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ST5 Microsats - Keps



Here are what appear to be the latest keps.
Now, anyone got any frequencies we can listen for?

OBJECT C
1 28982U 06008C   06082.79025924  .00006832  00000-0  37379-3 0    90
2 28982 105.6188 077.8616 2413260 155.8875 217.7301 10.50621786   122
OBJECT D
1 28983U 06008D   06082.79019932 -.00003814  00000-0 -19910-3 0    71
2 28983 105.6165 077.8611 2413161 155.8979 217.7079 10.50664118   126
OBJECT A
1 28980U 06008A   06082.79006202  .00005861  00000-0  32169-3 0    99
2 28980 105.6249 077.8572 2412393 155.8941 217.7061 10.50789155   127
OBJECT B
1 28981U 06008B   06082.78980950  .00002878  00000-0  16035-3 0    99
2 28981 105.6197 077.8601 2411620 155.8791 217.7225 10.51009647   122

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Trevor M5AKA wrote:
> The three ST5 Microsats launched yesterday seen to have gone into an 
> interesting LEO orbit, see
>
> http://www.southgatearc.org/news/march2006/st5_launched.htm
>
> They are in an eliptic orbit 300 km * 4500 km. While the perigee is a 
> bit on the low side a Mode A or B Amateur satellite with omni antennas 
> in such an orbit would have passes significantly longer than Oscar 7, 
> provide very good DX working but still give a reasonable signal 
> strength from a simple low power satellite.
>
> I wonder if there'd be any opportunities in the future for an Amateur 
> payload on such a launch ?
>
> 73 Trevor M5AKA
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