@zacmanchester reports that they will attempt to command KickSAT-2 to deploy the Sprite nanosatellites tonight. The command will be sent around 03:40UTC on March 19th. We will use the Dwingeloo telescope at 18:44UTC and 20:14UTC to listen to KickSAT-2 and the Sprites to confirm if they were ejected.
It is unclear how quickly after deployment the Sprites will become active, but there is a good opportunity for SatNOGS stations to listen for the Sprites at 437.240 MHz. A 64kHz MSK modulation is expected (not sure about burst rates etc), so the default SatNOGS MSK modulator will not be able to demodulate the data, but SatNOGS stations may be able to detect if the Sprites are transmitting, and hence have been ejected, well before the Dwingeloo telescope has a change to get telemetry from KickSAT-2. Any stations which can be setup to record >64kHz of IQ data at 437.240 MHz are suggested to forward IQ data to @zacmanchester.