What channel is the NASA launch on?
SpaceX’s Crew-3 mission is targeted to launch before 9:03 pm ET on Wednesday, November 10. NASA astronauts Raja Chari, Tom Marshburn, Kayla Barron, and European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Matthias Maurer will be aboard the spacecraft. You can watch the launch LIVE on Science Channel.
How can I listen to the International Space Station?
The frequency of the downlink should be 145.800MHz. As the ISS climbs above your horizon, because of doppler-shift, listen on 145.805. Switch to 145.800 as the ISS approaches zenith. Switch to 145.795 as the ISS drops toward the other horizon.
Is there a NASA podcast?
From longform interviews with astronauts and engineers to narrative shows that take you on a tour of the galaxy, NASA’s diverse podcast portfolio lets you experience the thrill of space exploration without ever leaving Earth.
What is NASA Third Rock radio?
NASA today (Dec. 12) unveiled a new online radio station dubbed “Third Rock: America’s Space Station” in the U.S. space agency’s latest bid to spread its space exploration to the American public.
What frequency does the ISS use?
As mentioned above, the transceiver on board the ISS is tuned to transmit radio signals at a frequency of 145.80 MHz. “Anybody with a receiver or scanner able to tune into that frequency can listen to the space station when it’s overhead,” Ransom said.
Where is the James Webb Telescope now?
The most powerful space telescope ever launched just fired its thrusters to reach its permanent cosmic address. With this final course adjustment complete, the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is now orbiting around the sun at a distance of nearly 1 million miles (1.5 million kilometers) from Earth.
What is the ISS repeater frequency?
145.990 MHz FM
Amateur Radio on the ISS
|ISS Amateur Radio Frequencies|
|Mode V APRS (Worldwide APRS Digipeater) Most common operating mode.|
|Downlink||145.800 MHz FM|
|Mode V/U FM Voice Repeater Worldwide|
|Uplink||145.990 MHz FM|