[amsat-bb] Re: RS-38?
mail at mike-rupprecht.de
Fri Jan 1 10:39:06 PST 2010
Happy New Year! How did you know about that?
The received CW telemetry on 435.490 MHz belongs to the Object #35869 - this
is UGATUSat. See spacetrack.org:
35869 UGATUSAT 2009-049E CIS 2009-09-17 TTMTR
101.27 98.78 823 815 0.3263
rs38 ubs202 uab188 ibs16 iab149 isp38 tab157 tsep146 tuf0 tbi167 tspa162
tspb255 mcon69 sma116 smb104 mra11 mrb14
rs38 ubs205 uab191 ibs16 iab154 isp42 tab157 tsep146 tuf0 tbi167 tspa178
tspb255 mcon69 sma110 smb105 mra11 mrb14
The Object #35868 is TATIANA 2 (aka Universitetsky 2) and is sending CW
telemetry with RS28.
rs28 ubs157 uaba159 uabb159 ibs5 iaba125 iabb125 ispa0 ispb125 taba129
tabb126 tsep131 mcon69 sma153 smb135 mra6 mrb30
rs28 ubs162 uaba173 uabb169 ibs4 iaba133 iabb134 ispa1 ispb133 taba129
tabb126 tsep131 mcon69 sma151 smb135 mra6 mrb30
Both satellites are more than 12 minutes apart!
Von: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] Im
Auftrag von Nico Janssen
Gesendet: Freitag, 1. Januar 2010 18:40
An: Elan Portnoy
Cc: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Betreff: [amsat-bb] Re: RS-38?
RS38 is the satellite Universitetsky 2 alias Tatiana 2, that was
launched on September 17 from Baikonur, together with Ugatusat.
Initially it identified itself as 'RS28'. But reports from Moscow
called it 'RS38'. Now the satellite also has started to identify
A couple of weeks after launch the kepler sets were mixed up.
Initially RS38 was 35868, 2009-049D. But now RS38 is 35869,
2009-049E. (Probably Ugatusat is now 35868.)
RS38 can transmit CW and various digital modes on a number of
frequencies between 435.260 and 435.490 MHz. The digital modes
are probably only active when the satellite is within range of
the command station in Russia. The CW telemetry recently showed
up mostly on 435.490 MHz.
Happy new year.
Elan Portnoy wrote:
> I seem to have trouble finding data on this bird. Can someone point me to
keps, etc. so I can load her into SatPC?
> Elan - WB2IOL
> --- On Thu, 12/31/09, Andrew Rich <vk4tec at tech-software.net> wrote:
>> From: Andrew Rich <vk4tec at tech-software.net>
>> Subject: [amsat-bb] Working my way thru the birds
>> To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
>> Date: Thursday, December 31, 2009, 5:58 AM
>> Using my new sat_reporter
>> Andrew Rich VK4TEC
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