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Re: New Satellites



We're still not sure which object CAPE-1 is since we haven't heard it
recently.  We think 31122 (OBJECT F) is P-POD A with CP4, Aerocube and
Boeing's cube.  Tethers Unlimited's MAST was detected using tracking
information for 31126 (OBJECT J). OBJECTS L, M and N are believed to be
the P-POD B group CAPE1, Libertad1 and CP3, but no good contact has been
made tracking these.  A station in Denmark reported hearing something from
the L/M/N cluster but nothing decipherable.  If anyone on here has time
and a station set up for tracking, any help finding the cubes is greatly
appreciated.

The latest we were tracking was an older version of this TLE.

1 31129U 07012N   07110.22204978  .00000384  00000-0  10000-3 0   102
2 31129 098.0841 185.3550 0102972 204.2636 155.3680 14.51906202   399

Jonathan Wagner, KE5FSG

On Fri, April 20, 2007 5:34 am, Mineo Wakita wrote:
>
> EGYPTSAT 1      31117
> SAUDISAT 3      31118
> SAUDICOMSAT 7   31119
> SL-24 DEB       31120
> SAUDICOMSAT 6   31121
> OBJECT F        31122
> SL-24 R/B       31123
> SAUDICOMSAT 5   31124
> SAUDICOMSAT 3   31125
> OBJECT J        31126
> OBJECT K        31127
> OBJECT L        31128
> OBJECT M        31129
> OBJECT N        31130
>
> OBJECT J = CAPE-1 ?
> 1 31126U 07012K   07109.87495130  .00000393  00000-0  10000-3 0    87
> 2 31126 098.0837 185.0256 0094278 205.2982 154.3455 14.53328747   387
>
> http://www.celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/tle-new.txt
> http://www.space-track.org/perl/login.pl
>
> ---------------------------------------------
> Name: Mineo Wakita / JE9PEL, JAMSAT member
> Mail: ei7m-wkt@asahi-net.or.jp
> URL : http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/
> QTH : Yokohama Japan, GL:pm95tj
> Date: Apr 20, 2007
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