The following bulletin has been issued by the ARRL on TV transmissions from the International Space Station
SB SPACE ARL ARLS009
ARLS009 ARISS-Russia SSTV Transmissions Continue
The ARISS-Russia SSTV transmissions from the International Space
Station’s the Russian Service module that started on June 29 may
continue until July 13, when the equipment being used for SSTV
transmissions will be required for a school contact.
RS0ISS is sending stored images commemorating various satellites
that have been hand-deployed from the ISS, including the first such
satellite deployment from the ISS in 2006, Suitsat-1/Radioskaf-1,
which consisted of a discarded Russian Orlan spacesuit reconfigured
to function as a free-floating Amateur Radio transmit-only
satellite. SSTV transmissions will take place on 145.800 MHz FM
using PD-120 SSTV mode (5 kHz deviation).
According to David Boult, G7HCE, the images are now being sent
uncropped. The ISS Fan Club website will show when the space station
is within range. More information is available on the AMSAT-UK
website at, https://amsat-uk.org/beginners/iss-sstv/ .