ELaNA-7 Super Strypi Launch 2015

LAUNCH VEHICLE:

Super Strypi

 

LAUNCH SITE:

US Navy Pacific Missile Range, Barking Sands, HI

 

LAUNCH TIME:

November 5th, 2015 - 03:45 UTC

 

PRIMARY PAYLOAD:

HiakaSat

 

NUMBER OF CUBESATS:

12


Slot Satellite Name Organization Size Beacon Details More Info
1a EDSN 1 NASA Ames 1.5U x 8 EDSN (Edison Demonstration for SmallSat Networks 437.05 - 437.15 MHz, 1200 bps AFSK AX.25, 1W, Call sign KE6QLL, all spacecraft have identical radios 60 seconds/8 spacecraft= 7.5 second spacing between spacecraft Each spacecraft will have a custom offset so that all 8 spacecraft transmissions are evenly spaced 60 seconds between packets during all activities after first science measurement, 120 seconds between packets during detumble / first magnetic alignment (first 31 hours of mission) All spacecraft will have a common period between beacon packet transmissions Crosslinks activities last up to 45 minute, four times a day, beaconing restarts after crosslink is complete, beacons turn off during crosslinks Each of the eight EDSN spacecraft will transmit beacon packets during all phases of the mission More Info
1B EDSN 2 More Info
2A EDSN 5 More Info
2B EDSN 6 More Info
3A EDSN 7 More Info
3B EDSN 8 More Info
4A EDSN 3 More Info
4B EDSN 4 More Info
5A SLU-02 Argus Saint Louis University and Vanderbilt University 2U 437.290 MHz, AX.25 UNPROTO packets, Callsign ARGUS1. Beacon will go every 10 seconds, nominally. More Info
5B PrintSat Colorado Satellite Services, LLC, Montana State University 1U 437.325 9600bps GMSK Beacon rate initially: 1 minute Reception reports are appreciated. Email them to jim@coloradosatellite.com More Info
6 STACEM 3U
7 SUPERNOVA 6U

Atlas V GRACE Launch 2015

LAUNCH VEHICLE:

Atlas V

 

LAUNCH SITE:

Vandenberg AFB, CA

 

LAUNCH TIME:

October 8, 2015 - 12:49 UTC

 

PRIMARY PAYLOAD:

NROL-55

 

NUMBER OF CUBESATS:

13


P-POD Satellite Name Organization Size Beacon Details More Info
1 AeroCube-5c The Aerospace Corporation 1.5U None More Info
1 Aerocube-7 The Aerospace Corporation 1.5U None
2 Fox-1A AMSAT 1U 145.980 MHz FM voice with slow speed data under voice (DUV), 9600 bps high speed data. When not sending voice or high speed data a voice ID beacon is sent every 120 seconds with two frames of DUV satellite telemetry. Visit site for free software to decode the telemetry. Email contact foxtelem@amsat.us. More Info
2 BisonSat Salish Kootenai College 1U 437.375 MHz, GMSK AX.25, 9600 bps, 60 sec period, contains telemetry More Info
2 ARC1 University of Alaska Fairbanks 1U 437.565 MHz, 9600 bps FSK, AX.25, 10 sec period. Initial message in ascii. After about a week switches to satellite health telemetry. More Info
3 SNaP-3 ALICE U.S. Army Space and Missile Demand Control 3U None More Info
4A EDSN 3 More Info
4 LMRST-Sat Jet Propulsion Laboratory 3U None More Info
5 SNaP-3 EDDIE U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command 3U None More Info
6 PropCube Merryweather Contracting office: NRO Spacecraft Operator: NPS Spacecraft provider: Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems Inc. 1U None More Info
6 SINOD-D 1 SRI International and Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems Inc. 2U None
7 SnaP-3 JIMI U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command 3U None
8 PropCube Flora Contracting office: NRO Spacecraft Operator: NPS Spacecraft provider: Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems Inc. 1U
8 SINOD-D 3 SRI International and Tyvak Nano-satellite Systems Inc. 1U

For those of you supporting us on launch day, don't forget to join the IRC channel. Information about the channel can be found athttp://www.cubesat.org/index.php/collaborate/ground-operators.

The latest TLEs are currently available here.

Atlas V ULTRASat Launch 2015

LAUNCH VEHICLE:

Atlas V

 

LAUNCH SITE:

Cape Canaveral Air Force Station

 

LAUNCH TIME:

May 20th, 2015 - 15:05 UTC

 

PRIMARY PAYLOAD:

AFSPC-5

 

NUMBER OF CUBESATS:

10

P-Pod Satellite Name Organization Size Beacon Details More Info
1 USS Langley U.S. Naval Academy 3U 437.475 MHz 9600 baud AX.25 packet telemetry, variable beacon interval
2 O/C-1 Cal Poly, SLO 3U
3 BricSat U.S. Naval Academy 1.5U 437.975 MHz 9600 baud AX.25 packet telemetry, variable beacon interval
4 PSAT U.S. Naval Academy 1.5U 145.825 MHz 1200 baud AX.25 APRS More Info
5 O/C-2 Cal Poly, SLO 3U
6 GEARRS-2 Near Space Launch Inc. 3U Globalstar Network L-Band 1625MHz More Info
7 O/C-3 Cal Poly, SLO 3U
8 AC8 Aerospace Corp. 1.5U x 2
9 LightSail-A The Planetary Society 3U More Info

Delta II SMAP Launch 2015

LAUNCH VEHICLE:

Delta II

 

LAUNCH SITE:

Vandenberg AFB, CA

 

LAUNCH TIME:

January 31st, 2015, 14:22 UTC 

 

PRIMARY PAYLOAD:

NASA SMAP

 

NUMBER OF CUBESATS:

4

 

P-Pod Satellite Name Organization Size Beacon Details More Info
1 FIREBIRD-2 Montana State University, University of New Hampshire, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Aerospace Corp. 1.5U x2 Flight Unit 3: 437.405 MHzFlight Unit 4: 437.230 MHz19.2k baud GMSK AX.25 packet at 60 second period. Each beacon is two separate packets about 1 second apart. More Info
2 GRIFEX University of Michigan / NASA JPL 3U 437.485 MHz, <1W GMSK, AX.25 9600 baud, 10 sec period More Info
3 ExoCube Cal Poly, SLO - PolySat 3U 437.270MHz, 9600 baud AX.25 FSK, NRZI+SCRAMBLED, Morse Code spells out "X03" every 45 seconds More Info

Dnepr UniSat-6 Launch 2014

LAUNCH VEHICLE:

Dnepr

 

LAUNCH SITE:

Yasny Launch Base, Russia

 

LAUNCH TIME:

June 19th, 2014 - 19:11 UTC

 

PRIMARY PAYLOAD:

UniSat-6

 

NUMBER OF CUBESATS:

3

P-Pod Satellite Name Organization Size Beacon Details More Info
N/A UniSat-6 GAUSS N/A Beacon 1: 437.425 MHz, GFSK, 9600 Baud AX.25, 30 second periodBeacon 2: 437.425 MHz, GFSK, 9600 Baud AX.25, 10 second period More Info
1 ANTELSAT Antel, UdelaR 2U Beacon 1: 437.280 MHz, CW / Morse Code, 60 second periodBeacon 2: 437.575 MHz, AFSK/FSK, 1200 Baud AX.25 More Info
1 AeroCube-6 Aerospace Corporation 1U More Info
2 LEMUR-1 Nanosatisfi 3U More Info
Special thanks to R4UAB for compiling this information about the additional payloads of this launch! His site here.
AprizeSat-9
AprizeSat-10
BRITE-CA 1
BRITE-CA 2
BugSat-1 Beacon: 437.445 MHz, 9600 GMSK AX.25
Deimos-2
DTUSat-2 Uplink: 1268.900 MHzDownlink: 2401.835 MHz9600 CPFSK 1200, 19200, 38400 MSK
Duchifat-1 Downlink: 145.980 MHz 1200 BPSK, CW
Flock-1C Downlink: 2.4 GHz 115 kbps
Hodoyoshi-3
Hodoyoshi-4
KazEOSat-2
NanosatC-Br1 Downlink: 435.xxx MHzUplink: 145.865 MHz1200 FM, 9600 BPSK
PACE Downlink: 437.485 MHz 1200 AFSK
Perseus-M1
Perseus-M2
PolyITAN Downlink: 437.675 MHz 1200 AFSK, CW
POPSAT-HIP 1 Downlink: 437.405 MHz 1200, 9600 CCSDS
QB50P1 Uplink: 435.035 - 435.065 MHzDownlink: 145.935 - 145.965 MHzBeacon: 145.815 MHz1200 BPSK, CW
QB50P2 Downlink: 145.880 MHz, 145.840 MHzBeacon: 145.880 MHz1200 BPSK, CW
SaudiSat-4 Ka-band transponder
SkySat-3
TabletSat-Aurora Downlink: 437.050 MHz, 435.550 MHz, 436.100 MHz 4800 GMSK
Tigrisat School of Aerospace Engineering of Rome "La Sapienza" 3U Beacon: 435 MHz, 9600 FSK AX.25, 10 second period, "HNATIG"Downlink: 2450 MHz - switched on through ground command

Falcon 9 CRS-3 Launch 2014

PRIMARY PAYLOAD:

ELaNa-5

 

NUMBER OF CUBESATS:

5

 

LAUNCH SITE:

Kennedy Space Center, Florida

 

LAUNCH VEHICLE:

Falcon 9

 

LAUNCH TIME:

April 18, 2015 - 19:25:21 UTC

 

P-Pod Satellite Name Organization Size Beacon Details More Info
1 SporeSat NASA Ames Research Center, Santa Clara University, Purdue University, and University of Texas 3U 437.1 MHz, AX.25, every 5 seconds. Amateur radio operators are encouraged to submit received beacon packets through the mission website to receive a web-based QSL card. More Info
3A TSAT Taylor University 2U TBA
3B PhoneSat-v2.5 NASA Ames Research Center 1U 437.425 MHz, AFSK, 30 second period whilst operational, 150 second beacon in charging mode More Info
4 ALL-STAR/THEIA Colorado Space Grant Consortium at the University of Colorado at Boulder 3U 2.4017 GHz S-Band Antenna, BPSK, every 15 seconds More Info
6 Kick Sat Cornell University 3U Beacon: 437.505 MHz, 1200 Baud, AFSK, AD.25 PacketsChipSats: 437.240 MHz, Custom Protocol More Info

For those of you supporting us on launch day, don't forget to join the IRC channel. Information about the channel can be found at http://www.cubesat.org/index.php/collaborate/ground-operators. TLE's have been posted on Space-Track.Org and are objects 39681 - 39685.