DK3WN / Mike Rupprecht氏の見解では、
RS-38 #35869 is TATIANA-2
RS-28 #35868 is UGATUSAT ということです。
From: Mike Rupprecht
To: Mineo Wakita
Date: Tue, 5 Jan 2010 13:56:35 +0100
Do you remember - after my last posting on the AMSAT-BB regarding RS-38 and
UGATUSAT I had some discussion with Nico PA0DLO and others.
I was confused and so I read all the last e-mails about the RS28/RS38 story
again. And I found this original mail from Andy, G0SFJ on the AMSAT-BB.
That means RS-38 is really Universitetsky-2.
We thought this was an typo at this time we got the e-mail ;-)
> Our satellite called as RS-38 also
> Universitetskiy-Tatiana-2 was launched in 17 september 2009 in 19h
> 55min 12 sec DMT(Decret Moscow Time) from
> Baikonur cosmodrome launching pad N 31.
> All onboard systems are working in normal mode.
> Satellite is stabilisated and orientated properly.
> We are working ower it.
> Mass of the satellite 98,2 kg.
> Power of solar batterys 150 Watts, onboard voltage 27 Volts DC.
> Downlink central frequences are 435.440 MHz and 435.490 MHz for
> onboard systems telemetry and 1.708 GHz for scientific telemetry also.
And this means the TLE from TATIANA-2 and UGATUSAT (seems now to be RS-28)
were swapped by Space-Track or NORAD.
#35869 is TATIANA-2
#35868 is UGATUSAT
Von: Mineo Wakita
Gesendet: Dienstag, 5. Januar 2010 13:50
An: Mike Rupprecht
1 35869U 09049E 10004.86055275 .00000176 00000-0 10000-3 0 951
2 35869 098.7832 059.6567 0005341 112.6006 247.5679 14.21975452 15519
By the above element, UGATUSAT is now typing 'RS38' with 435.490MHz.
Therefore I think the category of RS-38 to be UGATUSat, not TATIANA-2
on your blog ?
JE9PEL, Mineo Wakita