The Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI) will conduct its routine SSTV experiment during orbits passing within range of Moscow on February 7-8.
They typically operate PD180s on a downlink frequency of 145.800 MHz.
Images are sent with approximately 3-minute intervals between transmissions.
February 7: Starts around 08:35 UTC and ends around 15:05 UTC. February 8 – Starts around 10:40 UTC and ends around 14:30 UTC
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