TLE SiriusSat’s/Tanusha’s

TLE’s for the recently deployed cubesats SiriusSat1/2 and Tanusha-3/4 are available. Let the TLE lottery begin ….

OBJECT PG
1 43595U 98067PG 18228.13638907 -.00000480 00000-0 00000+0 0 9996
2 43595 51.6422 79.9444 0002314 76.6132 283.7323 15.54302831 66
OBJECT PH
1 43596U 98067PH 18228.07207129 -.00000483 00000-0 00000+0 0 9991
2 43596 51.6378 80.2631 0006019 50.9323 309.0667 15.54141351 53
OBJECT PJ
1 43597U 98067PJ 18228.07212455 -.00000481 00000-0 00000+0 0 9998
2 43597 51.6420 80.2604 0004432 60.8460 299.4604 15.54144419 52
OBJECT PK
1 43598U 98067PK 18228.07205626 -.00000482 00000-0 00000+0 0 9992
2 43598 51.6421 80.2638 0005145 63.7950 296.0376 15.54071489 54


PJ and PH are very close together

Tanusha-SWSU-3 (RS-8) Msg

01:55 UTC 1K2

This is TANUSHA-3 satellite from Russian Federation, Kursk
I’m a part of Radioskaf and the third satellite of AIG
My mission is to find some alternative energy on orbit
working on Espruino I’ll be updated over time (thanx to G.Williams)
Great thanx to Samburov and Tolkachev from Energiya
and to my creators: Shilenkov, Dobroserdov, Gorbunov and Shmykov fr

Tanusha-3/-4 activation @ ISS

On June 20, Tanusha 3 will be connected to one of the ARISS Service Module antennas and will transmit from 0730-1200 UTC on 437.05 MHz. These FM transmissions will include greetings from students in several languages, including Russian, English, Spanish and Chinese. The ARISS-Russia team plan to also retransmit these signals on the standard ARISS 2-meter downlink, 145.80 MHz using the JVC Kenwood D700 radio that is still on-board ISS. All are invited to listen to the CubeSats from ISS on 437.05 and/or 145.80 MHz.

08:35 UTC – no signals on 437.050 MHz, strong downlink on 145.800 MHz (ARISS cross band repeater) but not from Tanusha-3
10:12 UTC – no signals on 437.050 MHz
11:45 UTC – no signals on 437.050 MHz


SP8CGR calling CQ on the crossband repeater :-(

Tanusha-4 was scheduled to be switched on for the same period on June 21st. But even here I could nothing hear from the satellite. :-(

ISS nanosatellites deployment – TLE

OBJECT MZ
1 42910U 98067MZ  17230.61530238  .00011738  00000-0  17897-3 0  9992
2 42910  51.6386  87.1117 0008480 158.4214 287.2230 15.54913432   154
OBJECT NA
1 42911U 98067NA  17230.61552108  .00013231  00000-0  20133-3 0  9990
2 42911  51.6398  87.1050 0008103 153.9913 292.6248 15.54841813   121
OBJECT NB
1 42912U 98067NB  17230.61585622  .00020898  00000-0  31464-3 0  9994
2 42912  51.6357  87.1095 0007403 164.9583 283.1703 15.54749446   156
OBJECT NC
1 42913U 98067NC  17230.61542957  .00019298  00000-0  29145-3 0  9994
2 42913  51.6389  87.1111 0006545 172.4026 273.2563 15.54728702   126
OBJECT ND
1 42914U 98067ND  17230.61564007  .00014844  00000-0  22640-3 0  9990
2 42914  51.6352  87.1233 0007134 158.0264 288.6302 15.54671144   141

Tanusha-SWSU-2 (RS-7S) Telemetry

2017-08-18 02:17:14.970 UTC: [87 Bytes KISS Frame (without CRC)]
1 > 54 68 69 73 20 69 73 20 53 57 53 55 20 73 61 74 65 6C 6C 69
21 > 74 65 20 54 41 4E 55 53 48 41 2D 32 0D 0A 42 61 74 31 20 37
41 > 35 36 33 6D 56 20 42 61 74 32 20 37 35 30 38 6D 56 0D 0A 54
61 > 31 20 35 20 54 32 20 35
This is SWSU satellite TANUSHA-2..Bat1 7563mV Bat2 7508mV..T1 5 T2 5

ISS – nanosatellites deployment by hand

Pirs airlock opening at 1636 UTC
deployment of several nanosatellites in this order:

1510 UTC – TOMSK TPU-120 (RS04S) 437.025 MHz digital voice
1515 UTC – Tanusha-SWSU-1 (RS-6S) 437.050 MHz 9k6 FSK, digital voice
1516 UTC – Tanusha-SWSU-2 (RS-7S) 437.050 MHz 9k6 FSK, digital voice
1521 UTC – TNS-0
1529 UTC – TS530-Zerkalo (sphere)


the second Tanusha is flying away