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[aprssig] ISS Digi Current Status?

Robert Bruninga bruninga at usna.edu
Fri Dec 21 19:29:21 UTC 2012

>> Simply look at the live downlink on http://www.ariss.net and you can
>> see who is using it and when.  Bob, Wb4aPR
> This page appears to have not been updated for at least a half decade  --

I would not say it that way, it was last updated less than 30 minutes
ago.  And it shows the most recent ISS downlinks about 20 hours ado.

> It refers you to WB4APR's webpage for details on ARISS operation at a URL
> that has been obsolete for at least that long; i.e. the original WB4APR
> pages at the NAVY.MIL domain.

Yes, Steve Dimese says he will update it eventually to properly point
to my new file location: http://aprs.org/iss-aprs/issicons.html  Then
I can update that if needed.

> All reports from North American stations are at least 2 days old, with most
> over 3 days old.     It appears that the digi was off for a day or two and
> is now back on.
> I have definitely not seen any evidence of activity on 145.825 for the last
> day or two here in central Michigan.   View my satgate UI-Webserver page at:
>     <http://wa8lmf.dyndns.org:14439/mapISS.htm>
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