I submitted my ISS SSTV Image from the April 2018 ISS SSTV Event and received this lovely png in my email this weekend. Yay Me.
For the ISS SSTV Event (which was irritatingly not on the ARISS page this time) I only managed to snag one decode (see below).It’s not too bad a decode for just aiming the antenna on the trunk of my car at the approximate angle of the pass and recording the audio coming out of the speaker with my phone. I decoded the audio later using MMSSTV. Hopefully next time I’ll have a better setup.
As part of the 20th anniversary of amateur radio on the International Space Station (ISS) the crew broadcast a series of Slow Scan Television (SSTV) images from the Russian crew module. After several failed attempts (mostly due to my laptop’s sound card sucking) I managed to receive and decode this image: