Rupesh Lad,VU2LRD / VU2COE, of the COEP CSAT Team posted the following on
> CSAT Swayam Satellite is successfully placed in orbit by ISRO PSLV C34.
> The post launch TLEs for tracking satellite are updated on website below.
> Swayam Post Launch TLEs
> 1 99999U 16005A 16174.17619444 .00001959 00000-0 92201-4 0 1233
> 2 99999 97.5045 233.3359 0010838 253.1764 319.5872 15.19417963 15
There were 20 satellites to be launched 6-22-2016. Further information is
available in AMSAT NEWS Service Bulletin ANS-171 at
http://amsat.org/pipermail/ans/2016/000915.html and also ont the AMSAT-UK
website at http://amsat-uk.org/
CSAT Swayam is the only satellite that I have specific information on at
The name for LUSEX in this week's TLE distribution has been changed to
NuSat1-LUSEX. The reason for this change is to avoid name confusion in the
future between NuSat1 and NuSat2 satellites. (Thanks to Nico, PA0DLO for
this good suggestion.) Note:LUSEX is the name of the transponder experiment
on the satellite NuSAT1, NORAD CAT ID 41557 (launched on 5-30-2016).
See LUSEX details in AMSAT News Service Bulletin ANS-157 at
NuSat2, NORAD CAT ID 41558 (launched on 5-30-2016) has also been added to
this week's TLE distribution. NuSat2 has only a 437.445 Mhz beacon.
Also note that Space-Track has actually not named objects 41557 and 41558 as
yet. So ... there is still a chance that further name changes may happen.
LUSEX was launched on May 30, 2016 at 03:17 UTC.
1 41557U 16033B 16152.77798618 -.00000074 00000-0 00000+0 0 9994
2 41557 97.4972 225.8884 0013348 271.9819 211.6087 15.25215850 251
Above is the current TLE for LUSEX as of date/time of this email, assuming
that the NORAD CAT ID is in fact 41557. Once all the objects separate the
NORAD CAT ID may change. Since in the end, we try to go with the SpaceTrack
ID number because it causes less confusion in the long term, there is a
remote chance we may have to change the NORAD CAT ID. Hopefully, we do in
fact have the right ID number and no change will be necessary.