Space Station Slow Scan TV images
The successful Slow Scan TV projects have sent over 3000 images from the International Space Station to Earth in less than 1 week.
Your support is always welcome.
SSTV Best Shots, April 2009 Misc Pictures Taken By Charles on ISS
SpaceCam1 Best Shots, Oct 12-23 Images via SpaceCam1: (64) See Notes:
SSTV Best Shots, October 15, 2008 Window and training pictures (51)
SSTV Best Shots, October 16, 2008 Window and Soyuz (21)
SSTV Best Shots, October 17, 2008 Window and Soyuz (41)
SSTV Best Shots, October 18, 2008 Windows shots (244)
SSTV Best Shots, October 19, 2008 Windows and Cabin and fun shots (54)
SSTV Best Shots, October 20, 2008 Great cabin and window shots (99)
SSTV Best Shots, October 21, 2008 Cabin and window shots (54)
SSTV Best Shots, October 22, 2008 Richards next to last set, Thanks Richard (55)
SSTV Best Shots, October 23, 2008 Richards last set. (81)
Notes: There is a special VOX (Voice Operated Control) box that connects between the Laptop computer and the Radio. Due to some stray signal levels or RF on the DC power source, the VOX circuitry would keep the transmitter constantly in the ON mode. We are still debugging this issue. We hope that the problem can be corrected by a simple audio level adjustment on the laptop.
The SpaceCam1 SSTV project supports many beneficial features that I know you will like, including:
Slid Show Mode: Sends a continuous stream of images in unattended mode (disk storage or USB camera).
Image Repeater: Receive an image from Earth and then repeated the image with a range of over 1000 miles.
Auto Receive of Images: Images will be auto received and saved to disk for the crew to review later.
Supports SSID call sign: SSTV applications that Support SSID will have their images saved to disk by call sign.
Time Stamp: All images sent are Time-Stamped for easy reference. The Call & Time stamp are saved to the disk too.
Site last updated April 9, 2009