An update on the identifications of the new satellites:
39131 2013-015B OSSI 1 39132 2013-015C DOVE 2 39133 2013-015D AIST 2 39134 2013-015E BEESAT 3 39135 2013-015F SOMP 39136 2013-015G BEESAT 2
NEE-01 (Pegaso), Cubebug 1 (Capitán Beto) and Turksat-3USAT are in the group 39151 2013-018B, 39152 2013-018C, and 39153 2013-018D. Which satellite is which object is still to be confirmed.
Two-line elements are available for all these satellites.
The three PhoneSats from the Antares launch have now decayed or are about to decay.
73, Nico PA0DLO
On 2013-04-26 04:35, Ray Hoad wrote:
A lot of activity in the last week!
The week we have added the following cubesat satellites: OSSI-1 Cat# 39130 Beacon on 145.980 MHz CW and 437.525 MHz 1k2 also has LED optical beacon in morse code BEESAT2/3 Cat# 39131 435.950 MHz 4k8 GMSK (two separate satellites real close together for now) SOMP Cat# 39135 Downlink 437.485 MHz including CW, 1k2, 9k6 BPSK, AX25 FSK and AO40 type standard 400bit/s BPSK GRAHAM Cat# 39142 Phonesat 437.425 MHz using smartphone computer, using batteries only only good for about a week BELL Cat# 39143 Phonesat 437.425 MHz using smartphone computer, using batteries only only good for about a week ALEXANDER Cat# 39146 Phonesat 437.425 MHz using smartphone computer, using batteries only only good for about a week
Go to http://ww2.amsat.org and click on "AMSAT NEWS SERVICE WEEKLY BULLETIN" to get details on these new cubesats.