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Clip en la foto ISS para ver mi contacto con la 5a. Tripulación en packett a 1200 baudios. Si deseas que tu Página Personal de RADIO AFICION aparezca en el listado, enviamos la dirección o URL

 

     
     
     
     

 

 


Estación internacional ISS en tiempo real


 


 

 


El AO-27, también llamado Eyesat es un satélite LEO de órbita terrestre baja, lanzado el 26 de septiembre de 1993. Funciona en forma de repetidor de FM durante las horas diurnas, permitiendo establecer buenos contactos con estaciones móviles, especialmente con equipos de mano, talkies bibanda, provistos de una antena móvil, ya que puede ser rastreado a mano.

El satélite transmite con 0.5W en una antena de un cuarto de onda. Es su punto más alto de la órbita, cuando más cerca está de nosotros, debe distar a 800 Km, a nivel de horizonte pueden separarnos unos 3200Km. Cabe pensar pues de disponer de una buena antena y un excelente receptor.
Las antenas fijas no trabajan bien, la señal de bajada (downlink) es muy débil. Los contactos (QSO) han de ser muy breves por el escaso tiempo de pase. No son recomendables antenas fijas y móviles verticales, ya que requieren ser inclinados y orientados según la polarización de la señal entrante.

Nombre Amrad-Oscar 27 (EYESAT-1)
Número de catálogo NASA 22825
Launched September 26, 1993
Vehículo lanzador ARIANE - 4
Base de lanzamientos Kourou, Guiana Francesa
Masa 11.8 kg
Tipo de órbita Polar LEO (Low Earth Orbit)
Inclinación 98.5 degrees
Periodo 101 Minutes
Medidas 150 x 150 x 150 mm


 

AO-27   Repetidor en modo J VHF - UHF
Subida de la señal "uplink" 145.850 MHz unos 5w, o 100 mW en yagui
Descenso de la señal "downlink" 436.800MHz yagui de 6 elementos o más

Antenas direccionales


antenas direccionales con polarización cruzada, provistos de motor de elevación y azimut
construcción de una antena de mano

Antenas fijas / portátiles


tipo "eggbeater" de la casa M2
Diamon RH 770
A2E NE-1030
MFJ-1717
Arrow Antena
NAGOYA  NA-772

Sensibilidad 


Es una de las principales características que determina la calidad de un receptor de radio. Esta viene generalmente especificada en las características técnicas del equipo, detallada para cada banda. Por lo general cabe decir que los "walkies" bibanda VHF/UHF FM pueden ser suficientes para la recepción y para la transmisión de datos. Dependiendo de la antena y de la posición de la órbita, con unos 2 W se puede "llegar" al satélite, especialmente si se encuentra en nuestra vertical.

Doppler 


El equipo de comunicaciones debe ser "full-duplex" o sea que permita la transmisión y recepción simultáneamente, en el supuesto de que queramos la operación con el satélite. Los equipos que no dispongan de esta característica se pueden programar cinco canales para compensa el efecto Doppler.

MHz Transmisión
Uplink
Recepción
Downlink
AO-27 Canal 1 145.845 436.805 aparición - AOS
Canal 2 145.850 436.800
Canal 3 145.850 436.795 mitad de paso
Canal 4 145.850 436.790
Canal 5 145.855 436.785 desaparición - LOS

 

 


International Space Station/ARISS

 

Worldwide packet uplink: 145.990 MHz FM
Region 1 voice uplink: 145.200 MHz FM
Region 2/3 voice uplink: 144.490 MHz FM
Worldwide downlink: 145.800 MHz FM
TNC callsign RS0ISS
The ARISS initial station was launched September 2000 aboard shuttle Atlantis.

ARISS is made up of delegates from major national amateur radio organizations, including AMSAT.

Status: Operational.

Numerous contacts have been made with Valery Korzun. Sergei Treschev has also been active.

ISS packet activity has resumed. A good discussion on its use is available at http://www.rac.ca/arispak2.htm

ARISS school contacts have resumed with the Expedition 5 crew of mission commander/U.S. astronaut Peggy Whitson, KC5ZTD, and Russian cosmonauts Valery Korzun, RZ3FK and Sergei Treschev, RZ3FU.

The latest ARISS announcements and successful school list is available at http://ariss.gsfc.nasa.gov

An archive of school contacts can be found at http://www.msnbc.com/news/505064.asp

NASA information on the ISS station can be found at http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/station/reference/radio/

The ISS daily crew schedule (which gives an idea when crew members have free time and may be available for amateur radio operations) can be found at http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/station/timelines/

A detailed breakdown of the antenna installation with some great pictures and diagrams (depicting the entire ISS ham system including antennas) can be downloaded at http://ariss.gsfc.nasa.gov/EVAs/amsat01.pdf

U.S. callsign: NA1SS
Russian callsigns: RS0ISS, RZ3DZR

The QSL routes for stations working the International Space Station (all callsigns):

U.S stations: Margie Bourgoin KB1DCO
Attn: ARISS Expedition-1 (or 2, 3, etc.) QSL
ARRL, 225 Main Street
Newington, Connecticut 06111
SASE required
Canadian stations: Radio Amateurs of Canada
Attn: ARISS Expedition-1 (or 2, 3, etc.) QSL
720 Belfast Road, Suite 217
Ottawa, Ontario K1G 0Z5
European stations: AMSAT-France
16, rue de la Vallee
91360 Epinay sur Orge, France
SASE and 2 IRC's required

[ANS thanks Will Marchant, KC6ROL, and Jean-Louis Rault, F6AGR, for this information]

Amateur Radio Stations heard vía ISS


This page documents Amateur Radio data digipeated by the International Space Station. In order to appear on this page, a position report in a valid APRS format must be digipeated through ISS, then be heard by an internet gateway station, which then forwards it on to the APRS Internet System. All APRSIS data is archived on this machine. Packets that came through the ISS are recalled for this display. For more info on the technology involved, see the links at the bottom of the page.

The system will also show those stations that have been heard via ISS but have not sent a position report in the table at the end of the page.

If you are able to transmit through the ISS digi and wish to send a packet that will make your position appear on these maps and those of APRS users of ARISS, see:
http://web.usna.navy.mil/~bruninga/iss-aprs/issicons.html

The biggest weakness in the system right now is the lack of Internet Gateways, or IGates. Almost all APRS programs have the ability to function as IGates, consult the documentation of your program of choice for details...the more the better!

The current position of ISS, as well as the 5 and 10 minute future positions are also shown on the map.

Station List Click here to see times in absolute UTC

Call Messages lat lon Age (dd:hh:mm:ss)
ISS
*
-51.07259 -12.87974 00:00:00:11
ISS+5 . -49.99945 16.67263 00:00:00:11
ISS+10 . -41.79174 40.99192 00:00:00:11
XE2ARF-4 . 21.87500 -102.33333 00:00:20:58
XE2MZS . 25.66667 -100.33333 00:00:22:13
KD7QHX-1 . 40.92033 -111.87417 00:00:25:05
KD7HGL . 47.76017 -122.36367 00:00:26:02
WA6LIE-3
*
36.68800 -121.66417 00:00:26:13
VE3TAZ . 43.72850 -79.49567 00:01:53:52
AB9M-3
*
40.42400 -88.89183 00:01:54:22
N9YUK-3 . 37.66667 -88.66667 00:01:55:18
KG0YJ-2
*
38.69117 -90.49967 00:01:55:54
VE3TKB
*
44.50083 -80.23417 00:01:57:29
N7TWB . . . 00:01:59:37
W3AFE
*
39.18617 -77.29233 00:03:30:26
W3ADO-10
*
38.98217 -76.47967 00:03:30:37
KD4AMR
*
. . 00:03:31:03
VE3TZS
*
44.48967 -80.05550 00:03:31:11
WB4APR-9
*
38.77933 -75.13583 00:03:31:19
KB1GVR . 44.54167 -68.50000 00:03:31:33
KB9NSK . 37.66667 -88.66667 00:03:31:56
NN0V . . . 00:03:32:25
N7GCW . . . 00:03:35:10
VE4KGB
*
50.45583 -96.95383 00:03:35:49
VE7FM
*
49.35833 -124.46433 00:03:39:13
W7LGK . 48.12283 -123.48400 00:03:40:23
VE3SCP
*
43.91250 -80.11883 00:05:06:45
VE2FCA
*
45.34950 -71.98817 00:05:08:19
N0LRG . . . 00:05:10:45
WB6OLA
*
39.71983 -121.81800 00:05:16:38
K7SAO . 45.34400 -123.18867 00:05:17:29
KC8SBS . . . 00:06:44:33
AA1VY . . . 00:06:45:37
W0BR . 41.29167 -73.50000 00:06:45:39
KB8SVO . 42.28583 -83.27217 00:06:47:40
W4SV . 41.39500 -86.80500 00:06:47:52
W9ORW . 41.45833 -87.08333 00:06:48:26
KG6HSQ
*
33.39150 -117.23717 00:06:52:00
N7OZ . 40.75300 -115.59083 00:06:52:37
KD6PPM . 33.25000 -117.31667 00:06:53:42
WB6FZH . 40.72450 -122.93450 00:06:55:10
F4CEP-3
*
48.55583 2.67967 00:08:06:52
F4BQS . . . 00:08:07:44
EB5JTR-11 . 39.55600 -0.38833 00:08:07:46
KB1CHU-2 . . . 00:08:21:16
N2IXD-3
*
43.12550 -77.71383 00:08:22:08
VA3ZEN-3 . 43.66933 -79.38833 00:08:22:10
W8IX . 40.43517 -86.18933 00:08:22:21
W3AFE-1
*
39.18567 -77.29217 00:08:23:00
KU4WW . . . 00:08:24:13
KB8KPV . . . 00:08:24:44
KC5ION
*
32.88700 -96.83800 00:08:24:47
N5VHO
*
29.50000 -95.25000 00:08:24:58
KB9UPS
*
. . 00:08:25:39
N6JLH . 38.40250 -120.65200 00:08:27:38
KB0VBZ
*
39.63083 -104.78867 00:08:27:42
K5OE
*
29.76333 -95.69967 00:08:27:58
KD5CAA . . . 00:08:28:30
N6CO
*
38.40250 -120.65200 00:08:28:57
W6EKK . . . 00:08:28:57
AA0QC . . . 00:08:29:06
KD5CKP
*
34.98583 -89.85917 00:08:29:24
KJ6JO-9 . . . 00:08:32:00
F4DJD
*
43.70933 0.88900 00:09:40:07
PE2JMR
*
53.25000 6.58333 00:09:40:08
KB2M-3
*
39.18450 -74.74967 00:09:56:13
VE3TAZ-1 . 43.72850 -79.49567 00:09:56:33
VE3DOH
*
42.90917 -79.60917 00:09:56:33
WC0Y . . . 00:09:57:54
VE2IKO
*
45.52567 -73.85250 00:09:59:28
KC9AOD . . . 00:10:00:60
KF4UUL . . . 00:10:01:14
K5QXJ . . . 00:10:01:16
NOCALL
*
35.83333 -84.10000 00:10:03:33
N9YUK . 37.66667 -88.66667 00:10:03:50
XE3RN . 17.95833 -93.00000 00:10:04:12
OM4AKH
*
49.14083 18.28833 00:11:17:58
IZ3EIN
*
45.77867 12.48833 00:11:20:09
IW6CIE
*
43.76533 13.12983 00:11:20:17
PE2KMV
*
50.86467 5.83467 00:11:20:30
Click on a callsign to see a detailed map.

Recent activity

00:00:21:00 : XE2ARF-4]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:]DL81uv/- Saludos Javier !!!
00:00:22:15 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:DL95uq/- Jimmy via ISS
00:00:25:07 : KD7QHX-1]EAFURR,RS0ISS*,WIDE3-3,qAC,KE6AFE-11:''PIl k/]"BR}
00:00:26:04 : KD7HGL]APX110,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAC,KE6AFE-11:=4745.61N/12221.82WxJosh in Shoreline,WA kd7hgl@amsat.org
00:00:26:15 : WA6LIE-3]AP30,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:;ISS_ 215 *050749z3815.89N\12324.82WS129/999/at 050749z
00:01:53:54 : VE3TAZ]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:AB9M Good morning!
00:01:54:05 : VE3TAZ]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4343.71N/07929.74W VE3TAZ@QSL.NET Downsview.
00:01:54:25 : AB9M-3]T0RU4T,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:`tQOl!{k/]"7.}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:01:54:47 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:Hello from Monterrey, N.L. Mexico
00:01:54:57 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:Hello to all
00:01:55:21 : N9YUK-3]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]EM57QQ/- OLE YUK's INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION "CHASER" SHACK !!! EMAIL: oleyuk@shawneelink.com
00:01:55:46 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:Hello
00:01:55:57 : KG0YJ-2]ID,RS0ISS*,qAC,NA4V-8:=3841.47N/09029.98WxPHG2330, beacon from St. Louis, MO
00:01:56:06 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]DL95uq Hello ISS from Monterrey, N.L. Mexico
00:01:56:35 : VE3TAZ]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4343.71N/07929.74W VE3TAZ@QSL.NET Downsview.
00:01:56:47 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]DL95uq Hello ISS from Monterrey, N.L. Mexico
00:01:56:58 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAC,NA4V-8:]DL95uq/- Hola desde Monterrey, N.L. Mexico
00:01:57:20 : N9YUK-3]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]EM57QQ/- OLE YUK's INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION "CHASER" SHACK !!! EMAIL: oleyuk@shawneelink.com
00:01:57:27 : AB9M-3]T0RU4U,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:`tQSl!{k/]"6K}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:01:57:32 : VE3TKB]APM361,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:!4430.05N/08014.05WM APRS ve3tkb@rogers.com
00:01:58:06 : KG0YJ-2]ID,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=3841.47N/09029.98WxPHG2330, beacon from St. Louis, MO
00:01:58:28 : AB9M-3]T0RU4U,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:`tQRl!{k/]"6R}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:01:58:44 : VE3TKB]APM361,RS0ISS*,qAC,NA4V-8:!4430.05N/08014.05WM APRS ve3tkb@rogers.com
00:01:58:46 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]DL95uq/- Jimmy Herrera Monterrey, N.L.
00:01:59:31 : AB9M-3]T0RU4U,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAC,KE6AFE-11:`tQSl!{k/]"6Q}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:01:59:38 : XE2MZS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:]DL95uq/- Jimmy Herrera Monterrey, N.L.
00:01:59:40 : N7TWB]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:qsl N7GCW
00:03:30:29 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=3911.17N/07717.54Wv/ QRZ in Maryland
00:03:30:40 : W3ADO-10]3X5X9S,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:`h8jl"EY/]"3r}Sailing on 44'sloop
00:03:30:42 : W3ADO-10]APK001,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAS,KB2TZR:@050445z3858.91N/07628.76WY241/000/Mic-E/M5/Special]"3r}Sailing on 44'sloop
00:03:30:44 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:cq anyone up?
00:03:30:50 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:Just us Iss chassers
00:03:30:53 : VE3TKB]APM361,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:!4430.05N/08014.05WM APRS ve3tkb@rogers.com
00:03:31:06 : KD4AMR]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:HELLO FROM KD4AMR IN KENTUCKY.
00:03:31:14 : VE3TZS]APM326,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4429.38N/08003.33W.PHG2000/ve3tzs@mac.com -ONSIMWASAGA -326-[048]
00:03:31:19 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:Hi Bill
00:03:31:22 : WB4APR-9]3X4V7V,RS0ISS*,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:'g`+l!+n\]"3z}@ bch! on PCsat 825 uplk Ch
00:03:31:24 : WB4APR-9]APK101,RS0ISS*,WIDE,qAS,KB2TZR:@050444z3846.75N\07508.15Wn115/000/Mic-E/M5/Special]
00:03:31:36 : KG0YJ-2]ID,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:h3afe hi de bill
00:03:31:36 : KB1GVR]APU16K,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]WB4APR-9
00:03:31:42 : W3ADO-10]3X5X9S,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:`h8jl"*Y/]"3r}Sailing on 44'sloop
00:03:31:43 : W3ADO-10]APK001,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAS,KB2TZR:@050444z3858.91N/07628.76WY214/000/Mic-E/M5/Special]"3r}Sailing on 44'sloop
00:03:31:46 : KG0YJ-2]ID,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=3841.47N/09029.98Wx Bill at KB in MO
00:03:31:59 : KB9NSK]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]EM57QQ/- RUSTY [[*]] LETs SWAP QSL CARDS [[*]] junkman9@hotmail.com
00:03:32:04 : VE3TKB]APM361,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:!4430.05N/08014.05WM APRS ve3tkb@rogers.com
00:03:32:10 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:cq anyone up?
00:03:32:13 : VE3TZS]APM326,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4429.38N/08003.33W.PHG2000/ve3tzs@mac.com -ONSIMWASAGA -326-[048]
00:03:32:17 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]w3afe@aol.com
00:03:32:25 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=3911.17N/07717.54Wv/ QRZ in Maryland
00:03:32:28 : NN0V]EN42,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:garble
00:03:32:38 : KB1GVR]APU16K,RS0ISS*,FN54SN,MARK,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:] Hi AB9M
00:03:32:40 : NN0V]EN42,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:yes live here
00:03:32:47 : VE3TAZ]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAC,NA4V-8:=4343.71N/07929.74W VE3TAZ@QSL.NET Downsview.
00:03:33:08 : AB9M-3]APK001,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAS,KB2TZR:@050442z4025.43N/08853.51Wk195/000/Mic-E/M2/In Service]"6j}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:03:33:09 : AB9M-3]T0RU4T,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAC,NA4V-8:`tQQl!{k/]"6j}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:03:33:11 : KB1GVR]APU16K,RS0ISS*,FN54SN,MARK,qAC,NA4V-8:]FN54SN/- Lakeside Ellsworth ME.
00:03:33:15 : VE3TZS]APM326,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4429.38N/08003.33W.PHG2000/ve3tzs@mac.com -ONSIMWASAGA -326-[048]
00:03:33:24 : WB4APR-9]3X4V7V,RS0ISS*,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:'g`+l!+n\]"4)}@ bch! on PCsat 825 uplk Ch
00:03:33:29 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:cq anyone up?
00:03:33:58 : KB9NSK]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]EM57QQ/- RUSTY [[*]] LETs SWAP QSL CARDS [[*]] junkman9@hotmail.com
00:03:34:01 : W3AFE]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=3911.17N/07717.54Wv/ QRZ in Maryland
00:03:34:08 : AB9M-3]T0RU4T,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:`tQQl!{k/]"6t}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:03:34:15 : VE3TZS]APM326,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4429.38N/08003.33W.PHG2000/ve3tzs@mac.com -ONSIMWASAGA -326-[048]
00:03:34:25 : VE3TKB]APM361,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:!4430.05N/08014.05WM APRS ve3tkb@rogers.com
00:03:34:44 : KG0YJ-2]ID,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=3841.47N/09029.98Wx Bill at KB in MO
00:03:35:05 : NN0V]EN42,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:run 50 watt radio but charges in pkg lot
00:03:35:13 : N7GCW]CQ,RS0ISS*,SOLAR,POWER@,3600FT,DN08PS,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:1 51 WATT PANEL
00:03:35:33 : NN0V]EN42,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:OK I have 20watt panel
00:03:35:42 : N7GCW]CQ,RS0ISS*,SOLAR,POWER@,3600FT,DN08PS,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:5 WATTS
00:03:35:52 : VE4KGB]APW251,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=5027.35N\09657.23WUPHG3294/APRS 2.5.1 ve4kgb@rac.ca Gary -251-[530]
00:03:36:01 : NN0V]EN42,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:Solar power watts?
00:03:36:11 : AB9M-3]T0RU4T,RS0ISS*,SGATE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:`tQQl!{k/]"6s}CQ,AB9M-3,EN50NK
00:03:36:16 : VE3TAZ]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4343.71N/07929.74W VE3TAZ@QSL.NET Downsview.
00:03:36:20 : NN0V]EN42,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:OK Hot Humid
00:03:36:24 : N7GCW]CQ,RS0ISS*,SOLAR,POWER@,3600FT,DN08PS,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:EDISON NEAR REPUBLIC
00:03:39:12 : WA6LIE-3]AP30,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:]072253z wa6lie@msn.com With 5 WATTS TO A J POLE! Go figure...
00:03:39:13 : WA6LIE-3]AP30,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:;ISS_ 215 *050436z5114.85N\11611.74WS097/999/at 050436z
00:03:39:16 : VE7FM]APISS,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11::WA6LIE-3 :HI{9
00:03:40:26 : W7LGK]LONNY,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:!4807.37N/12329.04W- Howdy de Lonny:Port Angeles,WA.
00:03:40:34 : WA6LIE-3]AP30,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:HI
00:03:41:16 : WA6LIE-3]AP30,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11::BLN2 :QSL,KD5CAA,VE3TAZ,KD7QHX,VE3SCP,KC5ION,WB6FZH,K7SAO,N7GCW,VE7FM
00:05:06:48 : VE3SCP]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAC,N1BHX:=4354.75N/08007.13Wy
00:05:07:44 : KB1GVR]CQ,RS0ISS*,FN54SN,MARK,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:] Hello KC8SBS
00:05:08:15 : KB1GVR]CQ,RS0ISS*,FN54SN,MARK,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:]FN54SN/- Lakeside Ellsworth ME.
00:05:08:22 : VE2FCA]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:73's to all de francois email:ve2fca@hotmail.com hi all
00:05:08:27 : WB4APR-9]3X4R8Y,RS0ISS*,WIDE,qAC,N1BHX:'g\Vl#Pn\]"3r}@ bch! on PCsat 825 uplk Ch
00:05:09:41 : VE3SCP]APRS,RS0ISS*,SGATE,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=4354.75N/08007.13Wy
00:05:10:46 : WB4APR-9]3X4R8Y,RS0ISS*,WIDE,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:'g\Vl#Pn\]"3w}@ bch! on PCsat 825 uplk Ch
00:05:10:48 : N0LRG]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:*** Dogwood Trails Girl Scout Ham Shack Camdenton, Mo. ] ymor2@dam.net ***
00:05:11:29 : N0LRG]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:*** Dogwood Trails Girl Scout Ham Shack Camdenton, Mo. ] ymor2@dam.net ***
00:05:12:17 : N0LRG]BEACON,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:*** Dogwood Trails Girl Scout Ham Shack Camdenton, Mo. ] ymor2@dam.net ***
00:05:12:53 : KG0YJ-2]ID,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:=3841.47N/09029.98WxPHG2330, beacon from St. Louis, MO
00:05:16:41 : WB6OLA]CM99GK,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:=3943.19N/12149.08W -- Carl in Chico, Ca
00:05:17:22 : WB6OLA]CM99GK,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:Hello de Carl in Chico, Ca--wb6ola@shocking.com
00:05:17:22 : WA6LIE-3]AP30,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:=3641.28N/12139.85W`PHG2260/Scott & Mary's ISS Tracking Station
00:05:17:32 : K7SAO]CN85JI,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:=4520.64N/12311.32W - Stephen - Yamhill, Oregon
00:05:19:36 : WB6OLA]CM99GK,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:=3943.19N/12149.08W -- Carl in Chico, Ca
00:05:20:29 : WA6LIE-3]AP30,RS0ISS*,qAC,KE6AFE-11:;ISS_ 215 *050255z4330.98N\14115.93WS057/999/at 050255z
00:06:44:36 : KC8SBS]CQ,RS0ISS*,qAR,WD9EKA-15*:hello kc8umc - from Kelly in Roscommon
00:06:45:21 : KB1GVR]CQ,RS0ISS*,FN54SN,MARK,qAC,N1BHX:]FN54SN/- Lakeside,Ellsworth ME.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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