I guess they kept to schedule (once they finally got started! because they missed three UK passes Saturday). It was supposed to stop at 21:30 UTC today:
"Continuous operation, using the call sign RS0ISS, is expected to start at 1000 UT on Saturday, April 11 and continue until 2130 UT on Sunday, April 12."
ISS Fan Club had a few voice reports in between SSTV transmissions, with a youtube link to prove it. My last pass on the US East coast, at 2100 UTC, I put the antenna down in between transmissions! I sure hope I didn't miss a great opportunity! Reports were from the UK and Russia though.
It was very fun though, here are the images I got:
John Brier, KG4AKV, Raleigh, NC
On Sun, Apr 12, 2015 at 7:05 PM, Steve Kristoff [email protected] wrote:
No pictures on 2235 pass of ISS over EM79. Guess the party is over for now. Got a couple of good ones earlier this weekend, though. Looking forward to next time!
Steve Kristoff AI9IN Oldenburg IN EM79ji [email protected]
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