ISS update

| November 13, 2015

A 3.8m dish is being loaned to the ARISS project by Satellite Catapult at Goonhilly and it will be used to track the ISS and provide real time video during the schools contacts scheduled for early next year.

Last week, G8GTZ, M0AEU and G3VZV installed a PC with Minitioune software and a DB6NT downconverter to receive the ISS on the dish and they received video for 8.5 minutes during one pass whilst conducting tests.

You can see a video about watching the ISS by Graham Shirville, G3VZV on the BATC YouTube channel as part of the CAT15 lectures.

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