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ARISS Contact Day

Page history last edited by Robert Striemer 6 years, 3 months ago

This page provides the SATS team with useful information and links to sites that could be helpful when planning an ARISS contact or when tracking/communicating with any Earth satellite.

 

UTC/GMT Clock

 


 

National Research Council Time

 

The Current Crew of the International Space Station

ISS Expedition

 

Satellite Passes

The following Satellite Pass Prediction web sites require your position and UTC/GMT offset.

 

Station Setup Procedures and Practice Scripts

Setup Procedure (May 2015)

Cristoforetti Contact Script (May 2015)

 

QTH for Winnipeg:

latitude: 49.8570, longitude: -97.2295, grid EN19ju, elevation 229 metres, -5 hours for CST and -6 hours for CDST

 

QTH for Pinawa:

50.1527, -95.8821, 282m

 

AMSAT Online Satellite Pass Predictions

ISS Passes N2YO.com

Heavens Above Satellite Pass Predictions (with sky maps)

Active Satellite Frequencies (AMSAT-UK)

FUNcube-1 (AO-73) Real Time Online Satellite Tracking

Amateur Radio Satellite Tracker 

 

Current Location of the ISS

N2YO.com

ISS Viewer

ISS Tracker

Satflare

 

School Application for ARISS Contacts with the ISS

For Schools Outside the USA

 

ARISS.net for APRS contacts with the ISS

APRS frequency used by ISS is 145.825 MHz

 

Audio Clips from ARISS Contacts

Indiana School - October 17, 2014

http://www.arrl.org/listen-to-watch-ariss-contacts

http://www.g6lvb.com/images/furtherwickcut16kbps11khz.mp3

http://www.ariss.org/news.html

 

Video

USTREAM Live ISS Earth Viewing Experiment (ESA)

USTREAM Live ISS Earth Viewing Experiment (NASA)

NASA TV

ARISS-SSTV images

 

British Amateur Television Club (BATV) Online TV broadcasts of UK ARISS contacts

 

Working Amateur Radio Satellites with a Hand Held Transceiver

AO-51 Example

SO-50 with a Baofeng UV-5R and here


 

Amateur Radio Stations Heard by the ISS (APRS Digipeaters)

 

 

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