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Re: UNID signal at 435.325



Hi Brian and Wouter,
I think the unidentified satellite is a Mozhayets type of satellite.
During the pass tonight with AOS at 2055 UTC here in Copenhagen, it
transmitted telemetry like the other satellites of the same name.
This happens when it is in range of St. Petersburg.

If you look at the news from the SSETI crew in Plesetsk, you can
see a reference to a satellite with a name that is close to that.

Have a nice weekend and keep up the good work.

73 OZ1MY
Ib
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From: "Ubbels" <W.J.Ubbels@student.TUDelft.NL>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Friday, October 28, 2005 2:41 PM
Subject: Re: [amsat-bb] UNID signal at 435.325


> Hi all
>
> with the second pass just over we've again heard the signal, AOS was
almost
> exactly as predicted by the latest SSETI TLE's.
> Furthermore, Doppler tuning was just about right (constant audio beat
note) so
> it is very likely that this signal originates from the same launch.
> The latest file can be found at:
>
> http://www.delfic3.nl/SSETI/unid_cw_2.wav
> File size approx. 10 MB
>
> Hope we can solve this mystery hi
>
> Best 73
>
> Wouter Jan Ubbels
> PE4WJ
> Delfi-C3 groundstation
> Delft University of Technology
> The Netherlands
>
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