TigriSat

Tigrisat

A three-unit CubeSat, TigriSat, is the first satellite to be launched for Iraq. Built for the country’s Ministry of Science and Technology by Iraqi students working at the La Sapienza University in Rome, TigriSat will be used to monitor dust storms in Iraq. It weighs 4 Kg with 10*10*30 cm size. Unisat-6 released in orbit four Cubesats on the 20 June 2014 at 2107 UTC - 25 hours and 38 minutes after the separation from the Dnepr Launch Vehicle. This timing was requested in order to comply with the specifications of the launcher and to make the release just a few minutes before being visible from Rome. Those cubesat satellites are 2U ANTELSAT, AeroCube-6, 3U LEMUR-1 and 3U TigriSat.


NASA-Catalog: 40043

Downlink

435.000 MHz FM 9k6 FSK AX.25

Call

HNATIG

Status

ACTIVE

Orbital Parameter

NORAD                   40043
COSPAR designator       2014-033-AK 
Inclination             97.971
RA of A. Node           131.017
Eccentricity            0.0062706
Argument of Perigee     350.460
Revs per day            14.72239202
Period                  1h 37m 48s (97.80 min)
Semi-major axis         7 032 km
Perigee x Apogee        610 x 698 km
BStar (drag term)       0.000115910 1/ER
Mean anomaly            9.542


Telemetry

from HNATIG to CQ (UI, payload: 22 byte)
000 > 00 86 A2 40 40 40 40 60 90 9C 82 A8 92 8E E1 03 F0 54 49 47 
020 > 52 49 53 41 54 20 41 42 41 43 55 53 20 42 45 41 43 4F 4E 

from HNATIG to CQ (UI, payload: 64 byte)
000 > 00 86 A2 40 40 40 40 60 90 9C 82 A8 92 8E E1 03 F0 13 00 00 
020 > 00 00 00 00 00 FF 00 01 00 01 00 00 00 01 01 A0 00 FF F0 00 
040 > 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
060 > 20 00 00 00 9F B7 D3 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 
080 > 00 

21.06.2014 10:00 UTC first telemetry (DK3WN)

Links und weitere Informationen

http://www.gaussteam.com/category/unisat-6/

Tigrisat
UniSat-6

Launch

The liftoff of the 20th Dnepr rocket, took place as scheduled on June 19, 2014, at 19:11:11 UTC from an underground silo facility No. 370/13 in the Dombarosvsky ICBM deployment area in southern Russia. The rocket carried the KazEOSat-2 (DZZ-MRES) remote-sensing satellite for the imaging of the Earth surface, which was built by the European consortium Airbus Defense and Space for the government of Kazakhstan and a cluster of 36 secondary payloads for customers from 17 countries, including Deimos-2, Hodoyoshi-3, Hodoyoshi-4, BugSat-1, SaudiSat-4, AprizeSat-9, AprizeSat-10, UniSat-6, Tigrisat, AeroCube 6, ANTELSAT, Lemur-1, BRITE-CA 1, BRITE-CA 2, NanosatC-Br1, Duchifat-1, Perseus-M1, Perseus-M2, QB50P1, QB50P, Tablesat-Avrora, 11 satellites Flock-1c, POPSAT-HIP 1, PACE, PolyITAN, DTUSat-2.


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