[Forum] OSCAR - Status KW 17

Thomas Frey th.frey at vtxmail.ch
Mon May 6 15:25:28 CEST 2013


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OSCAR's mit analogem Transponder
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OSCAR-7 (AO-7)
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[Keine News (aktiv / http://oscar.dcarr.org/)]

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OSCAR-29 (FO-29)
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[Keine News (aktiv)]

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OSCAR-52 (VO-52)
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News-Artikel folgt.

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OSCAR's mit digitalem Transponder / Repeater
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OSCAR-27 (AO-27)
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[Keine News (seit 5.10.12 QRT)]

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OSCAR-50 (SO-50)
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[Keine News (aktiv)]

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CubeSat's und andere Satelliten mit Amateurfunkfrequenz
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OSCAR-11 (UO-11)
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[Keine News (lB 02.13 - 145.8245 MHz FM)]

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OSCAR-55 (CO-55 / Cute-1)
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[Keine News (aktiv - 436.8359 MHz)]

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OSCAR-57 (CO-57 / XI-IV)
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[Keine News (aktiv - 436.8484 MHz)]

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Mozhayets-4 (RS-22)
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[Keine News (aktiv - 435.3524 MHz)]

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OSCAR-58 (CO-58 / XI-V)
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.4633 MHz)]

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LAPAN-TUBSat
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[Keine News (aktiv? - 437.3265 MHz FM)]

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OSCAR-65 (CO-65 / Cute-1.7+APD II)
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.2745 MHz)]


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AAUSAT-II
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.4295 MHz)]

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OSCAR-64 (DO-64)
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News-Artikel folgt.

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OSCAR-66 (CO-66 / SEEDS-2)
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.4854 MHz)]

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Yubileiny (RS-30)
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[Keine News (lB 01.13 - 435.3152 MHz)]

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PRISM
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[Keine News (lB 11.12 - 437.2510 MHz)]

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STARS (Space Tethered Autonomous Robotic Satellite)
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[Keine News (KAI aktiv? - 437.2729 MHz / KU aktiv? - 437.3063)]

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KKS-1
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[Keine News (aktiv - 437.3869 MHz)]

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SwissCube-1
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[Keine News (aktiv - 437.5028 MHz)]

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ITUpSAT1
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[Keine News (aktiv - 437.3230 MHz FM)]

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OSCAR-68 (HO-68)
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 435.7896 MHz)]

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TIsat-1
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[Keine News (lB 03.13 - 437.3034 MHz)]

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RAX-2
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Am 20. April 2013 hörte RAX-2 auf zu senden und reagiert auch nicht mehr auf
Kommandos. Der Ausfall werde untersucht. RAX-2 erreichte die
wissenschaftlichen Ziele und war, länger als geplant, 540 Tage
wissenschaftlich aktiv. (John Springmann)

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OSCAR-71 (AO-71 / AubieSat-1)
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.4729 MHz)]

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Hiscock Radiation Belt Explorer
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.4988 MHz LSB/FSK)]

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M-Cubed
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[Keine News (lB 03.13 - 437.4850 MHz FM)]

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Chibis-M
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[Keine News (09.13 ex - 435.3155 MHz FM)]

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OSCAR-72 (MO-72 / Masat-1)
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[Keine News (aktiv - 437.3462 MHz)]

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XaTcobeo
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.3670 MHz FM)]

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PW-Sat
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[Keine News (10.13 ex - 145.9055 MHz)]

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Horyu-2
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[Keine News (aktiv - 437.3719 MHz)]
"... HORYU JG6YBW HORYU JG6YBW ..."

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MiR (Yubileiny-2)
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[Keine News (lB 01.13 - 435.3645 MHz FM)]

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PROITERES
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[Keine News (09.13 ex - 437.4855 MHz)]

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CSSWE
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[Keine News (lB 02.13 - 437.3490 MHz FM)]
! Aktuelle Keplerdaten: 
http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/csswe/data/telemetry/ !

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PolySat-CP5
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[Keine News (10.13 ex - 437.4050 MHz LSB/FSK)]
! Aktuelle Keplerdaten: http://mstl.atl.calpoly.edu/~ops/cp5/CP5.txt !

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Fitsat-1
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[Keine News (aktiv - 437.2497 MHz)]

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TechEdSat-1
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TechEdSat-1 ist am 5. Mai 2013 in der Erdatmosphäre verglüht. JA0CAW konnte
am 4. Mai um 21:31 UTC kein Signal mehr empfangen. (HB9SKA)

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F-1
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[Keine News (* - 437.4850 MHz FM / * - 145.9800 MHz FM)]
*) voraussichtlich am 9.5. ex

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AAUSat-3
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 437.4250 MHz)]

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TUGSat-1/BRITE Austria
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[Keine News (lB 03.13 - 437.3650 MHz / lB 03.13 - 145.8900 MHz)]

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UniBRITE
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[Keine News (lB 04.13 - 145.8903 MHz)]

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Satellit Bion-M-1 im Orbit
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News-Artikel folgt.

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OSSI-1
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Update 3:
OSSI-1 Satellite is still not heard (24th Apr 2013).
Trying to figure out whether the TLE is correct.
http://opensat.cc/wiki/ossi1beacon
(OSSI)

*** News-Artikel folgt.

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AIST-2
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News-Artikel folgt.

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BeeSat-3
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News-Artikel folgt.

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SOMP
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News-Artikel folgt.

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BEESAT-2
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News-Artikel folgt.

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Start der Antares-Rakete
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News-Artikel folgt.

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Graham & Bell (Phonesat-v1a & -v1b (Phonesat 1.0))
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News-Artikel folgt.

*** Laut Space-Track.org und Celestrak.com ist Bell, "NORAD Catalog 
Number" 39145,
immer noch im Orbit ?!


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Alexander (PhoneSat-v2 (PhoneSat 2.0))
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News-Artikel folgt.

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Ham Radio CubeSats Successfully Launched
CZ-2D Launch
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News-Artikel folgt.

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Istanbul Technical University's TURKSAT-3USAT Launched
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News-Artikel folgt.

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CubeBug-1 Reaches Orbit
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[Beacon heard ?!]

01:20-01:33UTC, 1 May 2013, Ele 71 N-E-S, 437.440MHz, 39153U 13018D
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/30501bu1.wav

I seem to have heard the signal of CubeBug-1 in the above path using
"39153U 13018D". The frequency was 5kHz lower than the nominal 437.445MHz,
so 437.440MHz. The received wav file is the size of about 8 seconds, you
can hear only once in this wav file. I do not know whether this is a real
signal from CubeBug-1.

[Response from GS]

Hi JE9PEL!
I can confirm this really sounds like the CubeBug-1!

In fact, thought we haven't heard it ourselves, from reports of other
people, we are now almost sure the central frequency has shifted to
437.438.300 Hz.
(JE9PEL)

*** News-Artikel folgt.

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Rückkopplung
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Tnx 4 msg : Jürgen-DJ7AL

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Mit freundlichen Grüssen, 73
     Thomas Frey, HB9SKA
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   Thomas Frey, Holzgasse 2, CH-5242 Birr, Tel. + Fax: 056 444 93 41
                    http://home.datacomm.ch/th.frey/




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