FO-29 Telemetry Report #22022年02月05日 07時55分

FO-29 Telemetry Report #2
From: Frank Wiesenmeyer
To: Mineo Wakita
Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2022 17:16:32 +0000

Hi Mineo:

Here is another FO-29 telemetry report from last night with 21 frames.
Thedata all looks good and continues to improve with time.
Have you made contacts on FO-29 recently?

The signal from FO-29 is very strong here and sounds as good as when
the satellite was new. The transponder sounds great on SSB with very
little distortion.  It is very linear.

My station as follows:
Kenwood TS2000x radio
2m antenna: 7x7 element circular polarized yagi with switch (M^2 2M CP14)
70 cm: two antennas with relay:
       14 element horizontal Log periodic yagi (KLM 440 14)
       16 element circular polarized yagi 8x8 elements with circularity
       switch. 70 cm mast mounted preamplifier: ARR MSP432VDG-160-C

Antennas mounted on chimney of house at 8 meters.
Thank you for sharing my data with your web site.

73, Frank K9CIS

Astra Rocket3.3 #12022年02月05日 08時45分

Launch : 18:00 UTC, 5 Feb 2022
BAMA-1 : 437.460MHz 2k4bps 2GFSK, 38k4bps 4GFSK
INCA   : 437.125MHz 0k2bps MSK
QUBESAT: 437.740MHz 5k5bps 2FSK
R5-S1  : ?

Astra Rocket3.3 #22022年02月05日 10時15分

BAMA-1 : University of Alabama, USA
INCA   : New Mexico State University, USA
QUBESAT: University of California Berkeley , USA
R5-S1  : NASA Johnson Space Center, USA

Launch window: 18:00-21:00 UTC (1:00-4:00 p.m. EST)
Launch site: SLC-46, Cape Canaveral Space Force Station, Florida
A commercial small satellite launch vehicle developed by Astra will
launch four small experimental CubeSats developed by NASA and U.S.
universities. The payloads include the BAMA 1 CubeSat,
the Ionospheric Neutron Content Analyzer, QubeSat, and a mission
called R5-S1. The CubeSats were selected for launch by NASA through
the agency's Venture Class Launch Services program.
Launch has been set to 19:10 UTC.
@Spaceflight Now