[amsat-bb] Re: New CubeSat Launch

Edward Cole kl7uw at acsalaska.net
Wed Jan 7 18:49:50 PST 2009

Yes!  Check out Yahoo Group: amateur-DSN

There may not be any current discussion on Selene but the archives 
should have some around the time it originally began orbit.

This group consists of hams and other observers of NASA's and other's 
space probes (generally beyond Earth orbit).  DSN refers to the Deep 
Space Network of tracking stations that track and control/receive 
deep space missions.  Most observing surrounds the x-band centered on 
8415-MHz but also includes the 2200-MHz band.  There is no commercial 
equipment for 8415 and most equipment and antennas are HB.  If 
interested in joining their discussion you must register with Yahoo 
groups.  But you may read their discussions without joining: 

In the near future (2009), I hope to build a DSN downconverter to 
start listening up there with my 16-foot dish.

73, Ed - KL7UW
PS: I worked in the DSN 1971-1979

At 07:14 AM 1/7/2009, WB2LLP wrote:
>Not too long ago some of us listened to the KAGUYA (Selene) satellite
>orbiting the moon.  I have not seen any reference to that satellite in a
>long time.   Is there a site where the people chasing this satellite hang
>If you chase the bottom reference in Mineo's note you see that the Japanese
>are doing some very interesting work.
>TNX es 73 de WB2LLP  Gene
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