Excellent match so far with these elements:
1 44348U 19036K 19176.47956735 .00000352 00000-0 00000+0 0 9991
2 44348 28.5449 199.6259 0392489 107.1682 11.6450 14.96305882 23
Northern Hemisphere passes begin at about 9:35 PM LOCAL time
Then again at around 11:15 PM and then about 01:00 AM local time ish....
What is amazing, is that it looks like it is about the SAME time every day
for a pass even though the orbit is moving earlier
After a few days, there will be a new orbit around 8 PM local time, and
the others above will continue at the same time.
And so forth. So it is moving earlier but appears to have this sun
thanks for the updates on PSAT2.
The info on your website also lists BICSAT-2.
And you provide info on that Sat on previous posts, but is BRICSAT-2 a separate Satellite launched last night? does it have the same TLEs as PSAT2?
I didnt see it listed in the IARU, or I missed it.
I have an individual who has approached me about working with him over
the phone to help him set up SatPC32. Unfortunately, I do not use
SatPC32 for antenna or radio control on a daily basis and am probably
not the best person to help.
If anyone is willing to help someone with SatPC32 via the phone,
please let me know offline.
FINDU.com has not added PSAT2-1 and USNAP1-1 to the PCSAT.FINDU.COM page so
use these direct searches to find raw packets.
PSAT2-1 (Safe mode, no users) is alive and have seen dozens of packets.
Voltage was low 6.51v at end of last USA east cost pass but it was in the
dark and expected.
We will leave it in SAFE mode for a day to watch charging.
Remember you can also capture PSK31 telemetry every 2 minutes on
435.350 +/- Doppler
Also listen for short 9600 packets from USNAP1 on 437.605
> *1 99999U 19176.29256686 .00000045 00000-0 73504-6 0 00000*
> *2 99999 028.5512 188.7783 0390971 106.7788 082.4136 14.96430410000015*
Fm PSAT2-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI pid=F0 Len=34 >[12:12:45]
Fm PSAT2-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI pid=F0 Len=34 >[12:14:47]
Congrats new sat.
73 de Juan Carlos LU2DPW - Mercedes(BsAs) - GF05gi
Congratulations to PSAT, BricSat, TBEx and the other cubesat missions on this morning's STP-2 Falcon Heavy launch!Our team could use some help finding our little guy, please reach out to me if you can give it a go!
Vehicle name: ARMADILLOfrequency: 437.525baud: 19200more mission info: https://www.ae.utexas.edu/texas-spacecraft-lab-prepares-for-armadillo-launc…
We've got groups of students in Austin and Atlanta looking for it but they are both struggling with station issues. I'm going at it from Boulder in a couple of days but until then it may be talking for no one to hear!
Nice SpaceX launch, what a payload delivery, too bad the center core didn’t land. Is this PSAT satellite part of a PSAT family, I remember seeing PSAT satellite in orbit, is this a replacement?
My g5500 rotator fails intermittently to start in the up position however
momentarily pulse in in the down position it will act normally for several
Any suggestions on how to fix it?
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On Jun-25 Orb #5 13:25-43z
1:Fm PSAT2-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [10:34:18R] [+++]
1:Fm PSAT2-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=16> [10:34:58R] [+++]
1:Fm PSAT2-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [10:35:19R] [+++]
1:Fm PSAT2-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [10:36:20R] [+++]
1:Fm PSAT2-1 To APOFF Via ARISS <UI R Pid=F0 Len=34> [10:37:21R] [+++]
Congrats & TKS for new APRS/PSK Bird !
73, lu7abf, Pedro