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new TLE


AENEAS
1 38760U 12048C   13259.33604411 +.00006211 +00000-0 +57398-3 0 02540
2 38760 064.6714 351.2592 0187483 185.7772 174.1116 14.83014109042614
CSSWE
1 38761U 12048D   13259.36114140 +.00002848 +00000-0 +28029-3 0 02562
2 38761 064.6738 352.3888 0191213 185.3639 174.6214 14.81511081042450
CXBN
1 38762U 12048E   13259.34836909 +.00002765 +00000-0 +27347-3 0 02486
2 38762 064.6736 352.8154 0192907 185.6754 174.2151 14.81180259042446
CP5
1 38763U 12048F   13259.24883440 +.00003874 +00000-0 +37148-3 0 02536
2 38763 064.6724 352.4131 0190656 185.7738 174.1174 14.81920389042548

CXBN – packet partially decoded


I had an 82 deg elevation pass a few minutes ago and could grab a packet – but with bad CRC. So I can only see the correct header.

*** Bad packet CRC @-44  00:00:00 len=168 [9600.581 baud]
  0: 96946890 AC8A66E6 9404CE86 A2E103F0   KJ4HVE3sJ.gCQp.x  –”h¬Šfæ”.Ά¢á.ð
10: 5069001A 00300000 A0481F0F 7B090502   (4......P$..=...  Pi...0.. H­.{...
20: 11232701 12003800 340FFF00 03000203   ...... ........  .#'...8.4.ÿ.....
30: 630FFF00 DD003C00 000C8C00 D4003500   1..n.‑...F.j...  c.ÿ.Ý.<...Œ.Ô.5.
40: 36002E01 D5002D00 0600060E 3901DB08   ...j....... .m.  6...Õ.-.....9.Û.
50: 2B032800 C0008C00 3A085000 B9003450   ....`.F..(.\..(  +.(.À.Œ.:.P.¹.4P
60: 36A52C0F 13013601 33BFE7E5 80E300D8   R......_sr@q.l  6¥,...6.3¿çå€ã.Ø
70: 80F080D5 D5800001 011D9D00 55699BFB   @x@jj@....N.*4M}  €ð€ÕÕ€....Ui›û
80: 6864A6FB 68644040 C03D0D0D 0D0D0D0D   42S}42  `‑......  hd¦ûhd@@À=......
90: 0D0D0D08 5D070D0D 0D0D0E3D 0B0D0D0D   ...........‑....  ....]......=....
A0: 0D0D0D0D 0D0D0D8D                     .......F          .......
sJ[1]gCQ>KJ4HVE-3     : (binary data)

CXBN weak but active


07:50 UTC

The SNR looks stronger than previous passes. Also the Morehead team had a much stronger SNR yesterday on their pass. They were tracking Object D.


NROL-36 TLE lottery – update


After a week we have now 3 groups:
1st Obj I, Obj H
2nd Obj D, Obj F and Obj J, Obj K
3rd Obj G

All cubesats in the 2nd group are very close together and it’s not possible to make a decision yet.

I analyzed the CSSWE beacon signal and simulated a pass with all TLE. And we can see a similiar result. Obj G, H, I are not the right ones. All others are close together and you can track with one of them. But it shows, that my calculation method is right 🙂

ObjectD
1 90032U 0        12263.86004251 +.00001062 +00000-0 +11220-3 0 00139
2 90032 064.6729 022.3986 0219166 287.7240 218.2349 14.79094136000862
ObjectF
1 90034U 0        12264.60102604 +.00001324 +00000-0 +13543-3 0 00114
2 90034 064.6745 020.1297 0219450 287.5442 203.6219 14.79092634000811
ObjectG
1 90035U 0        12264.59376749 +.00001321 +00000-0 +13548-3 0 00141
2 90035 064.6739 020.1538 0219345 287.4655 163.5186 14.79027647000977
ObjectH
1 90036U 0        12264.59983951 +.00001203 +00000-0 +12416-3 0 00121
2 90036 064.6714 020.1236 0219608 287.3709 200.8987 14.79236679000978
ObjectI
1 90037U 0        12264.59347624 +.00002058 +00000-0 +20045-3 0 00130
2 90037 064.6723 020.1431 0219118 287.2886 166.4231 14.79213317000970
ObjectJ
1 90038U 0        12264.52772095 +.00001246 +00000-0 +12859-3 0 00141
2 90038 064.6719 020.3496 0219119 287.3135 173.9581 14.79110077000967
ObjectK
1 90039U 0        12264.52841600 +.00001585 +00000-0 +15874-3 0 00170
2 90039 064.6734 020.3488 0219335 287.4295 177.4629 14.79108143000967

CXBN beacon heard


11:28 UTC very very weak but you can see a 9k6 signal with 30 sec beacon intervall with doppler shift