OBSERVER MESSAGES ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION AND SATFLARE SITE
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Date Now: 25/05/2018 20:27:53 UTC Refresh

Registered Users: 14602. Welcome to our new member belly007 (Martin) who registered on 25/05/2018 03:24:01 UTC. Many thanks for having joined us.

Antarcticsub313
23/05/2018 21:15:36 UTC
Hi and glad to be here. In the middle of the pacific on Maui.

madfuse
21/05/2018 08:43:56 UTC
Hi to all space-addicts ! I'm Matthew from Vienna, Austria. Completely new in this Universe but fascinated ever since. I just startet 2 weeks ago to watch the moon, ISS, some bright dots and suddenly i understood to do more, much more, observation. This site is now something like my personal-coach and it helps me that much. Thank you for that, love your site. I'll keep an eye on you ;-) . Wish you a dark night and all the best, matthew...

coolhand
03/05/2018 15:10:39 UTC
hi all just new to the site . will have to see what,s going on

bobthesatellite
01/05/2018 22:14:44 UTC
What satellite will burn up and will St. Louis Missouri be able to see it?

bobthesatellite
30/04/2018 22:34:17 UTC
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01/05/2018 22:12:10 UTC
Hey guys I'm 11 and can you tell me a lot about satellites because I think space is really cool!!!

sv1fyz
18/04/2018 05:35:41 UTC
Hello from Athnes Greece... Just registered and following!!!!!

Ainapure
01/04/2018 17:25:53 UTC
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01/04/2018 17:42:06 UTC
Hello ! I am Atul V. Ainapure. Trying to monitor the Tiangong space station which is abandoned and left to fall on earth. Just wanted to know as How is it warned to the aeroplanes flying near by in the region where the Tiangong will be passing.

jtveg
01/04/2018 13:22:40 UTC
I hope it goes low enough over Sydney so that we can see it burn up in the atmosphere.

Judy
01/04/2018 02:43:48 UTC
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01/04/2018 02:50:06 UTC
Hello from Fort Bragg California.... Just registered and following!

Buwan
01/04/2018 01:54:51 UTC
To Ming (Max) Kumusta Kaibigan. Formerly Zambales Province. Now in the SE US. To all other viewers Thanks for your welcomes. I look forward to learning from all of you and watching the skies. Buwan

TeamTrekkerz
31/03/2018 12:29:28 UTC
Greetings from Southern Oregon. I used to be a member a long time ago but just recently re-found this site. Many many years before the internet my cousin and I would sit out in the summer time and keep a list of when satellites would pass overhead. Good Times.

Ming
31/03/2018 07:20:57 UTC
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31/03/2018 07:21:59 UTC
Gd'day, Am Ming a.k.a Max an Amateur Radio Operator in the Philippines and am interested in having a contact with the ISS also to receive Slow Scan TV pictures from them using my radio. 73 to all (73-Best Wishes) and Mabuhay (Long Live) from the Philippines!

Chaz
31/03/2018 04:51:04 UTC
Hello to all from Susanville, California USA, I just found this website and registered a few minutes ago. This is really exciting being able to know what I`m looking at when I get the chance to do so. It gets really tiring running from my telescope into the house and try to find what I`m seeing,then running back out to find it has passed. This should take out a ton of sudden sprints.

DJP62
28/03/2018 13:56:55 UTC
Hello. The messages which we publish are they sent in to the ASTRONAUTS on the ISS? Or are they booked for the site Sat-Flare? Thank you for us say it.

f-bret
27/03/2018 15:16:51 UTC
hello are the messages here are really relaying to the ISS station or are they just for the satflare site Thank you for your reply Eric France bretagne 56

f-bret
27/03/2018 15:07:40 UTC
Hello has the scientific comunauté and spaciale international good luck to the astronauts and the international cosmonauts of ISS Eric of France Brittany 56

DJP62
27/03/2018 15:01:24 UTC
Hello of the North/France

orange
25/03/2018 10:51:44 UTC
Bonjour de la Nievre France

Cubby
21/03/2018 16:53:16 UTC
Hi everyone, it’s Cubby from suburban Chicago. Years ago when the kids were away at college I saw in my local paper that a NASA Engineer was coming to my local library. I was instantly hooked and re United in space science. We get together once a month and cover a lot of territory. The group web site is called MASS, Metropolitan Astronomy and Space Science. Learning never gets old, thanks for everything, Cub

maury
12/03/2018 10:45:04 UTC
ciao sono Maurizio da Genova Italia sono radioamatore indicativo IW1QHZ vorrei ricevere le comunicazioni dell' ISS

Andromeda14
09/03/2018 14:05:06 UTC
Hi all from the Uk , enjoying exploring the site ... Wow this is amazing .. I have a very keen interest in all things Space/tech related . Have a great weekens everyone . :-)

Rustyfish53
04/03/2018 06:33:24 UTC
Hey from the USA and the state of Alabama new to this site and hope to learn as I go so please take pity on me as I don’t know exactly what I’m doing or saying either thanks in advance too.

hogholder
26/02/2018 11:36:08 UTC
Hello, my name is Harry and I'm an Amateur Radio Operator. KB8UBQ I live in Ohio and been interested in Space Station tracking for years. Hoping to make a contact sometime.

AleMagCosta
15/02/2018 08:45:36 UTC
Hello everyone. Greetings from Brazil!

chief
15/02/2018 00:29:06 UTC
Greetings All, Looks like I'm one of many newbies to the site. Does anyone know if there is some kind of tutorial for getting started here?

Lemimi
29/01/2018 13:02:01 UTC
Hello everyone, I'm Michel and I'm watching you from a small village in the north west of France: "La Chapelle des Bois des Faulx". Have fun and enjoy ... Lemimi

gilbert
28/01/2018 22:00:48 UTC
Bonjour de Pertuis dans le Vaucluse ( France )

Q.C.
28/01/2018 11:35:17 UTC
Salve a tutti,il mio nome è Quirino,cosa dire che amo l'astronomia e soprattutto il nostro pianeta.(perla rara se non unica) Un abbraccio a tutti.

Lorelyn
23/01/2018 06:31:56 UTC
Hello from Manila, Philippines. My coordinates Latitude: 14.5503 ° N Longitude: 121.033 ° E

Fortyplus
16/01/2018 19:57:53 UTC
Greetings from Dublin, Ireland :)

pat
14/01/2018 22:26:31 UTC
Hello to all I'm Patrizia from Italy and I'm a simple impassioned

Vero51
05/01/2018 19:33:07 UTC
Bonsoir, j'habite à Reims, en France. Je n'ai aucune notion d'astronomie mais je suit l'ISS depuis que l'astronaute français ,Mr Pesquet, nous a transmis tant de belles images. C'est magnifique! Bonne continuation à tous!

owelle
20/12/2017 07:14:39 UTC
Hi to everyone in the house. I am an amateur in this platform I wish to know more about the satellite, space, moon, sun, asteroids etc.

Rev
25/11/2017 09:00:15 UTC
Greetings from Classic Rock West Coast Radio in Vancouver, Washington USA

GIA925
17/11/2017 21:53:27 UTC
First time ever on this type of info. don't know what i am doing, or looking for as of now, but am VERY INTERESTED IN THE BLACK HOLE WE CAN'T SEE IN THE ARCTIC. i can't even say if this is the proper forum for my many question's. need some help, ty.

ALBERTKAMONERA
03/11/2017 13:06:34 UTC
hello please to meet you . my coordinates are as follows latitude -19,458742 longtude 29,822889

ferro67
14/10/2017 19:44:59 UTC
Hi.. Fabio from Florence, Italy

joy
18/09/2017 06:11:23 UTC
Looking out ahead of 92317

joy
18/09/2017 06:09:26 UTC
Hello everyone finding peace out in space

thanu
18/09/2017 05:47:15 UTC
hi all , i m new to this site , need help

danisasatdsrtdry
17/09/2017 21:10:32 UTC
hello. pleased to meet you.

abysswalker
02/09/2017 22:18:25 UTC
sorry about the last post, I am not 678 years old I am a 68 year old cluts (fat fingers)

abysswalker
02/09/2017 22:16:04 UTC
Hello every one--just came across this site and it looks to be very interesting. I am a new bee when it comes to sky watching, not really--bin watching the stars and interested in astronomy most all my life (678 years) but other things got in the way (like making a living) I have not studied space tech very much-but willing to learn.

Desdinova
25/08/2017 02:36:14 UTC
Hi All, this is Matthew from Southwest Florida. Got back into skywatching after years of living in a light-polluted city and am looking forward to using some rudimentary equipment to get back into space, at least visually.

gyapp
11/08/2017 16:11:57 UTC
Science teacher from England. Have been a regular watcher of the ISS passing overhead. Want to learn how to spot other things of interest!

Aga23
04/08/2017 08:40:45 UTC
Hi everyone, I'm new observer from Poland. 2 days ago I saw ISS flying over Poland! It was amazing :) i wana see ISS again.

pankajjani4u1953
19/07/2017 17:12:07 UTC
Hi This is Pankaj M. Jani, Call sign VU3PMJ from Mumbai, India, Exited to receive SSTV images from International Space Station ( Zarya) from July 20th onwards at 21-00 hrs UTC time, wishing you all the best to all Amateur Radio operators around the world. This year specially homebrewed vhf/uhf satelite antenna operated with motorized rotor on my terrace. frequency 145-800 Mhz downlink frequency, FM mode, Equipment Yaesu 411E.

Ironman
25/06/2017 12:16:52 UTC
Hello everyone my name is Keith and I'm an amateur but a long time sky watcher . Very excited to be a part of this group . Always looking to discover strange and new sightings . I found this sight by accident searching on the internet for new web sights and low and behold here I am . Hope to learn and hear a lot of new posts . thank you

Simone
26/05/2017 11:54:07 UTC
Hi Jono82! Welcome! Build your personal tracking list depending on the objects you want to observe! Enjoy

Jono82
26/05/2017 03:40:43 UTC
Hi everyone, my name's Jon and I'm an amateur observer from the U.K(East England specifically). Found this site completely by accident and it seems that it has everything I could possibly need (& some!). Is there anything I should be checking out on here first?


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