437.0000 MHz - SWSU-55 No8 - RS6S #53311
437.0125 MHz - Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan 2 - RS12S #53313
437.0250 MHz - Tsiolkovsky-Ryazan 1 - RS9S #53312
437.0500 MHz - SWSU-55 No1 & R-390 - RS10S ** not active
437.0620 MHz - SWSU-55 No2 - RS11S ** not active
437.0750 MHz - SWSU-55 No3 - RS1S #53309 ** not active anymore (carrier)
437.0820 MHz - SWSU-55 No4 - RS2S ** not active
437.0870 MHz - SWSU-55 No6 - RS4S #53306
437.1000 MHz - SWSU-55 No5 - RS3S #53308
437.1125 MHz - SWSU-55 No7 & R-390 - RS5S #53310
thanks, Nico PA0DLO for assignment
Every day new SSTV pictures are added to my collection, but the quality is decreasing rapidly. All satellites seem to rotate faster and faster. I don’t know with which system they are stabilized (possibly only a permanent magnet) – but the spin rate increases daily. That is a pity.
Sometimes only a carrier can be seen without modulation. This is normal, the KETs send a carrier to tune the space telescope on the ground. RS1S, on the other hand, seems no longer to work (continuous carrier).