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Tomsk-TPU-120 Cubesat Messages


soundRS04S – German Message

Wir schreiben das Jahr 2016. Das Jahr, indem wir das 55. Jubilaeum des Tages feiern, an dem der erste Mensch ins All geflogen ist. Wir, die Studierenden der Polytechnischen Universitaet Tomsk, leisten einen wichtigen Beitrag zur Entwicklung der Raumfahrt und wir gruessen alle, die uns hoeren koennen. Sie hoeren eine Uebertragung von der Raumsonde, die wir anlaesslich des 120. Jahrestages der Gruendung unserer Universitaet, mit unseren eigenen Haenden entwickelt haben. Wir wuenschen allen Menschen der Erde Frieden und Glueck. Und jenen, die sich in die Fernen wagen, wuenschen wir astronomische Erkenntnisse.


soundRS04S – English Message

In orbit. 2016 is the year of the fifty-fifth anniversary of the first manned flight into space. We, students of Tomsk Polytech University have greatly contributed to the development of astronautics, send a warm greeting to everyone who can hear us. On the air, this is a small space craft, a satellite, which we have assembled with our own hands and dedicated to 120th anniversary of our university. We wish all people of the planet peace and happiness, and to those who are exploring the vastness of the universe, astronomical achievements.


soundRS04S – Russian Message

На орбите 2016 год, год 55 летия первого полёта человека в космос. Мы, студенты Томского Политехнического Университета, внесшего достойный вклад в развитие космонавтики, приветствуем Всех, кто нас слышит! В эфире борт малого космического аппарата “Спутник”, который мы сделали собственными руками в честь 120 летия со дня основания нашего университета. Мы желаем всем людям нашей планеты Мира и Счастья, а тем кто штурмует просторы вселенной – космических достижений!


soundRS04S – Portuguese Message

2016, é o ano do quinquagésimo aniversário do primeiro voo tripulado ao espaço. Nós, estudantes da universidade politécnica de Tomsky, temos contribuido significativamente para o desenvolvimento da astronomia. Enviamos uma saudação calorosa a todos que nos ouvem. Uma pequena nave no ar, um pequeno satélite que temos montado com nossas próprias mãos em honra do centésimo vigésimo aniversário da nossa TPU.
Desejámos a todos as pessoas do planeta, paz e felicidade à aqueles que estão a explorar a vastidão do universo cósmico.


soundRS04S – Chinese Message

2016年来临。
今年是载人航天飞行的55周年。
我们是托木斯克理工大学的学生。
我校对航空航天事业的发展做出了显著的贡献。
热烈欢迎大家收听我们的转播。[这艘小型科学]飞船]正在实况转播。
我们亲手制造这颗卫星,来纪念托木斯克理工大学建校120周年。
我们祝愿世界各国人民和平、幸福,
祝愿所有为航天事业[献身]的人们取得巨大成就。


soundRS04S – Arabic Message

سنة ألفين وثلاثة عشر علي الهواء
الاحتفالية الخامسة والخمسون لصعود الإنسان للقضاء نحن طلبة بك، المتعلقة بالفنون والتي ساهمة في تطوير الاميتير. نحيي كل الذين هم في الاستماع .القمر الصناعي الذي تم صنعه بطرفنا نحن وبايدينا خاصة .هو علي الهواء. نحن ننمي السلامة لكل سكان الارض وللذين يكتشفون الفضاء هناك.


soundRS04S – Kazakh Message


soundRS04S – Tatar Message


soundRS04S – ??? Message


soundRS04S – Spanish Message


soundRS04S – Hindi Message

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Tomsk-TPU-120 CubeSat Celebrates University Anniversary


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The Tomsk satellite onboard ISS was turned on May 10 at 07:55 UTC and will be switched off on May 11 at 10:10 UTC.

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The Russian Tomsk-TPU-120 CubeSat is different from other CubeSats : it has a handle!

The 3U CubeSat was launched from Baikonur to the ISS on March 31, 2016 in a Progress-MS-2 cargo vessel. It will be deployed by hand during a future Russian spacewalk (EVA), which is why it has a handle.

The satellite was developed by students at the Tomsk Polytechnic University to test new space materials technology and will be the world’s first space vehicle with a 3D-printed structure.

In May 2016 Tomsk Polytechnic University celebrates its 120th anniversary. As part of the celebrations on May 10-11 Tomsk-TPU-120 will be activated in the ISS and will transmit a greeting to Earth inhabitants, recorded by students of the university in 11 languages: Russian, English, German, French, Portuguese, Chinese, Arab, Tatar, Kazakh, Hindi and Spanish.

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The greeting signal will be transmitted once a minute on 437.025 MHz FM. (signal is weak)

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One of the Kenwood transceivers on the ISS will provide a simulcast of the signal on 145.800 MHz FM (much stronger)

Reception reports will be appreciated. Please send reports to mailto:rv3dr@mail.ru

73,

Gaston Bertels – ON4WF
ARISS past chairman