TSUBAME

Tsubame

A liftoff of the Dnepr launch vehicle took place on November 6, 2014, 07:35 UTC, at the Dombarovsky launch site. The rocket carried Japanese ASNARO-1 Earth-watching satellite as its primary cargo and a cluster of secondary remote-sensing payloads: Hodoyoshi-1, ChubuSat-1, Tsubame and QSAT-EOS satellites.
TSUBAME is a size of 50cm x 50cm x 40cm and total mass of 40 kg. The name "TSUBAME" means swift in Japanese, which is the same meaning as that of the NASA’s gamma-ray observation satellite, "Swift". In addition, swift is adopted in Tokyo Tech’s symbol mark. Compared to "Swift", TSUBAME can change its attitude more rapidly, and it observes polarized X-ray. The TSUBAME project has three goals. The first one is to demonstrate a student-leading system design and to obtain a development principle of several tens kg-class satellite. The second goal of the project is to promptly conduct high-technology demonstrations in orbit. The third goal is to share with space engineering researchers, students, and other enthusiasts the rare experiment opportunities.

NASA-Catalog: 40302

Downlink

437.505 MHz FM 1k2 AFSK

Bake

437.275 MHz CW

Call

JQ1ZHX

Status

ACTIVE

Orbital Parameter

NORAD                   40302
COSPAR designator       2014-070-E  
Inclination             97.466
RA of A. Node           42.349
Eccentricity            0.0046996
Argument of Perigee     141.520
Revs per day            15.10033786
Period                  1h 35m 21s (95.35 min)
Semi-major axis         6 914 km
Perigee x Apogee        504 x 569 km
BStar (drag term)       0.000723600 1/ER
Mean anomaly            291.737


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hi hi de jq1zhx tsubame 92 1a cf 93 0c 00 62 27 18 40 87 f8 10 09 00 01
hi hi de jq1zhx tsubame 92 19 cf 93 0c 00 c3 27 18 40 87 f8 18 09 00 01
hi hi de jq1zhx tsubame 92 19 cd 93 0c 00 56 27 18 40 87 f8 10 09 00 01
hi hi de jq1zhx tsubame 92 19 cf 93 0b 00 .7 28 18 40 87 f8 10 09 00 01
hi hi de jq1zhx tsubame 92 1a cf 93 0b 00 72 27 18 40 87 f8 10 09 00 01
hi hi de jq1zhx tsubame 92 1a cf 93 0b 00 c2 27 18 40 87 f8 10 09 00 01
06.11.2014, 10:45 UTC first CW beacons over Europe

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Homepage und weitere Informationen

http://lss.mes.titech.ac.jp/ssp/tsubame/abst_e.html
https://directory.eoportal.org/web/eoportal/satellite-missions/t/tsubame
http://lss.mes.titech.ac.jp/ssp/tsubame/paper/TSUBAME.pdf

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