11 Sep

NO-44 telemetry

Sunday, September 11th, 2016 by

20160911000001,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#003,122,096,094,133,215,11111111,0010,1
20160911032331,PCSAT-11>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,UA0SNV-1:T#001,099,069,076,094,219,11111111,0000,1
20160911032431,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,UA0SNV-1:T#004,159,159,036,209,215,11111111,0011,1
20160911032532,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,UA0SNV-1:T#005,037,106,062,037,215,11111111,0000,1
20160911082454,PCSAT-11>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,LA3QMA-6:T#001,100,069,092,079,219,11111111,0000,1
20160911082555,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,ON7EQ-10:T#004,159,160,038,209,215,11111111,0011,1
20160911082855,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,ESAJ-3:T#007,118,107,088,138,215,11111111,0010,1
20160911114131,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,KK4NAM:T#004,159,159,034,210,215,11111111,0011,1
20160911114231,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,KK4NAM:T#005,031,102,061,038,215,11111111,0000,1
20160911132525,PCSAT-11>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,KK4NAM:T#001,100,069,065,073,219,11111111,0000,1
20160911151211,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,VA3APW-1:T#004,159,160,043,209,215,11111111,0011,1
20160911151311,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,KC3ELT-10:T#005,041,104,061,037,215,11111111,0000,1
20160911151511,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,VE4GLS:T#007,129,105,095,137,215,11111111,0010,1
20160911233203,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#001,053,127,062,037,215,11111111,0000,1

2 Sep

NOAA-19- Hurricane Lester

Friday, September 2nd, 2016 by

Hurricane Lester was located nearly 600 miles east of Hilo, Hawaii, as of Thursday evening local time. Lester is moving west-northwest, and will continue on this trajectory through Saturday.

n19thurs09020055Gradual weakening is expected over the next couple of days.

Robert, NH7WN

17 Apr

NOAA-19

Sunday, April 17th, 2016 by

12:16 UTC
NOAA 19 Northbound 37° E on 137.10MHz, Multi-Spectral Analysis Enhancement, Normal Projection,
Channel A: 2 (Near Infrared), Channel B: 4 (Thermal Infrared)

noaa19_1216

25 Jan

NO-44 telemetry

Monday, January 25th, 2016 by

20160125035729,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#004,163,163,040,210,215,11111111,0011,1
20160125053616,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#001,029,096,054,072,215,11111111,0000,1
20160125053716,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#002,090,068,069,095,215,11111111,0001,1
20160125053813,PCSAT-11>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#003,091,072,096,128,218,11111111,0010,1
20160125053816,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#003,091,069,054,128,215,11111111,0010,1
20160125053916,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#004,162,162,055,210,215,11111111,0011,1
20160125054016,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#005,028,095,054,034,215,11111111,0000,1
20160125054442,PCSAT-11>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#001,094,065,061,069,218,11111111,0000,1
20160125054448,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAS,JA0CAW-6:T#003,096,075,055,096,215,11111111,0010,1
20160125071549,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,9W2JDY-1:T#001,032,148,054,034,215,11111111,0000,1
20160125082019,PCSAT-11>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,LU1WFU-2:T#001,090,065,111,068,218,11111111,0000,1
20160125140527,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,EI7IG-10:T#008,162,163,042,210,215,11111111,0011,1
20160125190945,PCSAT-11>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,VE3CEA-10:T#001,093,065,070,072,218,11111111,0000,1
20160125204302,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,KF5TJR:T#010,084,066,067,098,215,11111111,0001,1
20160125204810,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,KF5TJR:T#002,087,068,072,107,215,11111111,0001,1
20160125205010,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,KF5TJR:T#004,162,162,052,210,215,11111111,0011,1
20160125222937,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,K6BJ-3:T#010,085,067,071,108,215,11111111,0001,1

14 Jan

NO-44

Thursday, January 14th, 2016 by

20160114092913,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,9W2JDY-1:T#008,162,162,040,210,215,11111111,0011,1
20160114220210,W3ADO-1>BEACON,SGATE,qAR,9W2JDY-1:T#001,037,158,064,035,215,11111111,0000,1

25 Nov

Breakup Notification – NOAA 16 (#26536)

Wednesday, November 25th, 2015 by

Dear Sir/Ma’am,

On 25 November 2015 at approximately 0816z, the JSpOC detected multiple objects in the vicinity of NOAA 16 (#26536>, which may indicate a breakup of the non-operational satellite. As of 1830z, 19 associated objects have been cataloged as analyst satellites, and have been incorporated into the JSpOC’s routine conjunction assessment screenings.
More pieces may be cataloged as analysis continues, and messages will be sent to owner/operators if there is a potential conjunction that is a concern per our standard reporting process.

Very Respectfully,

JSpOC Orbital Protection and SSA Sharing Teams

8 Sep

NOAA-19 Hawaii

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 by

n19HVCP09080008

Aloha
I’d swear the storm to our north is “stagnant.” No apparent movement since yesterday. From the perspective I get from the satellites the storm appears much more threatening than what I see on the news. Perhaps they use an orthographic or mercator projection. I should look into that.
Weather here remains pretty much the same. About 91 degs with high humidity. Random downpours and flash floods. Nothing significant in our area yet tho. 73.
Robert, HN7WN

6 Aug

NOAA-15 Guillermo update

Thursday, August 6th, 2015 by

robert_weaker06
Looks to me like is is now moving more southerly but also dying out? Very slow going. Maybe Honolulu tomorrow.
This is the first bird of the day. I will probably just post what I finally end up with on my website, NH7WN.COM later after dinner.

73 Robert NH7WN

One more to go. NOAA 18 westerly in a few minutes. Shud be high enuf to pick up some of the activity. Last good pass of the day. Looks like we might get hit tomorrow by the remnants. 73. Robert

robert_weaker06_1

5 Aug

NOAA-15 – Guillermo

Wednesday, August 5th, 2015 by

Guillermo has weakened to a tropical depression as of late Thursday afternoon (Hawaii time). The center of Guillermo was located about 140 miles east-northeast of Honolulu, Hawaii. The tropical storm watch that was in effect for Hawaii was discontinued Wednesday. The flash flood watch was also discontinued.

robert_weaker
Storm downgraded to Tropical storm. Still plenty strong. Should go just north of us. Tomorrow will be exciting (maybe).
Robert NH7WN