Lilian decodes SSTV images from International Space Station

Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Lilian Putin?, who writes:

Greetings, my name is Lilian Putina and I am from Moldova. I’ve been following your blog for a long time, with the help of it I’ve purchased a short wave radio, SDR, and WRTH almanac.
I take everything a little bit: shortwave, FM DX, weather images from meteorological satellites, decoding of NAVTEX, WSPR and FT-8 etc.

I’m sending you two SSTV images received from ISS on June 30, 2018.

Many thanks, Lilian!  I’m also very pleased that you’re enjoying all aspects of radio–to me, that’s what makes this all so very fun!

2 thoughts on “Lilian decodes SSTV images from International Space Station

  1. Al Holt

    Very nice quality images! ISS SSTV is ‘back on the air’ at least for the weekend on July 7 & 8. I decoded an image from them on Saturday during one of their passes. I understand they’ve got a ‘school event,’ which I guess is a QSO with students, on or about July 13th and that means putting their transceiver to other use.

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  2. George Stein

    Please tell me if there is a good tutorial on how to decode the arriss and weather satellites. I am antenns restricted here. I plan to use my Elad forbthis effort. What software is needed for this effeort (decoding and satellite tracking)?
    Thanks and 73.

    George,NJ3H
    Redmond, Oregon USA

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