[jamsat-bb:19011] Re: 8/4-8/9 HamTV信号
ja1ogz ＠ jcom.home.ne.jp
2017年 8月 6日 (日) 21:25:30 JST
DE JA1OGZ 金子
From: JAMSAT-BB [mailto:jamsat-bb-bounces ＠ jamsat.or.jp] On Behalf Of Akira Kaneko
Sent: Friday, August 4, 2017 8:35 AM
To: jamsat-bb ＠ jamsat.or.jp
Subject: [jamsat-bb:19010] 8/4-8/9 HamTV信号
ARISS contact planned for YOTA, England
An International Space Station ARISS contact has been planned for astronaut Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA and the Youngsters on the Air (YOTA) event, which takes place in UK.
The ARISS contact is scheduled Tuesday August 8, 2017 at approximately 18.38 UTC.
This will be a direct radio contact, operated by GB4YOTA.
Downlink signals will be audible in parts of Europe on 145.800 MHz narrowband FM.
Moreover, Paolo Nespoli IZ0JPA will operate the HamVideo transmitter.
The Goonhilly receiver will be activated sometime Friday (4th August) and will remain active over the weekend and continue to track the ISS until Wednesday morning, 9th August. Goonhilly, will be one of several European HamTV reception ground stations contributing to the reception of the HamTV signal for the contact itself.
Two web streams will be available:
1. The normal ARISS/BATC website will be available at https://ariss.batc.tv/hamtv ; This shows only the HamTV video downlink as an output from the merger facility, with an indication of which registered HamTV stations are providing signal input to the merger.
2. The ARISS Operations UK Team will be web streaming from the YOTA event itself at https://ariss.batc.tv/ ; This web stream includes introductions and presentations from the RSGB and the YOTA participants before the actual contact itself according to the timetable of the event below.
The timetable of the event is as follows. ALL times are UTC times:
17:30 – All participants and guests to be present at the location. The event web stream (https://ariss.batc.tv/) will start at approximately this time to capture some of the build-up.
17:40 – Formal start of the RSGB/YOTA introductions and presentations.
18:20 – ARISS Operations in the UK take over the event, give the background to what is happening, how it is organised and how all the different elements of the contact are managed.
18:38 – Scheduled time for start of contact with Nespoli operating as NA1SS. The YOTA participants will be using the GB4YOTA callsign.
18:50 – Approximate end of contact with Nespoli. After closing the contact, the operator will invite RSGB/YOTA to formally close down the ARISS event.
Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
ja1ogz ＠ jcom.home.ne.jp
ja1ogz ＠ jarl.com