[amsat-bb] Re: Object IDs
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Tue Dec 17 08:39:08 PST 2013
Thanks Nico PA0DLO
for the work put in to this and sharing this with the community.
73 Jan PE0SAT
On 17-12-2013 14:32, Nico Janssen wrote:
> Further doppler measurements show that TshepisoSat (aka ZACube 1) is
> object 39417 (2013-066B) and AMSAT-OSCAR 73 (aka FUNCube 1) is object
> 39444 (2013-066AE). Therefore HiNCube must be object 39445
> It is not easy to get a good doppler curve with many Cubesats because
> the limited transmissions and because of the frequency drift of their
> beacon transmitters.
> These object IDs from the Dnepr launch seem to be correct, although
> still need to be confirmed (tbc):
> 39416 2013-066A Aprizesat 7
> 39417 2013-066B TshepisoSat
> 39418 2013-066C Skysat 1
> 39419 2013-066D Dubaisat 2
> 39421 2013-066F Unisat 5
> 39422 2013-066G STSat 3
> 39423 2013-066H WNISat 1
> 39425 2013-066K Aprizesat 8
> 39427 2013-066M Triton 1
> 39428 2013-066N Delfi-n3Xt
> 39429 2013-066P Dove 3
> 39430 2013-066Q GomX 1
> 39431 2013-066R BRITE-PL
> 39432 2013-066S HumSat D (tbc)
> 39436 2013-066W Eagle 2 ($50Sat) (tbc)
> 39438 2013-066Y Velox PII (tbc)
> 39439 2013-066Z First-MOVE (tbc)
> 39440 2013-066AA CubeBug 2 (tbc)
> 39444 2013-066AE AMSAT-OSCAR 73
> 39445 2013-066AF HiNCube
> 39446 2013-066AG UWE 3 (tbc)
> Nico PA0DLO
> On 2013-12-01 16:25, Nico Janssen wrote:
>> An update on the satellite IDs.
>> Still no IDs are available for the satellites launched from the ISS
>> (except TechEdSat 3P) and the Minotaur.
>> Several IDs have been published for the objects from the Dnepr launch
>> but many need to be confirmed. Still not all TLEs are released.
>> AMSAT-OSCAR 73, ZACube 1 and HiNCube were launched from the same
>> As they initially were close together, the JSpOC decided to release
>> one TLE set for this cluster under object number 39417 (2013-066B).
>> the distances between these satellites are slowly increasing. So the
>> question is which satellite is object 39417.
>> Detailed doppler measurements show that ZACube 1 is now about 25 s
>> compared to the TLE for object 39417, while OSCAR 73 is about 11 s
>> early. This seems to indicate that object 39417 is actually HiNCube.
>> Hopefully TLEs for OSCAR 73 and ZACube 1 will be published soon.
>> Nico PA0DLO
>> On 2013-11-23 11:32, Nico Janssen wrote:
>>> An overview of the presently known IDs for the satellites that have
>>> been launched recently.
>>> ISS JSSOD Cubesat launches
>>> 2013-11-19 12:18 UTC
>>> 39412 1998-067DA Pico Dragon ?
>>> 39413 1998-067DB ArduSat 1 ?
>>> 39414 1998-067DC ArduSat X ?
>>> To be confirmed when the objects have more separation.
>>> 2013-11-20 07:58 UTC
>>> 39415 1998-067DD TechEdSat 3P
>>> Minotaur 1, Wallops Flight Facility
>>> 2013-11-20 01:15 UTC
>>> ORS3 & ELaNa 4: 29 satellites
>>> So far only 4 TLEs published. No IDs yet but probably:
>>> 39380 2013-064A STPSat 3
>>> Dnepr, Yasny
>>> 2013-11-21 07:10:11 UTC
>>> 32 satellites
>>> 19 TLEs published
>>> 39417 2013-066B FUNcube 1
>>> 39427 2013-066M Triton 1
>>> 39428 2013-066N Delfi-n3Xt
>>> Note that all designations may change later on.
>>> Nico PA0DLO
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