Archive for date: September 2, 2011

More ARISSat-1 recordings…

September 2, 2011 | Amateur Radio, Amateur Satellite | By: Mark VandeWettering

Got a short recording of ARISSat-1 this evening. Not 100% sure, but it may have transitioned into low power mode at the end of this recording, I seemed to lose carrier and couldn’t reacquire the satellite. In any case, here’s the recording, and the one decoded SSTV image (not too exciting, but pretty clear). ARISSat-1 […]

ARISSat-1 and the ISS over California

September 2, 2011 | Amateur Radio, Amateur Satellite, Amateur Science | By: Mark VandeWettering

I got a tweet from twisst, the ISS pass prediction robot yesterday indicating that I’d have a good pass around 8:25PM. While I am fighting off a cold, the weather was beautiful and nice, and so I ran some path predictions to see what the path looked like, and also checked on ARISSat-1’s path to […]