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Re: ARISS images



Yes..that is what happened here in Michigan...1st half of the 18:13 UTC 
pass was silent, then the CW intro and it about blew me out of my 
chair..dont recall hearing sigs that strong from ISS recently.  Got the 
first two pix very clearly.. one in Robot36  the second in Martinn1.  I 
only got about 1/8 of the last one as ISS was setting.

And all on a J pole at 10'  to a TM241.  Couldn't get any simpler or 
cheaper.

What a great time!  Cant wait for more.

Curt

KU8L
EN82hi

John Marranca, Jr wrote:
> Good Afternoon, all.
>
> What fun receiving the images from the ISS!  At the start of the 1819z pass,
> there was a short DTMF burst that was so loud that I though one of the
> locals was doing it.  After hearing "RS0ISS" in CW, I received the images!
>
> The strength of the signals reminded me of what U5MIR sounded like in the
> 90's.
>
> Thanks to the ARISS team for putting this together.
>
> 73 de John KB2HSH
>
>   

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