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Re: CIS Yubileiny successfully launched 23May08



WOW !! What a footprint from these Objects...  Slightly higher the AO-7
Just over 1500 km...

Very nice and congrats to the builders and the launch team...

Keith N4ZQ


-- "Ralph Wallio, W0RPK" <W0RPK@netINS.net> wrote:
>From http://www.npopm.com/?cid=242

"The spacecraft central panel carries the DOKA-B equipment comprising the onboard computer;
receiving equipment operating in 145 MHz band; transmitting equipment operating in 435 MHz band as
well as the onboard radio navigation equipment."

"After checking the satellite systems, the data related to the first artificial satellite launch is
downloaded. The transmission lasts for 4 minutes. Within this time the following data is downloaded:
a call signal and TM-data (10 seconds); a voice message (1 minute); a pause (50 seconds the first
artificial satellite imitated signals (10 seconds); an image (1 minute); a pause again (50 seconds).
The onboard spacecraft data is transmitted via a radio channel in the 435 MHz international
frequency band of experimental and radioamateur communications, in cyclic mode, in narrow-band FSK
mode.

Voice messages and images can be received in any place of the Earth when the satellite floats above
within the radio visibility ranges. Any standard radio equipment can receive the signal in this
frequency band requiring no additional technical means."

TLEs for 2008-025 Objects A-E

OBJECT E
1 32957U 08025E   08144.85610631  .00000009  00000-0  00000+0 0    10
2 32957 082.4995 138.9551 0200867 272.6626 085.1347 12.77650736    14
OBJECT C
1 32955U 08025C   08145.10180017  .00000010  00000-0  00000+0 0    20
2 32955 082.5031 138.5641 0019114 306.5063 053.4208 12.43247202    67
OBJECT A
1 32953U 08025A   08145.10188983  .00000010  00000-0  00000+0 0    40
2 32953 082.5051 138.5654 0018594 312.0829 047.8656 12.42978740    54
OBJECT D
1 32956U 08025D   08145.10190521  .00000010  00000-0  00000+0 0    11
2 32956 082.5204 138.5524 0017968 317.6120 042.4196 12.42921644    64
OBJECT B
1 32954U 08025B   08145.10200117  .00000024  00000-0  10000-3 0    23
2 32954 082.4959 138.5618 0019422 319.0397 040.9226 12.42638976    61

Object 32957E is probably the spent LV so Yubileiny is probably one of the remaining clustered 
objects.

70cm downlink frequency as yet unknown.

TNX es 73 de Ralph Wallio, WØRPK
W0RPK@netINS.net  W0RPK@arrl.net  W0RPK@amsat.org
http://showcase.netins.net/web/wallio/
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