SpaceX F9 : Transporter-10 Rideshare : VSFB SLC-4E : 2024-03-04 22:05 UTC

EDIT:
Last update: 2024-04-05 10:22 UTC

Temporary NORAD ID Satellite Frequency Notes Deployed
AMATEUR VHF
98959 SONATE-2 145.840 MHz IARU - Alt. Name: DP0SNX Manifested by Exolaunch
COMMERCIAL UHF
98915 Unknown from Transporter 10 400.520 MHz Found by strf
98982 PONY EXPRESS-2 SV1 400.840 MHz Alt. Name: TYVAK-0261 Manifested by Maverick
98926 YAM-6 400.875 MHz There are other possible backup UHF frequencies Manifested by Exolaunch
98930 IRIS-F1 400.915 MHz From ITU entry and previous missions Manifested by Exolaunch
98925 APEX ARIES 1 401.075 MHz From ITU entry range 400.15-402 MHz Manifested by Apex Technologies
98983 PONY EXPRESS-2 SV2 401.340 MHz Alt. Name: TYVAK-0262 Manifested by Maverick
98929 SENTRY 401.500 MHz Manifested by SEOPS
98933 CONTECSAT-1 401.050 MHz Alt. Name: OREUM Manifested by Exolaunch
98919 BRO-13 401.735 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98918 BRO-12 401.735 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
AMATEUR UHF
98932 ONDOSAT-OWL-1 435.000 MHz Guess from online documents - IARU declined Manifested by Exolaunch
98931 ONDOSAT-OWL-2 435.000 MHz Guess from online documents - IARU declined Manifested by Exolaunch
98959 SONATE-2 437.025 MHz IARU - Alt. Name: DP0SNX Manifested by Exolaunch
OTHER FREQUENCIES (UHF, L-Band, S-Band, X-Band)
98932 ONDOSAT-OWL-1 433.000 MHz Frequency from IARU declined entry Manifested by Exolaunch
98931 ONDOSAT-OWL-2 433.000 MHz Frequency from IARU declined entry Manifested by Exolaunch
98957 PY4-4 915.600 MHz Manifested by Maverick
98956 PY4-3 915.600 MHz Manifested by Maverick
98955 PY4-2 915.600 MHz Manifested by Maverick
98954 PY4-1 915.600 MHz Manifested by Maverick
98920 LIZZIESAT-1 2201.250 MHz Manifested by Sidus Space
98923 JACKAL X-1L-002 2205.000 MHz Manifested by True Anomaly
98922 JACKAL X-1L-001 2205.000 MHz Manifested by True Anomaly
98927 ROSE 2213.000 MHz From ITU entry range 2210-2216 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98917 RROCI-2 2217.000 MHz Manifested by Maverick
98933 CONTECSAT-1 2220.000 MHz Alt. Name: OREUM Manifested by Exolaunch
98916 METHANESAT 2234.500 MHz Manifested by MethaneSat
98933 CONTECSAT-1 2245.000 MHz Alt. Name: OREUM Manifested by Exolaunch
98934 MH-1 2245.000 MHz Alt. Name: AEROS Manifested by Exolaunch
98924 OPTIMUS 2 2260.000 MHz Manifested by Space Machines
98919 BRO-13 2260.500 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98918 BRO-12 2260.500 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98920 LIZZIESAT-1 2262.500 MHz Manifested by Sidus Space
98959 SONATE-2 2268.000 MHz Alt. Name: DP0SNX Manifested by Exolaunch
98920 LIZZIESAT-1 2283.250 MHz Manifested by Sidus Space
98926 YAM-6 2277.300 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98928 PYXIS 2278.250 MHz From ITU entry range 2272.8-2283.7 MHz Manifested by SEOPS
98923 JACKAL X-1L-002 2282.500 MHz Manifested by True Anomaly
98922 JACKAL X-1L-001 2282.500 MHz Manifested by True Anomaly
98983 PONY EXPRESS-2 SV2 2492.000 MHz Alt. Name: TYVAK-0262 Manifested by Maverick
98982 PONY EXPRESS-2 SV1 2492.000 MHz Alt. Name: TYVAK-0261 Manifested by Maverick
98920 LIZZIESAT-1 8045.250 MHz Manifested by Sidus Space
98933 CONTECSAT-1 8110.000 MHz Alt. Name: OREUM Manifested by Exolaunch
98926 YAM-6 8125.000 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98917 RROCI-2 8125.000 MHz Manifested by Maverick
98928 PYXIS 8175.000 MHz From ITU entry range 8025-8325 MHz Manifested by SEOPS
98916 METHANESAT 8175.000 MHz Manifested by MethaneSat
98927 ROSE 8180.000 MHz From ITU entry range 8140-8220 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98992 MUSAT-2 8205.000 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98983 PONY EXPRESS-2 SV2 8320.000 MHz Alt. Name: TYVAK-0262 Manifested by Maverick
98982 PONY EXPRESS-2 SV1 8320.000 MHz Alt. Name: TYVAK-0261 Manifested by Maverick
98920 LIZZIESAT-1 8378.250 MHz Manifested by Sidus Space
98992 MUSAT-2 8385.000 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
98992 MUSAT-2 8390.000 MHz Manifested by Exolaunch
NOT IN DB WITHOUT FREQUENCIES
M3 - Uses iridium Manifested by SEOPS
MESON-1/Quark-LITE - Uses iridium Manifested by Atomos Space
GLUON-1 - Uses iridium Manifested by Atomos Space
HAMMER - Manifested by Exolaunch
VEERY-0E - Manifested by Exolaunch
ORBASTRO-TR-2 - Manifested by Exolaunch
HORACIO - Manifested by Exolaunch
FIFI - Manifested by Exolaunch
RIRI - Manifested by Exolaunch
LOULOU - Manifested by Exolaunch
LEMUR-2-ROCINANTE - Manifested by Exolaunch
LEMUR-2-JOHNNYTRUONG - Manifested by Exolaunch
LEMUR-2-CHARLIE-ROSE - Manifested by Exolaunch
LEMUR-2-FELDHUS - Manifested by Exolaunch
NUSAT-44 - Manifested by Satellogic
LYNK TOWER 5 - Manifested by Lynk Global
LYNK TOWER 6 - Manifested by Lynk Global
TIGER-7 - Manifested by SEOPS
TIGER-8 - Manifested by SEOPS
ICEYE X36 - Manifested by Exolaunch
ICEYE X38 - Manifested by Exolaunch
ICEYE X37 - Manifested by Exolaunch
GHOST-4 - Manifested by Maverick
GHOST-5 - Manifested by Maverick
LACE-A - Manifested by SEOPS
LACE-B - Manifested by SEOPS

Last update: 2024-04-05 10:22 UTC

Source: Nasa Spaceflight Forum

From SpaceX:

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Great idea, Jan - thanks!

First one I found was: [EDIT: since I found quite a few, I’ll see if I can consolidate all of them into one post over the next few minutes…]

SONATE-2 (via Exolaunch) on 145.900, 436.500, & 2266 MHz (from ITU search)
IRIS-F1 (via Exolaunch) on 2280 & 400.915 MHz (from ITU search)
CroCube on 145.000 & 436.5 MHz (from ITU search)
[** wide span suggests these may not be the exact freqs, but just a ‘round’ value used when filed]
Quantum Sentry on 401.075 MHz (from ITU search)
CUAVA-2 (via Momentus Vigoride 7) on 2259 & 400.65 MHz (from ITU search)
Djibouti-1B (via Momentus Vigoride 7) on 401.8 MHz (from ITU search)
[** same freq as the currently very successful Djibouti-1A]
GAINDESAT-1 (via Momentus Vigoride 7) on 401.8 MHz (from ITU search)
SOWA-1 (via Momentus Vigoride 7) on 2265.5 & 401.1 MHz (from ITU search)
TROOP-F2 (via Momentus Vigoride 7) on 916 & 1622.38 MHz (from ITU search)

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Another participant in the Transporter-10 launch has reached out, so I have -4- additional objects.

PY4-1, PY4-2, PY4-3, & PY4-4 will be direct releases from the launch vehicle with the primary downlink being 62.5k LoRa on 915.6 MHz.

ITU also lists freqs of 1621.25 & 2402 MHz for this project. I believe that the 2402 MHz radio is primarily to be used for sat-to-sat comms between the 4 objects.

If anyone would like to contribute decodes to this project (since SatNogs stations historically aren’t setup for LoRa), check out GitHub - maholli/PY4_gs and/or https://tinygs.com/

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Thanks, Scott!

More details in the SatNogs PY4 DB request: Add PY4 satellites to DB (#273) · Issues · librespacefoundation / SatNOGS Operations · GitLab

As for the other frequencies listed on ITU:

  • 2402 MHz - you’re correct, this is sat-to-sat coms (with round trip time-of-flight ranging, cool!)
  • 1621.25 MHz - iridium modem
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I’ve recently tried to observe LoRa-sats, but even though I get a strong signal, decoding always failed. Is there something missing? For receiving and demodulating LoRa signals I’m using that cheap LoRa boards in the tinyGS-network, that work excellent and are’nt expensive. But unfortunately, from the basic concept I cannot imagine a way to integrate them in some way into the satnogs environment. These are two completely different worlds.

Hello! Thanks to the SIDS upload capability of the SatNogs DB, you can actually submit decodes from any number of different platforms.

While I’m currently investigating a glitch (perhaps an Arduino library update?), some time ago I worked out the syntax to upload LoRa decodes from Arduino devices - please see:

… and thanks to the kind help available from the SatNogs folks, I’m sure that I’ll find why that stopped working for me.

Another option that I’ve not tested is the SDRAngel software (https://www.sdrangel.org/). Max, the Project Lead for the upcoming PY4 sats, has found that the ‘Chirp Chat demod’ plug-in for SDRAngel works very well for LoRa signals. In that case, ANY SDR hardware could now be used to decode LoRa packets. I’m trying to make time to test that out.

So, the bottom line is that once the hex byte decode of a LoRa packet is in-hand, it’s just a matter of uploading them to the SatNogs DB using one of the existing tools (GNU Radio or a Windows uploader) or with your own code that puts the frame into the format for a SIDS upload (as I did for the Arduino platform in that thread above).

Hello, thanks a lot for your quick response! That’s interesting information. I will check the SIDS interface and try get things working.
I have an advanced hardware here, the only tracked yagi for 868MHz in the tinyGS network, able to decode even the 20dBm lora pocketqube and I would be happy if I would be able to contribute lora data also to the satnogs network. At the moment I am only using TTGO-lora boards for this purpose. I know the SDR-Angel-Chirp plugin, because i use it for debugging and finding issues with my lora boards. unfortunately it’s not working for all lora-settings, somewhere there is a bug in the CRC-calculation. Basically a hardware-modem would provide a far higher sensitivity than a software-solution (i’ve pushed the sensitivity of my receivers to somewhere about -165dB), so I’ll try to find a solution to create a bridge from this hardware to satnogs. But for now i’ts most important to get my 915MHz station finished - I want to be one of the first to catch signals from the PY4s :wink: .
Pls let me know, when you have news about the Lora topic.

73, Stefan/OE6ISP

Ok, my SIDS upload (from the Arduino platform) issue has been resolved:

… not surprisingly, it was a simple case of not having the latest version of EVERYTHING - not only the main libraries that are utilized in your code but also any firmware updates for your hardware!

Thanks! That’s exactly what I was looking for. I am not sure which is the best LoRa module to use with the R4 - which one would you recommend? … and there is an additional option, to get that software running on one of my TTGO T-BEAMs. But I am not sure about the effort necessary, but it’s worth checking. 73
EDIT: just found your video on YT. Is it this software you used on the TTGO?

Please drop me an email at

scott23192@gmail.com

… to not fill up the Transporter-10 thread here on a side topic.

Thanks!

-Scott

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Payloads:

Exolaunch:
MH-1/AEROS (3U, CEiiA, Portugal) (ITU)
Aerospacelab 4x (microsat, Belgium) (Rose, Loulou, Riri, and Fifi)
BRO-12/13 2x (8U, Unseenlabs, France)
HORACIO (16U, Satlantis, Spain)
Hubble-1/2 2x (16U, Spire for Hubble Network, US)
ICEYE X36/37/38 3x (?x microsat, ICEYE, Finland)
IOD-6 Hammer (6U, Open Cosmos, UK)
IRIS-F1 (3U, SATORO Space/NCKU, Taiwan) (ITU)
NewSat 44/NuSat-44 (microsat, Satellogic, Uruguay/Argentina)
OrbAstro-TR2 (6U, OrbAstro, UK)
OWLSAT-1/2 2x (.5U, ONDO Space, Mongolia) (ASR)
SONATE-2 (6U+, Julius-Maximilians-Universität (JMU) Würzburg, Germany) (ITU)
Veery-0E/Veery Fledgling “Ectobius” (1U, Care Weather, US) (ITU)

Optimus OTV (Space Machines, Australia) (ITU?)

SEOPS/Reprise:
CBAS-LCE/Pacific Lace/Supernova 2x (6U, NIWC/MDA, US)
M3 (3U, Missouri University of Science & Technology, US) (0984-EX-CN-2023)
PYXIS (145kg, Axelspace, Japan) (ITU)
Scout-1 (6U, Quantum Space, US) (ITU)
Tiger-7/8 2x (6U, OQ Technology, Luxembourg)

Aries demo sat (200kg, Apex, multiple hosted payloads, US)
ContecSat-1/Oreum (16U, Contec, South Korea) (ITU: A, S)
Jackal/Demo-1 2x (275kg, True Anomaly, US) (WU9XVI)
LizzieSat-1 (100kg, Sidus Space, US) (ITU)
Meson - Quark? (118kg, Atomos Nuclear and Space, US)
Gluon (73kg, attached to Meson for launch, Atomos Nuclear and Space)
MethaneSat (366kg, Blue Canyon, US/NZ) (ITU)
MuSat-2 (67kg, Muon Space, US) (ITU)
Tower 5/6 (2x 85kg, Lynk Global, US)
YAM-6 (90kg, Loft Orbital, US)

Maverick:
EWS/RROCI-2 (12U/18kg, Orion Space, US)
Pony Express x2 (2x 12U, Tyvak, US)
PY4 (4x 1.5U, NASA, US) (ITU)
Ghost-4/5

Removed:
Tomorrow.io (2x 6U, Tomorrow.io, US) (FCC)
CroCube (1U, Croatia) (ITU)

Space Truck (?, Plasmos, US)
Rebelsat (?U, UNLV, US)

Orbiter SN5 (?kg, Vast, US) (ITU for older SN3)
RAY (63kg, Inversion Space, US)

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Ray Capsule mentioned as possible payload:
Ray - Inversion (inversionspace.com)

Mission duration 4 weeks. Not any other info about frequencies or such

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We have prelim TLEs from Celestrak!

https://celestrak.org/NORAD/elements/supplemental/sup-gp.php?FILE=transporter-10&FORMAT=tle

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Thanks @K4KDR, I’m copying here the list:

HAMMER                  
1 70301C 24043A   24064.95745058  .00119385  00000+0  58140-2 0    02
2 70301  97.4550 190.2530 0008035 255.7993  81.0374 15.18372438    15
MH-1                    
1 70302C 24043B   24064.95757211  .00035455  00000+0  17223-2 0    09
2 70302  97.4589 190.2515 0008741 251.7413  85.7507 15.18482695    14
CONTECSAT-1             
1 70303C 24043C   24064.95761724 -.00002471  00000+0 -12535-3 0    00
2 70303  97.4576 190.2521 0011179 288.2868  49.4545 15.16963769    19
PY4-2 AND 1             
1 70304C 24043D   24064.95768206 -.00000957  00000+0 -46932-4 0    09
2 70304  97.4447 190.2575 0006432 265.6481  72.4753 15.18167012    18
VEERY-0E                
1 70305C 24043E   24064.95770637  .00106074  00000+0  52109-2 0    07
2 70305  97.4598 190.2514 0009252 263.3840  74.8390 15.18064384    17
LEMUR-2-ROCINANTE       
1 70306C 24043F   24064.95780706  .00288359  00000+0  14055-1 0    00
2 70306  97.4468 190.2567 0006702 261.0675  77.7330 15.18294596    16
LEMUR-2-JOHNNYTRUONG    
1 70307C 24043G   24064.95804780  .00286306  00000+0  13911-1 0    00
2 70307  97.4487 190.2561 0007042 256.4680  83.6429 15.18402492    15
ORBASTRO-TR-2           
1 70308C 24043H   24064.95819595  .00007345  00000+0  37499-3 0    04
2 70308  97.4569 190.2533 0011706 293.2878  47.6142 15.16727284    15
SONATE-2                
1 70309C 24043J   24064.95832326  .00068411  00000+0  35030-2 0    01
2 70309  97.4548 190.2543 0011790 296.9003  44.7014 15.16600872    16
PY4-4 AND 3             
1 70310C 24043K   24064.95843206 -.00001399  00000+0 -68612-4 0    00
2 70310  97.4583 190.2533 0009076 261.4833  80.7055 15.18151842    13
ONDOSAT-OWL-1 AND 2     
1 70311C 24043L   24064.95845521  .00318253  00000+0  16367-1 0    08
2 70311  97.4527 190.2551 0012337 302.3171  40.0089 15.16359418    19
LEMUR-2-CHARLIE-ROSE    
1 70312C 24043M   24064.95860683  .00155990  00000+0  79694-2 0    05
2 70312  97.4499 190.2561 0010944 299.7450  43.4149 15.16660035    14
IRIS-F1                 
1 70313C 24043N   24064.95873993  .00339783  00000+0  17373-1 0    03
2 70313  97.4473 190.2570 0010931 303.4979  40.3938 15.16569915    19
LEMUR-2-FELDHUS         
1 70314C 24043P   24064.95886262  .00157690  00000+0  80121-2 0    04
2 70314  97.4466 190.2573 0009824 298.9265  45.6369 15.16863139    11
NUSAT-44                
1 70315C 24043Q   24064.95929433 -.00009050  00000+0 -45775-3 0    08
2 70315  97.4540 190.2558 0010172 289.9464  56.9589 15.17073062    15
LYNK TOWER 5            
1 70316C 24043R   24064.96005012 -.00002972  00000+0 -15057-3 0    04
2 70316  97.4525 190.2569 0009990 292.3943  58.6399 15.17019272    18
LYNK TOWER 6            
1 70317C 24043S   24064.96040776 -.00003719  00000+0 -18826-3 0    08
2 70317  97.4496 190.2577 0009397 293.4793  59.5136 15.17052815    10
TIGER-7                 
1 70318C 24043T   24064.96064155 -.00009152  00000+0 -45394-3 0    03
2 70318  97.4500 190.2579 0008352 273.9880  80.2806 15.17775414    11
M3                      
1 70319C 24043U   24064.96107789 -.00010131  00000+0 -50194-3 0    08
2 70319  97.4521 190.2581 0008781 272.5823  84.0639 15.17809096    16
TIGER-8                 
1 70320C 24043V   24064.96189502 -.00010639  00000+0 -53660-3 0    07
2 70320  97.4533 190.2590 0009583 289.3436  71.7611 15.17179008    14
LACE-A                  
1 70321C 24043W   24064.96218901 -.00013289  00000+0 -67139-3 0    04
2 70321  97.4522 190.2593 0009442 291.2349  71.4770 15.17122862    14
LACE-B                  
1 70322C 24043X   24064.96257789 -.00013568  00000+0 -68489-3 0    01
2 70322  97.4495 190.2595 0008908 291.3206  73.5196 15.17156440    19
SENTRY                  
1 70323C 24043Y   24064.96342743 -.00010650  00000+0 -52843-3 0    03
2 70323  97.4490 190.2601 0008555 273.8176  95.6615 15.17761580    10
PYXIS                   
1 70324C 24043Z   24064.96394942 -.00017049  00000+0 -85754-3 0    08
2 70324  97.4531 190.2615 0009310 287.3578  84.9626 15.17281218    16
FIFI                    
1 70325C 24043AA  24064.96433252  .00005078  00000+0  25212-3 0    07
2 70325  97.4502 190.2612 0008897 274.8915  99.5259 15.17730550    19
ROSE                    
1 70326C 24043AB  24064.96469248 -.00006152  00000+0 -30998-3 0    05
2 70326  97.4497 190.2614 0008676 289.3496  87.0339 15.17222148    15
RIRI                    
1 70327C 24043AC  24064.96500151  .00003966  00000+0  19721-3 0    04
2 70327  97.4525 190.2626 0009325 276.9433 101.1216 15.17675706    10
YAM-6                   
1 70328C 24043AD  24064.96627349 -.00013268  00000+0 -66780-3 0    09
2 70328  97.4486 190.2622 0008336 287.7499  97.2671 15.17263295    12
LOULOU                  
1 70329C 24043AE  24064.96862303  .00000486  00000+0  24129-4 0    09
2 70329  97.4498 190.2649 0009297 275.6568 122.1841 15.17722310    10
APEX ARIES 1            
1 70330C 24043AF  24064.96903044 -.00009019  00000+0 -45222-3 0    08
2 70330  97.4494 190.2648 0008525 283.3826 116.6834 15.17395569    15
OPTIMUS-2               
1 70331C 24043AG  24064.96944826 -.00019218  00000+0 -96447-3 0    09
2 70331  97.4522 190.2676 0009020 286.0203 116.3197 15.17361945    19
JACKAL-02               
1 70332C 24043AH  24064.97015197 -.00026946  00000+0 -13430-2 0    07
2 70332  97.4496 190.2658 0009082 278.2653 127.9230 15.17606264    12
JACKAL-01               
1 70333C 24043AJ  24064.97096447 -.00027984  00000+0 -14059-2 0    06
2 70333  97.4498 190.2667 0008416 284.6949 125.9284 15.17331882    12
MESON-1 AND GLUON-1     
1 70334C 24043AK  24064.97133600 -.00027504  00000+0 -13768-2 0    04
2 70334  97.4518 190.2696 0009184 284.1136 128.5318 15.17452885    18
GHOST-4                 
1 70335C 24043AL  24064.97171563 -.00022173  00000+0 -11067-2 0    02
2 70335  97.4517 190.2699 0009437 282.1509 132.5672 15.17549319    11
GHOST-5                 
1 70336C 24043AM  24064.97333600 -.00024232  00000+0 -12139-2 0    04
2 70336  97.4499 190.2685 0008662 281.8081 141.7622 15.17429572    11
LIZZIESAT-1             
1 70337C 24043AN  24064.97469132 -.00003822  00000+0 -19094-3 0    05
2 70337  97.4497 190.2688 0008953 279.4216 151.5493 15.17521080    11
BRO-12                  
1 70338C 24043AP  24065.02336794 -.00068827  00000+0 -67063-2 0    04
2 70338  97.7548 190.1895 0010067 247.8472  87.5348 14.92577099    13
BRO-13                  
1 70339C 24043AQ  24065.02350336 -.00069025  00000+0 -67575-2 0    02
2 70339  97.7567 190.1888 0010525 252.5020  83.6026 14.92384948    17
HORACIO                 
1 70340C 24043AR  24065.02366424 -.00074641  00000+0 -75404-2 0    09
2 70340  97.7571 190.1889 0012527 279.3036  57.6636 14.91115036    10
RROCI-2                 
1 70341C 24043AS  24065.02380428 -.00082661  00000+0 -81146-2 0    01
2 70341  97.7474 190.1932 0008928 256.1891  81.5511 14.92292659    10
MUSAT2                  
1 70342C 24043AT  24065.02407280 -.00076788  00000+0 -77148-2 0    08
2 70342  97.7500 190.1923 0010784 278.5197  60.6559 14.91351406    16
PE2-SV2 (TYVAK-0262)    
1 70343C 24043AU  24065.02422905 -.00083189  00000+0 -82039-2 0    08
2 70343  97.7464 190.1938 0008971 261.2848  78.7372 14.92110498    17
PE2-SV1 (TYVAK-0261)    
1 70344C 24043AV  24065.02468738 -.00083393  00000+0 -81745-2 0    03
2 70344  97.7497 190.1930 0009562 254.1779  88.2966 14.92346890    19
X36                     
1 70345C 24043AW  24065.02508553 -.00063134  00000+0 -62551-2 0    09
2 70345  97.7484 190.1938 0009604 265.8192  78.7948 14.91913787    17
X38                     
1 70346C 24043AX  24065.02540151 -.00064228  00000+0 -64382-2 0    09
2 70346  97.7496 190.1937 0010414 277.0166  69.2904 14.91441053    16
X37                     
1 70347C 24043AY  24065.02573368 -.00063470  00000+0 -62938-2 0    09
2 70347  97.7529 190.1933 0010500 265.9993  82.0836 14.91873002    10
METHANESAT              
1 70348C 24043AZ  24065.02639919 -.00068312  00000+0 -68235-2 0    01
2 70348  97.7517 190.1943 0010522 273.2284  78.4285 14.91582950    14
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Hello,
a short update on the SONATE-2 mission. The launch is currently scheduled for 22:05 UTC. The separation of SONATE-2 is planned at 23:00 UTC.
Approx. 6 min after separation a beacon transmitting the satellite’s callsign DP0SNX will be transmitted via VHF on 145.840 MHz every 30 seconds.
We will activate our UHF downlink at 437.025 MHz during the first pass over our ground station in Würzburg.
Further information on our TM format can be found on our website (Information for Radio Amateurs).

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Hi @rftuniwue and welcome!

Thanks for the update and good luck on your mission! Feel free to join also our chat channel where we are going to be active for this launch.

I’m currently adding information in DB for the satellite of this launch, I’ll update the entries with the new date in the next hours.

First post updated with the entries in DB and some frequencies. In the next hours TLE will be added in DB and satellites will be available for scheduling in Network.

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celestrak.org TLE sets changed to use the temporary NORAD IDs we use in DB (below are only TLE for satellites that are in DB):

MH-1                    
1 98934C 24043B   24064.95757211  .00035455  00000+0  17223-2 0    00
2 98934  97.4589 190.2515 0008741 251.7413  85.7507 15.18482695    15
CONTECSAT-1             
1 98933C 24043C   24064.95761724 -.00002471  00000+0 -12535-3 0    09
2 98933  97.4576 190.2521 0011179 288.2868  49.4545 15.16963769    18
PY4-1             
1 98954C 24043D   24064.95768206 -.00000957  00000+0 -46932-4 0    00
2 98954  97.4447 190.2575 0006432 265.6481  72.4753 15.18167012    19
PY4-2             
1 98955C 24043D   24064.95768206 -.00000957  00000+0 -46932-4 0    01
2 98955  97.4447 190.2575 0006432 265.6481  72.4753 15.18167012    10
SONATE-2                
1 98959C 24043J   24064.95832326  .00068411  00000+0  35030-2 0    02
2 98959  97.4548 190.2543 0011790 296.9003  44.7014 15.16600872    17
PY4-3             
1 98956C 24043K   24064.95843206 -.00001399  00000+0 -68612-4 0    06
2 98956  97.4583 190.2533 0009076 261.4833  80.7055 15.18151842    19
PY4-4             
1 98957C 24043K   24064.95843206 -.00001399  00000+0 -68612-4 0    07
2 98957  97.4583 190.2533 0009076 261.4833  80.7055 15.18151842    10
ONDOSAT-OWL-1     
1 98932C 24043L   24064.95845521  .00318253  00000+0  16367-1 0    07
2 98932  97.4527 190.2551 0012337 302.3171  40.0089 15.16359418    18
ONDOSAT-OWL-2     
1 98931C 24043L   24064.95845521  .00318253  00000+0  16367-1 0    06
2 98931  97.4527 190.2551 0012337 302.3171  40.0089 15.16359418    17
IRIS-F1                 
1 98930C 24043N   24064.95873993  .00339783  00000+0  17373-1 0    08
2 98930  97.4473 190.2570 0010931 303.4979  40.3938 15.16569915    14
SENTRY                  
1 98929C 24043Y   24064.96342743 -.00010650  00000+0 -52843-3 0    05
2 98929  97.4490 190.2601 0008555 273.8176  95.6615 15.17761580    12
PYXIS                   
1 98928C 24043Z   24064.96394942 -.00017049  00000+0 -85754-3 0    08
2 98928  97.4531 190.2615 0009310 287.3578  84.9626 15.17281218    16
ROSE                    
1 98927C 24043AB  24064.96469248 -.00006152  00000+0 -30998-3 0    02
2 98927  97.4497 190.2614 0008676 289.3496  87.0339 15.17222148    12
YAM-6                   
1 98926C 24043AD  24064.96627349 -.00013268  00000+0 -66780-3 0    03
2 98926  97.4486 190.2622 0008336 287.7499  97.2671 15.17263295    16
APEX ARIES 1            
1 98925C 24043AF  24064.96903044 -.00009019  00000+0 -45222-3 0    08
2 98925  97.4494 190.2648 0008525 283.3826 116.6834 15.17395569    15
OPTIMUS-2               
1 98924C 24043AG  24064.96944826 -.00019218  00000+0 -96447-3 0    07
2 98924  97.4522 190.2676 0009020 286.0203 116.3197 15.17361945    17
JACKAL-02               
1 98923C 24043AH  24064.97015197 -.00026946  00000+0 -13430-2 0    03
2 98923  97.4496 190.2658 0009082 278.2653 127.9230 15.17606264    18
JACKAL-01               
1 98922C 24043AJ  24064.97096447 -.00027984  00000+0 -14059-2 0    00
2 98922  97.4498 190.2667 0008416 284.6949 125.9284 15.17331882    16
LIZZIESAT-1             
1 98920C 24043AN  24064.97469132 -.00003822  00000+0 -19094-3 0    03
2 98920  97.4497 190.2688 0008953 279.4216 151.5493 15.17521080    19
BRO-12                  
1 98918C 24043AP  24065.02336794 -.00068827  00000+0 -67063-2 0    08
2 98918  97.7548 190.1895 0010067 247.8472  87.5348 14.92577099    17
BRO-13                  
1 98919C 24043AQ  24065.02350336 -.00069025  00000+0 -67575-2 0    06
2 98919  97.7567 190.1888 0010525 252.5020  83.6026 14.92384948    11
RROCI-2                 
1 98917C 24043AS  24065.02380428 -.00082661  00000+0 -81146-2 0    00
2 98917  97.7474 190.1932 0008928 256.1891  81.5511 14.92292659    19
MUSAT2                  
1 98992C 24043AT  24065.02407280 -.00076788  00000+0 -77148-2 0    09
2 98992  97.7500 190.1923 0010784 278.5197  60.6559 14.91351406    17
PE2-SV2 (TYVAK-0262)    
1 98983C 24043AU  24065.02422905 -.00083189  00000+0 -82039-2 0    08
2 98983  97.7464 190.1938 0008971 261.2848  78.7372 14.92110498    17
PE2-SV1 (TYVAK-0261)    
1 98982C 24043AV  24065.02468738 -.00083393  00000+0 -81745-2 0    01
2 98982  97.7497 190.1930 0009562 254.1779  88.2966 14.92346890    17
METHANESAT              
1 98916C 24043AZ  24065.02639919 -.00068312  00000+0 -68235-2 0    02
2 98916  97.7517 190.1943 0010522 273.2284  78.4285 14.91582950    15
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An initial scheduling for UHF satellites for the first 24h has been done.

To station owners feel free to re-schedule any of them if you want to observe something else and just have in mind that the TLE are preliminary, so don’t schedule too far in the future until we have at least the post launch TLE.

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SONATE-2 HEARD and Demodulated on 437.025 MHz !!!

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