Expériences sur les ondes

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Contact ARISS 11/04/19 13h00 UTC

Contact entre David St-Jacques (KG5FYI) et l’École des Charmilles, Thyez, France (74). En direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite et conduit par la station BELGE ON4ISS.

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2. La station spatiale se déplace-t-elle ou reste-t-elle immobile dans le ciel?
3. Quelle est votre mission?
4. Doit-on conduire la station internationale?
5. Comment se sent-on dans une fusée?
6. Pourquoi avez-vous voulu devenir astronaute?
7. Comment faites-vous pour boire?
8. Est ce qu’il y a des extra terrestres dans l’espace?
9. Quand vous etes dans la station, est-ce que vous volez?
10. Quel entrainement avez-vous suivi?
11. Allez-vous sortir dans l’espace?
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Current Station Crew [https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts]

Nick Hague  Alexey Ovchinin Christina Koch  Anne McClain  Oleg Kononenko  David Saint-Jacques

SSTV ISS #19 – Expedition 59 – INTER MAI75 Avril 2019

-Nouvelle série de 12 images en SSTV-

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 01/04/2019 16h37 TU rev:116336 Baofeng GT-3 + MMSSTV

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Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 01/04/2019 18h14 TU rev:116337 Baofeng GT-3 + MMSSTV

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J’ai testé avec ma station SatNOGS. Les signaux sont bien présents sur le waterfall mais trop faibles pour être décodés correctement.

J’ai enregistré les signaux du websdr http://websdr.space:8880/ de Moscou mais ils sont trop faibles également. La fréquence est un peu décalée aussi.


SSTV ISS #18 – Expedition 58 – INTER MAI75 Février 2019

-Nouvelle série de 12 images en SSTV-

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 10/02/2019 16h44 TU rev:115560 Baofeng GT-3 + MMSSTV

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Diplôme reçu pour la série:

-Nouvelle série bonus de 12 images en SSTV-

En JN35FD pendant cette période, je n’ai pas réussi de bonnes réceptions depuis le chalet  @1500 m faute de passages vers le zénith.

J’ai donc décidé de tester une réception @2000 m en haut des pistes de ski. Bilan: surprise, la réception est bonne mais la neige ramène trop d’échos donc l’image est mauvaise (cf. ci-dessous) !

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 15/02/2019 14h02 TU rev:115636 Baofeng GT-3 + décodage Robot36

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En JN07XU cette fois

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 17/02/2019 09h06 TU rev:115664 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA771 + décodage Robot36

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Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 17/02/2019 10h44 TU rev:115665 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA771 + décodage Robot36

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Contact ARISS 02/02/19 15h23 UTC

Contact entre David St-Jacques (KG5FYI) et l’école colégio campo de Flores, almada, Portugal. En direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite et conduit par la station portugaise CS5SS.

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6. Which daily routine is harder for you?
7. What would be a different day aboard ISS?
8. What do you do not to think about the ones you miss the most?
9. Besides our planet, what else can you see when you look through the window?
10. Have you ever seen a black hole?
11. How do you distinguish day from night?
12. How do you fight illnesses?
13. What dangers do you face?
14. Which technologies allow you to survive?
15. Which energy sources do you use on ISS?
16. What scientific experiments do you perform on ISS?
17. What are the most interesting/exciting scientific discoveries so far?
18. The Earth is becoming overpopulated, do you think that living in space is an alternative?
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Current Station Crew [https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts]

Anne McClain  Oleg Kononenko  David Saint-Jacques

Contact ARISS 14/12/18 13h55 UTC

Contact entre Serena Aunon-Chancellor (KG5TMT) et Kenilworth School and Sixth Form, Kenilworth, Angleterre. En direct sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite et conduit par la station anglaise GB4KSN.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8T3kJLNq5k

1. Max B. (Age 11): What surprised you the most when you entered space?
2. Jacob G. (Age 12): Do you believe there is some form of living extra-terrestrial intelligent lifeforms beyond earth, not just bacteria and fossils?
3. Eva R. (Age 11): During your training would you be able to describe your hardest moment and your most enjoyable experience from your training?
4. George J. (Age 11): How do you find the food in space compared to when you are back on earth?
5. Anya B. (Age 11): When you were a child did you always know you wanted to be an astronaut and fly to space?
6. John T. (Age 13): Where would you prefer to live, on board The ISS or Earth?
7. Elin B. (Age 11): What kind of plant life can be grown on the ISS as there is no oxygen or CO2 in space?
8. Alfie S. (Age 11): Why do liquids when poured out in space, always form round blobs?
9. Freddie B-S. (Age 12): From information that I have read, male astronauts say that “space” smells very metallic. Is it any different for female astronauts in space?
10. Dorottya V. (Age 12): How will it be possible to live on Mars and plant trees, flowers, and create an earth like environment?
11. Sam S. (Age 13): If you are in space, how does the zero gravity make you taller?
12. Clarissa/Elly (Age 12): Is the sunrise brighter than on earth?
13. Simon B. (Age 12): I am interested about Europa which orbits Jupiter. If life was found on Europa, what are the biological protocols to protect indigenous life and samples on or from other worlds?
14. Esme H. (Age 11): How long did it take to get used to life on the space station?
15. Matthew K. (Age 11): What is the daily day to day routine in regards to personal hygiene?
16. Megan M. (Age 12): This is your first visit to the to the International Space Station. What are your thoughts on another opportunity and perhaps take part in a spacewalk?
17. Nuala R. (Age 13): Does it feel like you’re moving when you’re on the ISS or do you just feel as though you are floating in the emptiness of space?
18. Lior I. (Age 14): What do you think will change in space stations in the future decade?
19. Melody H. (Age 11): What’s your favourite thing to do in space?
20. Flora V. (Age 11): When you come back to earth do you see the earth differently than you did before you left?
21. Tom E. (Age 11): What is the strangest thing you have seen in space?

Current Station Crew [https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts]

Commander Alexander Gerst  Serena Auñón-Chancellor  Sergey Prokopyev Anne McClain  Oleg Kononenko  David Saint-Jacques

Contact ARISS 24/11/18 19h06 UTC

Contact entre Serena Aunon-Chancellor (KG5TMT) et l’IMP Aerospace & Defence, Goffs, NS, Canada, en télébridge sur 145.800 MHz (+/-3 KHz de doppler) en FM étroite par une station Italienne (IK1SLD).

3. Bria (12): Do you believe signs of life, past or present, will be found in our Solar System?

4. Ella (11): What is the coolest thing you’ve seen from the Space Station?

5: Raelyn (8): How do you handle medical issues in space especially if they are life-threatening?

6: Callum (7): What’s it like to be an astronaut?

7. Tyler (7): What does it smell like inside the ISS?

8. Trevor (7): Is any food grown on the Space Station?

9. Milena (8): How do you do laundry on the ISS?

10. Alex (5): How does your spacesuit stay warm?

11. Chloe (12): In order to maintain altitude or avoid orbital debris a reboost or avoidance maneuver is performed. Can you feel that taking place inside the ISS?

12. Xingyan (9): How long did it take for you to adjust to the weightless environment on the ISS?

13. Bria (12): How does life spent on the underwater training laboratory “Aquarius” compare with life on the ISS?

14. Ella (14): Is it noisy or quiet inside the space station?

15. Raelyn (8): What has been the biggest health issue you’ve had to deal with?

16. Callum (7): What’s your favorite space meal?

17. Tyler (7): How do Astronauts take a shower in space?

18. Trevor (7): Does the entire crew gather for meals?

19. Milena (8): What do you do in your spare time for entertainment?

20. Alex (5): How do you know when to go to bed at night?

Current Station Crew [https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts] Serena Auñón-Chancellor Commander Alexander Gerst Sergey Prokopyev

SSTV ISS #16

-Série de 12 images en SSTV- Passages #iss #sstv en PD120 le 28/10/2018 06h35 TU rev:113921 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771 La précédente en mieux et une seconde (3/12):
Et 2 minutes plus tard (4/12):
Orbite suivant 113922 (11/12):Orbite suivant 113923 (10/12): Orbite suivant 113924 (09/12), mon dernier pour cette série: -Série de 12 images en SSTV- Passages #iss #sstv en PD120 le 28/10/2018 06h35 TU rev:113921 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771 La précédente en mieux et une seconde (3/12):
Et 2 minutes plus tard (4/12):
Orbite suivant 113922 (11/12):Orbite suivant 113923 (10/12): Orbite suivant 113924 (09/12), mon dernier pour cette série:

SSTV ISS #15

Passages #iss #sstv en PD120 le 27/10/2018 12h17 TU rev:113909 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771

Basse élévation…


SSTV planned for Oct 27

ARISS News Release No. 18-12
Dave Jordan, AA4KN
ARISS PR
aa4kn@amsat.org
ARISS SSTV Joins with NASA On The Air for a Special Event
Oct. 19, 2018:
Amateur Radio OnThe International Space Station (ARISS) is planning a very special Slow Scan TV event currently scheduled to start October 27 about 10 am UTC. Helping to support the event will be NASA’s Space, Communication and Navigation (SCaN) Dept.
The Space Communications and Navigation (SCaN) program manages NASA’s three most important communications networks. The Space Network (SN), Near Earth Network (NEN), and the Deep Space Network (DSN.
Just as in past ARISS SSTV commemorations, 12 images will be downlinked, but this time with 6 featuring the SCaN educational activities while the other 6 images will commemorate major NASA anniversaries, ie when NASA was established, astronauts first landing on the moon, etc.
In addition to the fun of receiving these images, participants can qualify for a special endorsement for the NASA On The Air (NOTA) celebration event. To learn more about NOTA, visit ( https://nasaontheair.wordpress.com).
Once received, Images can be posted and viewed at http://www.spaceflightsoftware.com/ARISS_SSTV/index.php .The transmissions are expected to be broadcast at the usual frequency of 145.800 MHz using the PD-120 SSTV mode.
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Contact ARISS 27/08/18 08h06 UTC

Contact entre Ricky ARNOLD (KE5DAU) et le Shri Timli Vidyapeet, Devikhet, Inde via télébridge conduit par une station Belge (ON4ISS).

1. Pragya Dabral (12): Does space junk cause a potential problem for the Space Station?
2. Sangeeta Rawat (14): Why don’t you run out of oxygen on the International Space Station?
3. Vasu Negi (14): What is it like being in zero gravity?
4. Deepak Jugran (15): Have you ever seen an alien or a UFO?
5. Akhilesh Negi (11): Have you ever seen a black hole?
6. Sristhi Naithani (11): Do we use our all five senses in space?
7. Prearna (10): Being an astronaut, do you believe in God?
8. Alok Jakhmola (9): How can a spacecraft fly in the absence of air?
9. Vipin Negi (9): Do you get time to speak with your family and friends
10. Vipin Soni (10): What is the speed of life in space?
11. Rashmi (7): How will the Russian cargo ship change life in ISS?
12. Soham Dabral (10): Tell us how the A.I. robot (CIMON) is helping you there?
13. Aditya (8): Which part of the world looks more beautiful from space?
14. Vitishta (7): Would you be a mentor for our school’s technology club?
15. Priyanshu (8): Can you see fireworks on earth from the ISS?
16. Priyanshu Tomar (13): Is your perspective for life changed after living in ISS?
17. Amit Singh (13): How do you measure time in space?
18. Ankush Singh (14): Will we be able to travel in space as a visitor in future?
19. Suraj Singh (15): Your one message for all of us living in Himalayas?
20. Km Pinki (15): What inspired you to become an astronaut?
21. Km Amrita (14): Will there be smell in food if we keep it open for several days in space? 

Nb: réduction aux parties intelligibles

Current Station Crew [https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts]

Oleg Artemyev   Commander Drew Feustel  Ricky Arnold  Sergey Prokopyev   Alexander Gerst   Serena Auñón-Chancellor

Contact ARISS 23/08/18 08h22 UTC

Contact entre OR4ISS et l’Inde Vidya Mandir Inter College, Meerut via IK1SLD (Ricky Arnold KE5DAU) le 23 Août à 08:22 UTC (10h22 CEST).

1. How many languages do you need to know to become an astronaut?
2. Which country has the same time as the space station?
3. Do you get the time to sleep in space?
4. In space do you feel hot or cold?
5. Have you ever seen an alien or a UFO?
6. What is your favourite planet?
7. Have you ever seen a black hole?
8. Do you believe that extra-terrestrials exist?
9. How do you manage food in space?
10. Does your body react differently in space?
11. What do you do on a typical day?
12. How do you arrange oxygen to breathe in space station
13. What types of experiments are you currently running and how does zero gravity affect them?
14. If somebody of your crew has birthday, is there any birthday party on the ISS?
15. What do you do for fun?
16. How difficult is it to readjust to life on earth after a long stay in space?
17. How does the human body change in outer space?
18. Which planets look best from space? Why?
19. What is your relationship like with your fellow astronauts?
20. What is your favourite country to look at from space?

Nb: réduction aux parties intelligibles

Current Station Crew [https://www.nasa.gov/astronauts]

Oleg Artemyev   Commander Drew Feustel  Ricky Arnold  Sergey Prokopyev   Alexander Gerst   Serena Auñón-Chancellor

SSTV ISS #14

Passages #iss #sstv en PD120 le 30/06/2018 16h59 TU rev:111688 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771

J’attendais le premier passage sur 145,825 MHz au lieu de 145,800…

Les images sont moins nettes qu’à l’habitude et trop grandes pour le format.

Receive SSTV from Space June 29-July 1
ARISS Russia is planning a special Slow Scan Television (SSTV) event from the International Space Station Station around 09:00 GMT on Friday, June 29 and continuing until 18:30 GMT Sunday, July 1.
Supporting this event is a computer on the ISS Russian Segment, which stores images that are then transmitted to Earth using amateur radio, specifically the onboard Kenwood TM-D710E transceiver.
These images will commemorate the various satellites that were hand-deployed from the ISS.
These will include the first satellite deployment from ISS: Suitsat-1/Radioskaf-1 which was developed by ARISS and deployed in February 2006.
The transmissions will be made on 145.800 MHz FM using the PD-120 SSTV mode.
Note the ISS transmissions use the 5 kHz deviation FM standard rather than the narrow 2.5 kHz used in Europe. If your transceiver has selectable FM filters try using the wider filter. Handheld transceivers generally have a single wide filter fitted as standard and you should get good results outdoors using just a 1/4 wave whip antenna.

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SSTV ISS #13

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 06/06/2018 16h59 TU rev:111688 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771

Passage du jour hauteur maxi de 68°, complet.

Expérience Inter-MAI-75 de juin 2018

SSTV ISS #12 « Cosmonautics Day »

Passages #iss #sstv en PD120 du 11 au 14 avril 2018 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771

Un diplôme pour la participation à l’évènement Intercosmos (envoi des images reçues):

Série 9 – 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

ISS_SSTV_20180414 orbite #110864 Série 9 – 6/12

  • ISS_SSTV_20180414 orbite #110862 Série 9 – 8/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180413 orbite #110847 Série 9 – 5/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180413 orbite #110848 Série 9 – 4/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180413 orbite #110847 Série 9 – 7/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180413 orbite #110846 Série 9 – 10/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180413 orbite #110846 Série 9 – 9/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180412 orbite #110834 Série 9 – 1/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180412 orbite #110833 Série 9 – 2/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180411 orbite #110818 Série 9 – 10/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180411 orbite #110817 Série 9 – 11/12
  • ISS_SSTV_20180411 orbite #110817 Série 9 – 12/12

Avec clé SDR + antenne bi-bande home made

SSTV ISS #11

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 03/04/2018 18h06 TU rev:110693 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771

Passage du jour hauteur maxi de 48°, complet.

Expérience Inter-MAI-75 d’avril 2018

SSTV ISS #10

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 03/04/2018 15h28 TU rev:110693 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771

Passage du jour hauteur maxi de 51°, manque le début.

Expérience Inter-MAI-75 d’avril 2018

 

SSTV ISS #9

Passage #iss #sstv en PD120 le 02/04/2018 15h40 TU rev:110677 Baofeng GT-3 + Nagoya NA-771

Passage du jour hauteur maxi de 12°, manque le début.

Expérience Inter-MAI-75 d’avril 2018