Some absolutely beautiful pictures have been posted on the ARISS SSTV image gallery by schools, educational organizations and ham radio operators worldwide during the SSTV event July 17-19. See http://spaceflightsoftware.com/ARISS_SSTV/index.php.
In commemoration of the Apollo Soyuz SSTV event, ARISS will be distributing a limited edition diploma to all that received the SSTV images. If you want to get a commemorative diploma e-mailed to you, we are cordially invite you to listen on 145.800 MHz FM, decode the audio and share your received images with us.
You can receive a commemorative diploma by filling in one of two application forms:
English version: http://ariss.pzk.org.pl/Apollo-Soyuz/en
or Russian language: http://ariss.pzk.org.pl/Apollo-Soyuz/ru
The deadline to apply for the diploma is the end of July 2015.
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