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Re: HITSAT - Object J



Hi Colin,

do you mean really OBJECT J (NORAD 29491)? 

Between OBJECT B (29480) and OBJECT J is a time difference of 27 minutes. 

I can hear HITSAT from AOS to LOS with OBJECT B. But a correction of -1KHz in CW Mode (FT-736R with small filters) is necessary. 

A second question: the RCS of OBJECT B is 9.0. That seems to me for a Cubesat much too largely.

73, Mike
DK3WN



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Betreff: [amsat-bb]  HITSAT - Object J
Gesendet: Do, 05. Okt 2006
Von: "Colin Hurst" <cjhurst@bigpond.net.au>

> Over the last two days I have concluded that HITSAT is more likely to be
> Object J, than Object B.
> Using Object J, I am able to hold the CW tone, to +/- 100 Hertz, using
> homebrew software that updates the RX every 1 second.
> Colin VK5HI.
> 
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