FO-29 status 8-2-112011年08月03日 18時40分

From: Frank Wiesenmeyer
To: Mineo Wakita
Date: Tue, 2 Aug 2011 17:10:59 -0500

Hello Mineo:

Enclosed recent FO-29 Telemetry report.  All data looks very good except lot of
Fs in place of Bs in temperature frames.


82  60  97  91  F1  8A  F9  F6  F8  F9  F5  21:24:03
7F  63  9E  96  F1  47  F8  F5  F7  F8  F6  21:34:47

SOLAR ARRAY graph attached.  

Hope you and family are doing well and not affected too much by earth quake.

73 for now,
Frank K9CIS

From: Mineo Wakita
To: Frank Wiesenmeyer

Hi Frank,
Thanks for your FO-29 Solar Array Current Graph update.

We, Japanese restores from the damage of this Earthquake and Tsunami by all means.
However, the damage of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station is serious accident.
Thank you for your kind encouragement.

JE9PEL, Mineo Wakita from Yokohama Japan

ARISSat-1 受信レポート先2011年08月03日 18時42分

When you receive the downlink signal from ARISSat-1/KEDR you are
invited to send your report to the following e-mail boxes.
You will receive a PDF certificate by e-mail.

Students and school groups are especially welcome!
We look forward to your report!

Your report must contain the following information:

1) The signal you received:
   a) the secret word*, 
   b) an SSTV image, or, 
   c) telemetry data

2) Your name or group name

3) The date/time of reception

4) Your e-mail address of where to send your certificate.
   You will receive a PDF certificate via email.

Here are the e-mail boxes to send your reports:

Secret word* contest to:
SSTV image to: 
Telemetry data to:
(either digital or voice report of the data you received)

Received BPSK telemetry and .CSV files should continue to be
sent to:

* Those who do hear the secret word or call sign please do not put
  it out to the world. That would ruin the contest for those still
  waiting for their station to be in range.

You can find the details of the ARISSat-1/KEDR radio frequencies,
links to telemetry decoding software and mission details on-line at:

ARISSat-1/KEDR can be accessed on these frequencies:
+ 145.950 MHz FM Downlink
+ 435 MHz - 145 MHz Linear Transponder
+ 145.919 MHz CW Beacon
+ 145.920 MHz SSB BPSK-1000 Telemetry

[Thanks the ARISSat-1/KEDR Team for the above information]