Secondary School Students Decode ISS Images

Students at Sree Narayana Trust Higher Secondary School returned to the classroom during their holidays to receive amateur / ham radio Slow Scan Television from the International Space Station. The special ISS transmissions were made in July to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo-Soyuz mission.

Students, supported by the school's amateur / ham radio club - VU2SQL and Principal Jayan VU2JYU decoded the SSTV images on a frequency of 145.800 MHz FM

Examples of ISS SSTV images received by radio amateurs -

ISS Slow Scan TV -