viernes, 8 de marzo de 2019

Max Valier

Sigue activo el saludo en CW del satelite

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73 de ii3mv max valier sat tnx manfred es christa fuchs

miércoles, 6 de marzo de 2019

PSAT - NO84

APRS ON

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [00:02:38R] [+++]
T#670,762,068,934,819,392,00011000
1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [00:03:14R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [00:03:22R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm LU1WRC To BEACON Via PSAT*,ARISS*,PSAT,RS0ISS,WIDE2-2 <UI R Pid=F0 Len=44> [00:03:29R] [-++]
!4555.48S/06733.61Wr/ LU1WRC-1 RULO PMB CQ>

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [00:03:34R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via PSAT*,WIDE2-1,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [00:03:35R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [00:03:35R] [+++]
s#009831,0z001

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [00:04:40R] [-++]
T#672,747,345,938,830,393,00011000

jueves, 28 de febrero de 2019

JY1SAT

Aparecen imagenes recibiendo el sat
Ademas con un mensaje con la opcion de dar play debajo de la señal de audio

viernes, 22 de febrero de 2019

PSAT - NO84

APRSON

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [11:08:04R] [+++]
s#017427,0z000

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [11:09:35R] [-++]
s#017428,0z000

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [11:09:37R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=24> [11:10:00R] [+++]
>221409zUI-View32 V2.03

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [11:10:01R] [+++]
T#586,815,304,804,834,410,00011000
1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [11:11:02R] [+++]
T#587,807,069,798,831,410,00011000
1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [11:11:11R] [--+]
s#017429,0z000

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [11:12:03R] [+++]
T#588,828,072,791,819,410,00011000
1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [11:12:05R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via PSAT*,WIDE2-1,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [11:12:06R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [11:12:42R] [+++]
s#017430,0z000

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [11:13:04R] [+++]
T#589,813,072,781,813,410,00011000
1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [11:14:04R] [+++]
T#590,805,072,778,810,410,00011000
1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [11:14:14R] [+++]
s#017431,0z000

lunes, 18 de febrero de 2019

PSAT - NO84

APRS ON
1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [12:27:37R] [+++]
T#988,790,073,512,789,409,00011000
1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [12:27:41R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via PSAT*,WIDE2-1,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=47> [12:27:42R] [+++]
=/b'<]>fB5-  B73 desde Bahia Blanca, Argentina

1:Fm LU1WFU-2 To BEACON Via PSAT*,ARISS*,ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=55> [12:27:49R] [+++]
=4556.19S/06733.57W`FE64fb PATAGONIA ARGENTINA {UIV32}

1:Fm LU4EOU To APU25N Via WIDE2-2,ARISS,PCSAT-1,RS0ISS-4,PSAT,RRCBB-2 <UI C Pid=F0 Len=24> [12:28:02R] [+++]
>181527zUI-View32 V2.03

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=15> [12:28:11R] [+++]
s#013631,0z000

1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [12:28:38R] [+++]
T#989,782,073,511,791,409,00011000
1:Fm PSAT To APRSON Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [12:29:39R] [-++]
T#990,823,073,509,794,408,00011000

Chomptt

Unas tramas a 1200baud
2019-02-18 15:18:46.780 UTC: [131 Bytes KISS Frame (without CRC)]
   1 > C0 00 AE 92 64 B0 AC A8 60 AE 92 64 B0 AC A8 60 AE 92 64 B0
  21 > AC A8 61 03 F0 43 48 4F 4D 50 54 5C 3C 7E 62 5C 3F 37 61 43
  41 > 30 55 69 40 21 2D 53 4A 45 21 69 51 29 25 21 27 4C 3C 29 21
  61 > 44 2A 3F 24 21 61 6C 28 3E 21 62 71 64 23 21 5F 4E 48 4F 21
  81 > 3B 63 6B 31 21 2A 42 35 2D 22 27 3E 4F 4F 21 32 66 65 73 21
 101 > 21 21 23 37 21 35 4A 53 6D 21 3F 5F 40 42 35 52 67 2A 5D 21
 121 > 31 6C 52 59 5E 74 56 36 7E 3E C0
À.®’d°¬¨`®’d°¬¨`®’d°¬¨a.ðCHOMPT\<~b\?7aC0Ui@!-SJE!iQ)%!'L<)!D*?$!al(>!bqd#!_NHO!;ck1!*B5-"'>OO!2fes!!!#7!5JSm!?_@B5Rg*]!1lRY^tV6~>À
________________________________________________________________________________
2019-02-18 15:19:46.770 UTC: [131 Bytes KISS Frame (without CRC)]
   1 > C0 00 AE 92 64 B0 AC A8 60 AE 92 64 B0 AC A8 60 AE 92 64 B0
  21 > AC A8 61 03 F0 43 48 4F 4D 50 54 5C 3C 7E 63 22 53 45 49 43
  41 > 30 55 69 40 21 2C 4D 61 6D 22 32 59 24 42 21 21 57 4D 3A 21
  61 > 28 5B 30 22 21 61 75 2E 3E 21 62 68 5E 22 21 5F 21 2A 45 21
  81 > 3C 21 22 24 21 29 4E 5A 23 22 27 62 67 52 21 32 6F 6B 74 21
 101 > 21 21 23 22 21 35 53 58 5A 21 3F 44 2E 3F 4A 37 4D 25 4A 21
 121 > 2F 2A 5A 3D 35 51 6A 4C 7E 3E C0
À.®’d°¬¨`®’d°¬¨`®’d°¬¨a.ðCHOMPT\<~c"SEIC0Ui@!,Mam"2Y$B!!WM:!([0"!au.>!bh^"!_!*E!<!"$!)NZ#"'bgR!2okt!!!#"!5SXZ!?D.?J7M%J!/*Z=5QjL~>À
________________________________________________________________________________
2019-02-18 15:19:47.660 UTC: [72 Bytes KISS Frame (without CRC)]
   1 > C0 00 AE 92 64 B0 AC A8 60 AE 92 64 B0 AC A8 60 AE 92 64 B0
  21 > AC A8 61 03 F0 4F 50 54 49 3C 7E 5C 48 49 47 35 4F 46 5B 28
  41 > 73 39 2A 2F 43 4C 49 66 67 37 34 38 65 4E 65 2D 5C 2D 58 2B
  61 > 29 48 3E 35 3A 4F 3C 72 60 7E 3E C0
À.®’d°¬¨`®’d°¬¨`®’d°¬¨a.ðOPTI<~\HIG5OF[(s9*/CLIfg748eNe-\-X+)H>5:O<r`~>À

martes, 12 de febrero de 2019

ISS - SSTV

Gracias Ariss Team
Thank you for your participation in the reception of SSTV images transmitted from the International Space Station on 8 - 10 February 2019 to celebrate the NASA On The Air and the 35th anniversary of the Amateur Radio on Human Spaceflight Missions. I am sending you your award in the attachment.

The pictures on the diploma show three events and people associated with them:

35 years ago, astronaut Owen Garriott, W5LFL took his amateur radio equipment into the Space on the Columbia STS-9 shuttle (November-December 1983). He became the first radioamateur to talk to hams while orbiting Earth. This event gave rise to the SAREX program (Shuttle Amateur Radio EXperiment, later called the Space Amateur Radio Experiment).

Sergey Samburov, RV3DR is the Chief of Cosmonaut Amateur Radio Department, RSC Energia. Thirty years ago, he was the founder and head of the MAREX program (Mir Amateur Radio EXperiment) and MIREX (Mir International Amateur Radio EXperiment) which were formed to handle prescheduled Mir school contacts. He is currently the head of the Russian Segment amateur radio activity on the International Space Station.

William Shepherd, KD5GSL commanded the first expedition on board the ISS in 2000-2001. Using the callsign NA1SS - Shepherd completed the first-ever ARISS contact on December 21, 2000. During a ten-minute radioamateur connection, he talked to 14 students of grades 1 to 8 plus a science and math teacher Rita Wright at Luther Burbank Elementary School near Chicago.
We have recently celebrated the 18th anniversary of this event

Greetings,
Slawek SQ3OOK
ARISS SSTV Award Manager

domingo, 10 de febrero de 2019

Picoglobo AMSAT-LU


De: Amsat Argentina
Enviado el: Domingo, 10 de Febrero de 2019 13:34
Para:
Asunto: PicoGlobo LU en viaje a Sud Africa

Amigos,

El sabado 9 de Febrero a las 21:30 gmt desde Villa Gesell, lanzamos - mi esposa Ale y yo - un pico globo con señal distintiva lu1esy. Luego de ascender por la noche hasta 11000 metros, en la manana del 10/2 los primeros reportes llegaron de la estacion alemana en Antartida (Neumayer III DP0GVN) y luego de dos estaciones brasileras (PY1EME y PY2GN).

El globo es un SBS13 de superpresion y la electronica un tracker de 25 mw alimentado por paneles solares (WB8ELK,  modificado por LU1ESY), transmitiendo en modo wspr en 20 metros (14.095.6 Khz USB para recibir).

Imagenes: http://amsat.org.ar/images/pico0.jpg
http://amsat.org.ar/images/pico2.jpg http://amsat.org.ar/images/pico3.jpg .

El derrotero del pico globo puede verse en http://lu7aa.org.ar/wspr.asp - excelente software desarrollado por Pedro LU7ABF - asi como en las app de wspr para celulares y en http://wsprnet.org .

El ultimo reporte de DP0GVN (GRACIAS DH5CW MATTHIAS, manager de la estacion) lo ubica en GF74KE, a 11.520 metros de altura, volando a 90 kilometros por hora rumbo 90 grados.

Mucho ayudaria que active su estacion recibiendo WSPR en 20m con https://physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/k1jt/WSPR2_r1714.EXE y contribuyendo sus capturas hacia http://wsprnet.org .

Se agradecen reportes 73 Ignacio (lu1esy), y de ser posible la difusion de esta informacion.

73, LU7AA, AMSAT Argentina
http://amsat.org.ar
https://facebook.com/AMSAT.LU