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Helped my friend Prescott pull images from space

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Probably the most exciting thing that has happened so far in my Arizona Expedition 2016.4 was the day before yesterday when my friend Prescott pulled an image from the ISS, broadcast to earth via Slow-scan television. The image we pulled was so crisp, it was hard to believe that it was broadcast to us over the course of 36 seconds, and captured on a plywood yagi antenna and a 13$ TV tuner dongle.

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Ryan Rix is a computer infrastructure fanboy who dabbles in decentralized systems. Reach him on twitter as @rrrrrrrix, via email to ryan@whatthefuck.computer or on Facebook or on Matrix as @rrix:kickass.systems.