InSpacE – ISS (MAI-75) SSTV Experiment Aug 6-7 2021
International Space Station (ISS) will transmit a Slow Scan TV (SSTV) images. It will be on 145800 KHz Mode FM, PD-120. Transmissions are part of the Moscow Aviation Institute SSTV experiment (MAI-75) and will be made from the amateur radio station RS0ISS in the Russian ISS Service module (Zvezda) using a Kenwood TM-D710 transceiver.
This EVENT scheduled on
August 6th, 2021 (Friday) from 10:50 GMT until 19:10 GMT or 17:50 WIB Aug 6th until 02:10 WIB Aug 7th
August 7th, 2021 (Saturday) from 09:50 GMT until 15:55 GMT 16:50 WIB until 22:55 WIB
Dates and times subject to change.
The Indonesian Space Explorer will join the MAI-75 ISS SSTV Experiment, You will be awarded with Diploma by sending us your Image with this following conditions:
1. Everyone with SSTV image decoded from ISS SSTV event (August 6 – 7, 2021) are eligible to claim the Diploma.
2. Image has to be original, do not edit the default filename whatever decoder you are using. (we recommend RXSSTV)
3. Claim your Diploma by sending us one image with at least 50% decoded from the event.
4. Do not sent your Image to our email, Fill this MAI-75 Experiment Form.
Only filling in one time, make sure your form is completely done before sent out.
5. Please give us maximum 3 (three) working days then keep checking our website to see if your claim is accepted and your diploma is ready from this link👉 MAI-75 Experiment Diploma
6. Form will be closed on Aug 14th, 2021 23:59 Western Indonesian Time or 16:59 UTC.
All following rules & decisions issued by InSpacE officers are not to be discussed and final.
InSpacE Terms and Conditions
By submitting SSTV images you captured from the International Space Station during ISS SSTV event – August 6-7th, 2021, you agree that InSpacE has no obligation to display the image or to acknowledge the submission. We may display your name and/or callsign with images you submit on our promotion & social media. You also agree InSpacE is not obliged to recompense you in any way for it. Support us by spreading the spirit of amateur radios through youths (Students & Scouts) around the world, visit our Facebook pages to stay update
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