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ISS SSTV Xmas bonanza

posted 18 Dec 2020, 09:28 by Mike Brown
Celebrating 20 years of Amateur Radio on the International Space Station, the ISS is due to broadcast Slow Scan TV images from December 24-31. As usual transmissions are subject to operational demands. SSTV signals will be in PD120 mode and are usually TX'd using wide FM on 145.800 MHz.

Signals can be decoded using smartphone apps or computer programs such as the open-source MMSSTV.

You can find out when the ISS is overhead here: https://www.n2yo.com/passes/?s=25544 NB Click the "All Passes"  tab to see daytime passes at times when the ISS won't be visible.
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