[amsat-bb] Re: RS-38?
hamsat at xs4all.nl
Sun Jan 3 12:21:19 PST 2010
Mike and I discussed this offline. Mike now agrees with the
contents of my earlier posting. So to prevent further confusion,
let me repeat:
RS38 is NOT Ugatusat, but
RS38 = RS28 = Universitetsky 2 = Tatiana 2 = 35869 = 2009-049E.
Meanwhile we are looking for contact persons in Russia who can
provide further information on satellites like RS22, RS30 and RS38.
Mike Rupprecht wrote:
> 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
> Telemetry :
> 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!
> 73, Mike
> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> 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
> as 'RS38'.
> 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.
> Nico PA0DLO
> 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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