SpaceX F9 Transporter-7 - 2023-04-15 06:47 UTC

Let’s add here any information about the satellites that will be launched.

Some info can be found in SpaceX F9 : Transporter-7 Rideshare : VSFB SLC-4E : 15 April 2023 (06:48 UTC)

Any help on gathering the satellites, their frequencies and any IARU coordination if needed, would be more than appreciated. Feel free to make suggestions directly to DB, just make sure that there isn’t already there as some of the missions have been already added.


Temporary NORAD ID Satellite Frequency Notes Deployed
99283 TAIFA-1 400.360 MHz Directly
99178 Vigoride-6 400.500 MHz Directly
99257 Tomorrow-R1 400.500 MHz Directly
99170 T7 Unkown 400.500 MHz Directly
99173 VCUB1 400.575 MHz ION SCV-10
99186 DEWASAT-2 401.100 MHz Directly
99177 REVELA 401.240 MHz Vigoride 6
99180 Sateliot-0 401.360 MHz Directly
99179 ION SCV-010 401.415 MHz Directly
99176 VIREO 401.500 MHz Vigoride 6
99195 CONNECTA T2.1 401.525 MHz Directly
99173 VCUB1 401.550 MHz ION SCV-10
99185 BRO-9 401.735 MHz Directly
99195 CONNECTA T2.1 402.525 MHz Probably not active, added from ITU entry Directly
99171 LEMUR-2-ROMEO-N-LEO 402.788 MHz Directly
99245 INSPIRE-SAT 7 435.200 MHz IARU Coordinated - Transceiver Directly
99190 SSS-2B 435.800 MHz Not IARU Coordinated Directly
99187 ROM-2 436.235 MHz IARU Coordinated ION SCV-10 - Alba Orbital
99182 MRC-100 436.720 MHz IARU Coordinated ION SCV-10 - Alba Orbital
99183 DISCO-1 436.725 MHz IARU Coordinated Vigoride 6
99201 RoseyCubesat-1 436.825 MHz IARU Coordinated Directly
99193 KILICSAT 436.900 MHz Not IARU Coordinated Directly
99181 IRIS-C 436.915 MHz Not IARU Coordinated Vigoride 6
99193 KILICSAT 436.925 MHz Not IARU Coordinated Directly
99183 DISCO-1 437.075 MHz IARU Coordinated - Digipeater Downlink Vigoride 6
99401 CIRBE 437.250 MHz IARU Coordinated Directly
99236 SAPLING 437.400 MHz IARU Coordinated - LoRa transmission Directly
99184 PLEIADES YEARLING 437.400 MHz IARU Coordinated - LoRa transmission Directly
99245 INSPIRE-SAT 7 437.410 MHz IARU Coordinated Directly
99175 LLITED A 914.700 MHz Vigoride 6
99174 LLITED B 914.700 MHz Vigoride 6
99401 CIRBE 2402.000 MHz IARU Coordinated Directly
99183 DISCO-1 2432.500 MHz IARU Coordinated Vigoride 6
- GHGSAT-C6 Directly
- GHGSAT-C8 Directly
- GHGSAT-C7 Directly
- FACSAT-2 Directly
- NUSAT-36 Directly
- NUSAT-37 Directly
- NUSAT-38 Directly
- UMBRA-06 Directly
- HAWK-7B Directly
- HAWK-7A Directly
- HAWK-7C Directly
- NUSAT-39 Directly
- IMECE Directly
- GHOST-2 Directly
- GHOST-1 Directly
- NORSAT TD Directly
- ORBASTRO-AF-1(Brokkr) Directly
- LS3C Directly
- EPICHyper-1 ION SCV-10

Latest Update: 2023-04-21 8:15 UTC

The Launch Schedule from SpaceX


I am going to start at the top of the list with info I found

DISCO-1 (1U, Aarhus U., Denmark) IARU Coordinated
Being deployed from Momentus Vigoride VR-6, didn’t find any of the other ones in that deployer on any of the IARU lists…

MRC-100 (3P, Technical University of Budapest, Hungary) IARU Coordinated
To be deployed from the Alba Orbital Cluster 7 , didn’t find any of the other ones in that deployer on any of the IARU lists…

I couldn’t figure out how to suggest new sats on the DB so I am posting this info here.

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In if you are logged in, on the top-right corner there is an edit button, by clicking it, it gives you the choice of suggesting a new satellite.

By the way for the suggested satellites leave the NORAD ID field empty, I’ll take care of it by adding a temporary NORAD ID.


Inspire.sat-7 is also on this launche. Already in the database : SatNOGS DB - INSPIRE-SAT 7



CIRBE - Colorado Inner Radiation Belt Experiment

Hi all,

I’m a ground station engineer at University of Colorado Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) and part of the CIRBE cubesat team.

The 3U cubesat mission will allow scientists to gain a better understanding of the formation of the inner radiation belt electrons as well as determine where these particles come from and how they behave. More background information here → CIRBE/LASP information

IARU coordinated

Downlink Mode
Downlink Frequency
    437.250 MHz
    9600 (default) and 19200 (reserve)

Misson logo:

The first UHF beacons from CIRBE are expected to begin over Europe/Mediterranean region, +90 minutes post separation from the Maverick Space Systems dispenser.

We are looking forward to the launch and invaluable assistance from the SatNOGS community in receiving/identifying CIRBE after deployment and beyond. On behalf of the CIRBE team, thank you! :satellite: :artificial_satellite:

Scott Gennari
scott.gennari [at]


There would also be

The first 3 are mentioned in the above forum post, not the last one.

Is the goal of this thread to do a consolidated list of the payloads ?

Edit (adding additional sats instead of creating additional posts):

  • ROM-2: CW, Telemetry & SSDV on UHF amateur band (coordinated)
  • TAIFA-1: UHF, Wildcard 400.15-402 MHz ITU notification. So it probably doesn’t make sense to submit a frequency to the DB before a more precise frequency is known
  • BRO-9: UHF ?, S-Band ?

The goal of this thread is to write down details of launch and the missions/satellites it carries in order to add them in DB and schedule observations in Network and perform analysis (SSA, satellite status etc) on the received data.


Added the 2 missing satellites from my list above and all frequencies for 3 of them found in ITU notifications.
No frequency info found for Hello Space’s Istanbul beside the fact Hello Space is member of the LoRA alliance so it might be one more bird with LoRA on S-Band.

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Launch seems delayed to 2023-04-11 at noon.


RoseyCubeSat-1 also onboard



I added the transmitters with the precise frequencies for Taifa-1 and Sateliot-0/Platform-3, all on UHF. I’ll be sure to update if there are any baud rate changes in the future.

I ended up misreading this and unintentionally duplicating the Taifa-1, if someone can delete the ID (YHSO-7061-7256-7231-6721) that’s not necessary on the suggestions.

Furthermore, I could not add the pre-launch TLEs via the DB edit, but I will update here once I have more information.

Thanks, @KD9KCK. I’ve just added (well suggested) in DB:

DISCO-1 – 5x transmitters SatNOGS DB - DISCO-1
MRC-100 – 1 transmitter SatNOGS DB - MRC-100

To add a new satellite in, sign in, then click on “All Satellites” on right → “Edit” → “Suggest New Satellite”.

Added (suggested) IRIS- C with 2x transmitters (UHF and S-Band) SatNOGS DB - IRIS-C

National Cheng Kung University requested IARU coordination for IRIS-C back in 2020, IARU requested more info.

Preliminary TLE list:


I’ve updated the first post with all the info for the satellites we currently know that are included in this launch. The sorting is done by frequency in order to help scheduling and strf observers.

As these are many entries, please re-check the transmitters and their info based on the ITU and IARU links to help me find any possible typo/error.

Thanks to all the contributors making suggestion in DB or adding information for satellite in any other way.


For anyone who might be interested in trying to receive the pair of LLITED sats on 914.7 MHz, after reviewing their FCC filings, it appears that they will ONLY be active on the downlink when they hear uplink transmissions from the following list of ground stations:

California / El Segundo
Texas / College Station
Florida / Gainesville
Hawaii / Kihei
California / Mt. Wilson
California / Vandenberg
Minnesota / Orr
Maine / Limestone
Washington / Spokane

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Hi, KILICSAT will transmit on 436.900 MHz more frequently (between every 30 to 60 seconds) than 436.925 MHz (every 300 seconds) so anyone willing to listen KILICSAT can get better results on 436.900 MHz.

I would like the amateur community to be aware that KILICSAT has not gone through the IARU frequency coordination process.

73, Hans PB2T, IARU Satellite Advisor


Good evening Hans,

And already registered as: “Satellite is reported to be transmitting at an uncoordinated or denied frequency.”

It is very unfortunate that it seems that more and more satellites in the amateur bands are not being coordinated.

Any idea what’s the main reason for this behavior ?

Jan - PE0SAT

The launch is delayed by a day. New deployment timestamp at 2023-04-12 06:48 UTC.