Contatti con la Stazione Spaziale Internazionale.

Un apparato ricevente, un’antenna ed il gioco è fatto!

Un simpatico video di ascolto della stazione Spaziale ISS con Samantha Cristoforetti IZ0UDF; avvenuto in occasione radio collegamenti con alcuni Istituti scolastici sul Pianeta Terra.

Registrazioni effettuate nella Regione Veneto, Venezia; è per questo che si sente solo IZ0UDF Samantha Cristoforetti e non il corrispondente.

Ecco gli appuntamenti:
1) ven, 29 aprile, 09:49 – 10:00 contatto con Istituto Comprensivo N.1 Chieti
2) sab, 30 aprile, 10:37 – 10:48 contatto con Istituto comprensivo di Tolfa


>>> Abbiamo aggiunto anche un widget a bordo pagina del sito per la verifica dei passaggi della ISS.

Samantha Cristoforetti IZ0UDF


“The International Space Station is humanity’s outpost in space. It is an engineering marvel, a place of peaceful and fruitful international cooperation, an interdisciplinary laboratory dedicated to science in a microgravity environment. It is our first step towards a continuous human presence in space. As we prepare for the next step of this decade, which involves a permanent human infrastructure in the lunar orbit, I am thrilled and honored to return to the International Space Station, my home away from home.”

Samantha Cristoforetti, IZØUDF, (born April 26, 1977 in Milan, Italy) is an Italian European Space Agency astronaut, Italian Air Force pilot and engineer. She holds the records for longest single space flight by a woman (199 days 16 hours) and for the longest uninterrupted spaceflight of an European astronaut. She is also the first Italian woman in space. She is one of the Expedition 42 crew members and is scheduled to be part of Expedition 43 aboard the International Space Station.

On May 28, 2021 it was announced that Samantha Cristoforetti will take part as a mission specialist on the SpaceX Crew-4 flight. She will subsequently assume command of the International Space Station during the Expedition 68 mission, thus becoming the fourth female astronaut to assume this role, the first non-American. Regardless of gender, you will be the fifth European astronaut captain of the station and the second Italian (after Luca Parmitano).

More Info about AstroSamantha here:

Contact the ISS

The following frequencies are currently used for Amateur Radio ISS contacts (QSOs):

Voice and SSTV Downlink: 145.800 (Worldwide)

Voice Uplink: 145.200 for ITU Region 1 (Europe, Russia and Africa)

Voice Uplink: 144.490 for ITU Regions 2 and 3 (The Americas, and the Pacific and Southern Asia)

VHF Packet Uplink and Downlink: 145.825 (Worldwide)

UHF Packet Uplink and Downlink: 437.550

UHF/VHF Repeater Uplink: 437.800

UFH/VHF Repeater Downlink: 145.800

Call Signs in Use

The following call signs are available for use on the ISS:

Russian: RSØISS



Packet Station Mailbox: RSØISS-11 and RSØISS-1

Other call signs may come into use as the station and crew change.

For more Infos visit:

Current position and video streaming of ISS:

Upcoming ARISS Contacts