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20th of ARISS – SSTV received at Argentina, South America. 21-07-2017



20th Anniversary of ARISS – SSTV series



ARISS Celebrates it’s 20th Anniversary through SSTV Event


In commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of ARISS, a Slow Scan Television (SSTV) event is planned for Thursday, July 20 starting around 21:25 UTC. The event plans to feature images from ARISS activities both past and present. This opportunity should cover most of the world during the operation period.
The event plans to use a computer on the ISS Russian Segment, which stores images that are then transmitted to Earth using the ham radio, specifically the onboard Kenwood TM D710 transceiver. Those receiving the images can post them at https://ariss-sstv.blogspot.com/ for viewing by the public.
The 20 year history of ARISS will be displayed through a collection of 12 unique images sharing the amazing accomplishments of ARISS over the last two decades. SSTV signals will be sent to earth at 145.80 MHz using FM. The SSTV mode of transmission is expected to be PD 120 (PD 180 may be a second option). The event is expected to continue over a two day period.
Since it’s inception, Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) has provided students an opportunity, through ham radio, to engage in conversation with orbiting astronauts and inspired many to seek careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Consider how you might inspire students in your area through this chance to capture images directly from space to their computers.

Please note that the event, and any ARISS event, is dependent on other activities, schedules and crew responsibilities on the ISS and are subject to change at any time.
While preparations are being finalized please check for new and the most current information on the AMSAT.org and ARISS.org websites, the AMSAT-BB@amsat.org, the ARISS facebook at Amateur Radio On The International Space Station (ARISS) and ARISS twitter @ARISS_status for the latest information on this event.


next QB50 deployment


ATLANTIS	436.390MHz		9k6 FSK	       heard	
AALTO-2		437.335MHz		CW	       heard
EXALTA		436.705MHz		4k8 GMSK       heard
AOXIANG-1	436.150MHz		9k6 GMSK
BEEAGLESAT	437.370MHz		CW/9k6 FSK
QBITO		436.810MHz		9k6 FSK
SUSAT		436.775MHz		CW/9k6 FSK

QB50 deployment


DUTHSAT		436.420MHz	1k2 BPSK	heard
LILACSAT-1	436.510MHz	9k6 BPSK	heard
NSIGHT		435.900MHz	9k6 FSK	        heard

NJUST-1		436.570MHz	1k2/9k6 BPSK	heard
CHALLENGER	437.510MHz	9k6 FSK	        heard
UNSW-ECO	436.525MHz	9k6 FSK	        not heard

NRCSD#11 cubesats – doppler vs time



NRCSD #11 – Cubesat status


16 May 2017 08:25 UTC 
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SOMP-2			437.405MHz	9k6 FSK	    not heard	
HAVELSAT		436.845MHz	CW	    heard
Columbia		437.055MHz	9k6 FSK	    heard

16 May 2017 11:55 UTC
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SGSat (KySat3)		437.450MHz	9k6 FSK	    ?
CXBN-2 			437.075MHz	1k2 GFSK    ?
IceCube (EARTH-1)		-		

17 May 2017 01:45 UTC
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PHOENIX			436.915MHz	9k6 FSK	    heard
X-CubeSat		437.020MHz	1k2 AFSK    heard
QBEE			435.800MHz	9k6 FSK	    heard

18 May 2017 01:00 UTC 
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ZA-AeroSat		437.195MHz	1k2 BPSK    not heard
LINK			436.030MHz	1k2 BFSK    heard

18 May 2017 04:15 UTC 
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CSUNSat1		437.400MHz	CW (FM)	    heard

18 May 2017 08:25 UTC 
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UPSat			435.765MHz	9k6 FSK	    heard
SpaceCube		436.880MHz	1k2 AFSK    heard
Hoopoe			437.740MHz	9k6 BPSK    heard

ISS NRCSD#11 Cubesat Deployment


01:00 UTC Fifth Deployment
08:30 UTC Seventh Deployment


ISS NRCSD#11 Cubesat Deployment


01:40 UTC Third Deployment