Due the radio noise low levels on Ager, I decided to operate a new SatNOGS station there.
SatNOGS is an interesting initiative where we observe the sky in a difference way. Each day a high number of satellites cross our sky broadcasting radio data, we try to capture and create a big database with all this communications.
Regularly the future observations are schedule automatically based on the satellite orbits (best approach) and using some filters depending of the modulation and digital mode used.
Here you will find my future schedule and also what satellites are captured.
I prefer to observe NOAA satellites and of course the ISS.
As one of these “objects” who cross our skies is the International Space Station, it’s possible to ear crew conversations, usually between them and some schools students asking everything. More info on https://www.ariss.org/contact-the-iss.html
That’s how sounds:
carballada · Best ISS Audio from Observation #2618847
Here the link to this SatNOGS observation