AlSat-1N Mission PatchThe AlSat-1N and Pratham satellites, both with
amateur radio payloads, are launching on the Indian ISRO PSLV-C35 mission
planned for 0342 GMT on Monday, September 26, 2016, reports are requested.
The 3U CubeSat AlSat-1N was built in collaboration between the Algerian
Space Agency (ASAL), UK Space Agency (UKSA), Surrey Space Centre (SSC)
staff and Algerian students as a technology transfer and demonstrator
AlSat-1N is also hosting three UK payloads from various institutions and
aims to take images of the Earth and send back data from the UK payloads.
The IARU coordinated downlink is 437.650 MHz 9k6 FSK.
Any downlinked data will be gratefully received at firstname.lastname@example.org
Both decoded hex files and recordings would be greatly appreciated.
Richard Duke M0GSN is transmission authority in the UK under the SSC Club
AlSat-1N Preliminary KEPS / TLE
1 99911U 58056A 16270.26346165 .00000000 00000-0 +80011-4 0 335
2 99911 98.2043 327.8094 0027727 264.5366 95.3533 14.63819911213958
Further information on AlSat-1N can be downloaded from:
AlSat-1N Description PDF
AlSat-1N Space to Ground Messages Spreadsheet
Information on the Pratham student satellite is at