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Armadillo Updated: 25 May 2012   Responsible Operator Glenn Lightsey KE5DDG
Supporting Organisation University of Texas at Austin Satellite Design Laboratory  
Contact Person lightsey@mail.utexas.edu.nospam  
Headline Details: The primary objectives of the ARMADILLO mission are to collect debris impact data, characterize Ionospheric changes using GPS occultation, evaluate a Guidance, Navigation, and Control suite, and to evaluate an in-house star tracker. 38k4 GMSK and CW Telemetry on 435-438 MHz will be transmitted until end of life. A 3U CubeSat of less than 4kg. Not currently manifested, but selected for launch by ELaNa 4.A 600 km circular polar orbit is desired. More information from http://Armadillo.ae.utexas.edu **A downlink on 437.525MHz has been coordindated**
Application Date: 02 May 2012   Freq coordination completed on 24 May 2012

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