The following satellites have been and removed from this week's AMSAT-NA TLE Distribution:
OBJECT D - Cat ID 46275. OBJECT F - Cat ID 46277. To understand why, first consider that at this time about 52 satellites have been placed in orbit, so far. Nico Janssen, PA0DLO, has determined that Object D and Object F cannot be either AmicalSat or TTU 110. This based on the fact that Object D and Object F are in the SAME group of satellites (and orbit) into which UPMSat 2 (Cat. ID 46276) was launched. AmicalSat and TTU 100 are in another (and later) group of satellites that were launched later into a higher orbit and are now about a half an orbit away from UPMSat 2 (and Object D and Object F). This is quite a bit of good detective work by Nico!
There's more! Since TTU 100 is not transmitting, it is really not possible to identify TTU 100 by radio signal at this time. (The group that TTU 100 was launched still makes it sure that Objects D and F are not AmicalSat and TTU 100.) So TTU 100's Catalog Number is still (at this time) unknown.
And so ... the following satellite has been and added to this week's AMSAT-NA TLE distribution:
AmicalSat - Cat ID 46287. Again, a big thanks to Nico Janssen, PA0DLO.