Per Bill Tynan, W3XO, Fox-1D is now designated as AO-92. Remember AO-92 is
not ready for general use at this time. Please do not transmit until
commissioning (two weeks) is complete.
Per Nico Janssen, PA0DLO, it looks like the AO-92 and PICSAT TLEs have not
yet made it into Space-Track TLE list as yet. Which means OBJECTS A -F, and
T, U do NOT include AO-92 and PICSAT. Compared to the 99934 TLEs AO-92 is
38 seconds late and PICSAT is 19 seconds early. Nico also notes that the 3U
CubeSats are going to be easier to detect than the AO-92 1U CubeSat.
More waiting... I will drop the non-amateur radio CubeSats as they are
OBJECT A - NORAD CAT ID 43111 is CartoSat
OBJECT B - NORAD CAT ID 43112 ?
OBJECT C - NORAD CAT ID 43113 ?
OBJECT D - NORAD CAT ID 43114 ?
OBJECT E - NORAD CAT ID 43115 ?
OBJECT F - NORAD CAT ID 43116 ?
OBJECT T - NORAD CAT ID 43128 is Microsat-TD
OBJECT U - NORAD CAT ID 43129 is the fourth PSLV stage
>From previous comments:
> Space-Track has listed the objects from the 1-12-2018 0358 GMT India
> PSLV-C40 launch. This includes Fox-1D as a yet unidentified object. So now
we begin the
> identification phase of determining which object is actually Fox-1D.
> The new objects are as follows:
> OBJECT A - NORAD CAT ID 43111
> OBJECT B - NORAD CAT ID 43112
> OBJECT C - NORAD CAT ID 43113
> OBJECT D - NORAD CAT ID 43114
> OBJECT E - NORAD CAT ID 43115
> OBJECT F - NORAD CAT ID 43116
> OBJECT T - NORAD CAT ID 43128
> OBJECT U - NORAD CAT ID 43129
> Our existing POST-Launch TLEs for Fox-1D ID (99934) are still included
> as the last TLE set.
> I will continue include 99934 until we are reasonably sure that we
> have identified Fox-1D at which time I will change the name to Fox-1D
> or AO-92 as appropriate. The purpose here is to reduce the confusion
> caused by name changes on the various tracking programs in use.
Orbital Elements Manager