There are presently three different incompatible storage methods for digital photography. You can look here at the three different methods to help you decide which to get.
The following on the shuttle and Mir from the Scanner news group.
Shuttle amateur Radio experiment (Sarex) Downlink: 145.550 FM This is for both voice AND packet modes. So if you hear short bursts of noise they are in packet mode. Some amateur radio 2 meter FM repeaters carry live air to ground coms. Scan the 2 meter band between 144.000 and 148.000 or ask a local ham if they know of any freqs in your area. If your in the NYC metro area try the W2FCL repeater in Northern N.J. on 146.610. I pick this repeater up from about 100 miles away. On HF, WA3NAN - the Goddard amateur radio club re-transmits the missions on: 3.860 (all freqs. in single side band) 7.185 14.285 14.295 21.390 21.395 28.650 These are dependant on propagation! In South Eastern N.Y. I pick them up on the 80 and 40 meter frequencies ( the first 2 ) the best. They I.D. in morse code and voice. Park on a freq. and listen awhile, coms are not non-stop! There are sometimes long breaks in the action. When the astronauts are asleep they are off the air. If the weather is bad at the station or no control operator is available they won't be on the air either. This is a volunteer service. Thanks to WA3NAN for providing this service! Mir 2 meter FM amateur radio downlinks are on 145.800 (Europe) and 145.985 in the U.S. These are for both voice AND packet radio. So if you hear short bursts of noise they are in packet mode. They are in packet mode most of the time, especially after 2000UTC. (their 8 hour sleep period) There is a ground control freq. of 143.625 FM that is sometimes used as well, but NOT for amateur radio. I hope you speak Russian! Mir is also now on 70 cm with voice downlinks on: 437.950 437.925 Packet downlink: 437.975