is the norad number and TLE a secret? They provide a tracking page with pretty interface but I can find nothing about it - searching ‘crypto’ or ‘cryptosat’ here or satnogs db comes up empty handed. There’s docs on the api, a simulator, etc.
The NORAD ID 52761 is followed in SatNOGS DB by ION SCV-006 (99394). Their satellite “crypto2” seems to be at a similar location like “ION SCV-006 (99394)” right now. Satellite “crypto1” might be in a similar orbit, we would have to plot those TLEs. It would be interesting to investigate the TLEs to see if they are just re-distributed from space-track.org as their website suggest.
According to https://www.cryptosat.io/ cryptosat-1 was launched on May 25th 2022, which matches the launch date of ION SCV-006.
According to Cryptosat Launches Second Crypto-Satellite Aboard SpaceX Falcon 9 cryptosat-2 was launched on Jan 3 this year, so the cryptosat-2 tle on their track page is definitely incorrect. Not sure why they have decided to fake the tle, maybe they wanted a placeholder before the launch and then forgot to update the tle in the months that have passed since the launch.
Italian firm D-Orbit is flying two of their ION tugs on this mission. ION SCV-007 (Glorious Gratia) and ION SCV-008 (Fierce Franciscus) will carry a variety of spacecraft and hosted payloads for customers. Spacecraft are onboard from from Astrocast, AAC Clyde Space, NPC Spacemind, SAASST, and Tel Aviv University. Hosted payloads include a SWIR camera for returning customer IAC, a propulsion system for Genergo, and prototype satellite hardware for Cryptosat.