With 2019 coming to an end, it is time to look back on what happened after MarconISSta was deinstalled in February. First, we have to apologize for the radio silence of the past months.Read More End-of-year update
This morning we were informed that MarconISSta was deinstalled on Saturday, February 9th 2019, by NASA astronaut Anne McClain.Read More MarconISSta: Mission completed
What a week! During the past three days, we had as many visitors on our blog as in all weeks before in total. Thank you once again for contributing to our experiment. We need more time to process the data, but you might be curious if we received your data.Read More All Power To The ISS: First Results
We were just informed that it is likely that MarconISSta will be deinstalled on February 9th 2019. This is about three weeks earlier than expected, so we quickly have to finish any outstanding activities. Therefore: All Power To The ISS!Read More Urgent Call: All Power To The ISS!
Hello 2019 and sorry for waking up so late! We apologize for not posting any updates for the past few weeks! MarconISSta had a slow start in 2019 As you know, the MarconISSta outreach team had a slow start in 2019 and completely forgot to post any updates, but even the hardware prefered to start […]Read More Back in the game
Things have been busy, as the end of the year approaches fastly and administrative jobs have to be completed. Sorry for not posting any news for week 48 and 49 before. Current status The experiment ran nominally for 10 weeks now. It seems like all bugs have been eliminated. We received 9 GBs of data: […]Read More Weekly Update (week 48-50)
Not too much happened since our last post. The most important news is that our two-weeks span without experiment interaction went as expected. Our ground support BioTESC was busy with live operations for the German Horizons experiment CIMON, which went pretty well. BioTESC asked in advance if it is possible to prepare MarconISSta such that […]Read More Weeky update (week 47)