew scheduling and
ISS operations.

Starting with our first meeting in November 1996, our joint operations on Mir, becoming the first operational payload on ISS in November 2000 to our 1103rd school contact (so far), ARISS' accomplishments have been tremendous. We have touched the lives of many and inspired and educated countless students to pursue science, technology, engineering and math careers.

Please stay tuned as more details on our SSTV event will be communicated in the coming weeks.  Please spread the word.  And think about how you can get students in your area involved in capturing these images.  We would love to hear your stories on how that goes.

73,  Frank KA3HDO

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Frank H. Bauer, KA3HDO
ISS Ham Radio Program Manager & PI
ARISS International Chair
AMSAT V.P. for Human Spaceflight Programs

Monday, February 6, 2017

MAI-75 experiment to be active in February 2017

MAI-75 SSTV from ISS planned for Monday,  February 13 from 09:25-18:00 UTC and Tuesday, February 14 from 11:25-16:30 UTC. Passes are just the ones in range of Moscow. Presuming standard configuration with down link on 145.800 MHz and PD-180 (unconfirmed).

Feb. 13 UPDATE**
It appears that the experiment is having some issues as I have seen several reports of "nothing heard" during the time that the crew had activated the system. Hopefully the ground team can work out the problem and correct it before the experiment is activated on Feb 14.