I wonder if anyone has an idea where the current-setup-ini is located
which contains the current SatPC32 option setup?
I noticed a day or two ago that the regular map does not update the
satellite foot-print. Then in Options I saw that the update rate was set
to 999 seconds! I can not make changes to that number although the
up/down arrows allow a few steps but then freeze and remain eventually
at some hundreds number.
Thinking about going to DM90 or DM92 this weekend for an SO-50 (and possibly FO-29) pass. I could do one grid in the morning
and the other in the afternoon if there's interest.
Contact me offline if you're interested in one or both.
1:Fm PSAT-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [17:01:41R]
1:Fm PSAT-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [17:02:00R]
1:Fm PSAT-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [17:03:43R]
Mercedes ( Buenos Aires ) Argentina
El software de antivirus Avast ha analizado este correo electrónico en busca de virus.
Pass Sep./2/2015 01:22ish UTC
Signal started strong,but weakened.
Also, does anyone have the latest TLE's ? I didn't find them on spacetrack.
73 John W0JW
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I don't think I saw this posted to the bb before.
For Europeans this is TODAY around lunch time.
ARISS contact for school in Ulvila, Finland
An International Space Station contact is planned for Ulvila Upper
Secondary School, Finland. The event is scheduled for Tuesday
September 1, 2015 at 11.44 UTC, which is 13.44 CEST. This will be a
direct radio contact between OR4ISS and OH1F.
The signals from space will be audible in adjacent areas on 145.800MHz FM.
The Ulvila Upper Secondary School is located in western Finland. The
school counts approximately 320 students. The age bracket of students
is 16 to 19 years on average. The variety of educational opportunities
offered at Ulvila Upper Secondary School can provide a basis for the
academic and personal growth. The main academic objective is to give
the students means for taking part in studies at universities and
polytechnics. We provide a large selection courses consisting of
regular courses, specialization courses and practice courses. For
example, in our school one can study also the basics of Astronomy and
Space Physics in optional courses.
Participants will ask as many of the following questions as time allows:
1. What time zone do you use there?
2. What do you do in your free time at the station?
3. If we found life beyond the Earth in the future, would it be right to
disturb its evolution?
4. What is the best experience you’ve had while being astronaut?
5. Is there something that you did not expect to be hard for you, but it is?
6. For how long are you staying in the International Space Station?
7. What kind of food do you eat at ISS?
8. Which is the most interesting project you have been working with on ISS?
9. What is your favorite sight you can see from the space station?
10. Which is the most interesting item you have ever printed with the "Made
in space" 3D-printer?
11. What did you study after high school?
12. What has surprised you positively?
13. What kind of physical condition is required of astronauts?
14. Can you see any manmade structures from the ISS?
15. What do you miss the most from Earth/home?
16. What is something you would want to have with you in the space station
but you can´t have?
17. Does ISS espresso taste different than normal coffee? Or does micro
gravity change the sense of taste?
18. What do you want to say to the young of the present day?
19. Do you have normal showers at ISS or do you have some alternative way to
take care of your personal hygiene?
20. Does your personal world view change when you see the Earth from space
ARISS is an international educational outreach program partnering the
volunteer support and leadership from AMSAT and IARU societies around
the world with the ISS space agencies partners: NASA, Russian Space
Agency, ESA, CNES, JAXA, and CSA.
ARISS offers an opportunity for students to experience the excitement
of Amateur Radio by talking directly with crewmembers on-board the
International Space Station. Teachers, parents and communities see,
first hand, how Amateur Radio and crewmembers on ISS can energize
youngsters' interest in science, technology, and learning.
Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
I copied this on pass 9/1/2015 around 01:38 utc
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Didn't have any luck getting my psk through the satellite though. But I'll
73 John W0JW