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When I look to the heavens, I can't thank the people enough who got us into space and those that paid the ulimate sacrifice. I have been a follower of the space program since I was a little kid. This page is dedicated to the International Space Station and it's activities related to Ham Radio.
Live feed from the ISS is located on YouTube and can be viewed here.
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The following frequencies are currently used for Amateur Radio ISS contacts (QSOs):
- Voice and SSTV Downlink: 145.80 (Worldwide)
- Voice Uplink: 144.49 for ITU Regions 2 and 3 (The Americas, and the Pacific and Southern Asia)
- Voice Uplink: 145.20 for ITU Region 1 (Europe, Russia and Africa)
- VHF Packet Uplink and Downlink: 145.825 (Worldwide)
- UHF Packet Uplink and Downlink: 437.550
- UHF/VHF Repeater Uplink: 145.99 (PL 67 Hz)
- UHF/VHF Repeater Downlink: 437.80
Where is the International Space Station right now?
Another great video from the ISS. It was taken on 2013 December 3.
This is one of the best videos I have seen from the ISS. It was taken on 2012 March 5.
Here is another absolutely great video from the ISS. It was published on August 8, 2012.
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