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.

Friday, July 21, 2017

Anniversary image descriptions

Since all of the images have now been received, here is a little description of the various photos included in each image.
Descriptions Left to Right and top to bottom: 1) Sergei Krikalev and Musa Manarov aboard Mir Space Station, 2) SAREX Crew of STS-71, 3) "RADIO" magazine, 4) Attendees of first ARISS meeting in Houston, TX (1996), 5) Marquee outside the hotel for the first ARISS meeting.
Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) Mir Space Station, 2) Jerry Linenger aboard Mir, 3) first components of the International Space Station (ISS), 4) ARISS meeting attendees in Surrey, UK (1998)

Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) Sergei Krikalev in the FGB of the ISS, 2) International Space Station, 3) Sergey Samburov - RV3DR, 4) Frank Bauer - KA3HDO and Lou McFadin - W5DID, 5) ARISS meeting at Goddard Space Flight Center (2000).

Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) Russian Service Module (SM) on ISS, 2) Sergei Treschev with one of the ARISS antennas, 3) Yury Onufrienko with a couple of the ARISS antennas, 4) Photo of all 4 ARISS antennas that are now mounted on the Russian Service module.

Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) Alexander Kaleri at the mic of the Kenwood D700 in the SM, 2) Mike Foale at the mic of the D700, 3) The Kenwood D700 and VC-H1, 4) ARISS attendees at the AMSAT Symposium in Arlington, VA (2004), 5) ARISS attendees at AMSAT-UK colloquium in Surrey, UK (2005)

Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) Valeri Tokarev assembling SuitSat-1, 2) Bill McArthur on the D700 in the SM, 3)Image transmitted by SSTV from SuitSat-1, 4) SuitSat-1 inside the ISS. 5) ARISS attendees at the Canadian Space Agency, 6) ARISS attendees at AMSAT Symposium in San Francisco, CA (2006)

Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) Pavel Vinogradov  at the D700 for SSTV operations. 2).  

Samantha Cristoforetti using the Ericsson radio in the Columbus (COL) module. 3) Paolo Nespoli  using the Ericsson radio in COL. 4) ARISS attendees in front of the COL mock up at ESTEC in The Netherlands  5) ARISS attendees at ESTEC in The Netherlands (2009)


Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) ARISSat-1 just after deployment, 2)  Oleg Skripochka,  Alexander Kaleri and Dimitri Kondratyev with ARISSat-1, 3) Received collection of 6  live SSTV images from ARISSat-1, 4) Attendees at ARISS meeting at ESTEC in The Netherlands (2014), 5) SSTV image loaded into ARISSat-1 when no earth view was present.

Descriptions L-R and top to bottom: 1) Tom Marshburn using the Ericsson in COL, 2) Tim Peake using Ham TV from COL, 3) Randy Bresnik installing the VHF/UHF antenna on COL, 4) Collection of 3 photos showing students talking to crew members on the ISS.

Descriptions clockwise starting from top left corner: 1) Koichi Wakata at the mic of the D700 in the SM, 2) Sunita Williams at the mic of the D700 in the SM, 3) ARISS attendees at the meeting in Tokyo Japan, 4) Presentation to JAXA near their mission control in Tsukuba.

Descriptions clockwise starting from top left corner: 1) Mike Fincke and Yuri Lonchakov  posing with the Kenwood D700, 2) Mike Fincke and Richard Garriott, 3) Richard Garriott in the SM with the D700, 4) ARISS attendees at the 20th Anniversary meeting in Houston, TX (2016)

Descriptions clockwise starting from top left corner: 1) Thomas Pesquet, 2) Fyodor Yurchikhin at the mic of the D700 in the SM, 3) Anousheh Ansari at the mic of the D700 in the SM, 4) 20th Anniversary ARISS support award, 5) Rosalie White, Matt Bordelon and Frank Bauer during award presentation 6) Anousheh Ansari in Moscow.