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Offline Josh

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ISS 143.625 FM 12DEC19
« on: December 12, 2019, 1714 UTC »
ISS 143.625 FM 12DEC19

Weird carrier w/ doppler, musta been right overhead.

Space station: Russian segment VHF-1 channel for communication with Moscow, also used to relay Mission Control to the Shuttle during docking.
https://www.zarya.info/Tracking/ISS/FrequenciesISS.php
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Re: ISS 143.625 FM 12DEC19
« Reply #1 on: February 20, 2020, 1931 UTC »
The pass earlier today had an om talking about science experiments with fire in a near zero grav environment, using the robot arm to grab their supply vehicle, as well as emergency procedures for avoiding collisions with orbital objects, had a drill for leaks and such earlier today.
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Re: ISS 143.625 FM 12DEC19
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2020, 1932 UTC »
What type of antenna are you using for reception?
Listening on an Icom-718 with a 135' OCF dipole or a RSP2.  Grundig G3 and MLA-30 when portable. When QRP I use a Hendricks PFR-3 I built. Coverage is 20,30 and 40 meters.

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Re: ISS 143.625 FM 12DEC19
« Reply #3 on: February 20, 2020, 1939 UTC »
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