JAXA is asking for help from ham radio operators for its upcoming OMOTENASHI lunar mission.
Part of the mission involves landing a tiny surface probe on the moon. Most of the crafts telemetry will be send in the 70cm band and JAXA Ham Radio Club would really appreciate your help in recording as much of it as possible.
Check out their homepage for more details:
If you prefer students launching a rocket they build themselves over rich people going to space for for fun, check out the Stratos IV launch livestream by Delft Aerospace Rocket Engineering.
The #C3Space SSTV Flut will now display any SSTV images send to us via 433.400Mhz in PD120.
You should be near our assembly (https://36c3.c3nav.de/l/c3space/@0,446.44,379.75,4) for the best results.
Find us here:
Have a fun weekend everyone !
Urgent Call: All Power To The ISS!
TLDR: If you are capable of transmitting up to the ISS with > 30dBW EIRP on 70cm, the #marconissta experiment needs your help.
PSA: Due to the shutdown of the hackint matrix bridge our primary communication channel has been migrated to freenode.
IRC: #c3space on irc.freenode.net
Matrix: #c3space:matrix.org, try https://matrix.to/#/!LcdZSGllxqeQISyXUI:matrix.org?via=matrix.org
Some interesting events inside #35C3 "OIO workshop domo" (Open Infrastructure Orbit tent) if you are interested in space comms:
Day 2 2000-2100 CET: @SatNOGS meeting (AOS)
Day 3 1400-1600 CET: @SatNOGS meeting (TCA)
Day 4 tbd: optional @SatNOGS meeting (LOS)