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Re: Are you ready for SSTV from ISS?



Hi all

I was testing my equipment at 16:57 UTC for the
scheduled ISS SSTV test (on the following orbit),
when I heard CW tones, and then the typical SSTV tones.
WOW. I jump from the chair. I couldn't belive it!
I received a perfect robot 36 still image, and
when I thought the surprises were over, I recieved
a near perfect live image using Martin 1 WOWOWOWOW.
See all on my blog http://ct1eat.blogspot.com/

73 F.Costa, CT1EAT
http://ct1eat.no.sapo.pt

----- Mensagem original ----- 
De: "Tom Daniels" <n3cxp@ptd.net>
Para: <sarex@AMSAT.Org>
Cc: <AJ9N@aol.com>
Enviado: domingo, 12 de Outubro de 2008 17:50
Assunto: [sarex] Re: Are you ready for SSTV from ISS?


>
> Hello all,
>
> I just spoke with Sergei at 16:46 UTC and asked him if he would try the 
> SSTV
> today.  While he was going to turn it on, he was just about LOS on the 
> east
> coast.  Just before he went LOS, he told me that he would try it on the 
> next
> US orbit.
>
> The next pass is only a 10 degree inclination, so it will mostly favor the
> northern part of the US and Canada.
>
> Good luck all, and get you SSTV programs cued up!
>
> Tom
> N3CXP
>


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