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TeikyoSat-3 Updated: 22 Mar 2013   Responsible Operator Takahiro Ando JQ1ZAX
Supporting Organisation Space System Research Group of Teikyo University  
Contact Person Takahiro0250@gmail.com.nospam  
Headline Details: Planning a microsat mission to a 400km 65 degree orbit on a H-IIA launch vehicle. The group proposal states "A slime mold is a microbe without a brain, but its ecology has been studied by many research institutions, because it is expected to apply the behavior of slime molds to the traffic and information technology. Our micro satellite, TeikyoSat-3, takes a picture of the growth process of the slime mold, dictyostelium discoideum, in the space, and then downlinks the pictures to the ground station. We’ll release the pictures on our website to the public and radio amateurs. We expect the public and radio amateurs to promote their interest of the amateur satellites and biology. Also, we’ll release the transmit frequency of our satellite, the demodulation method and the operation plans, so we’ll actively make public the information of our satellite positively to enable the radio amateurs to receive the pictures of the slime mold from our satellite directly. Moreover, we’ll release the pictures we take on the ground on our website. Everyone can identify the difference of the motion of the slime mold in space and on ground." Proposing a UHF CW telemetry beacon 100mw and 1k2 AFSK image data at 800mw. More information from http://club.uccl.teikyo-u.ac.jp/~space_system_society/ **A Downlink freqeuency of 437,450 MHz has been coordinated**
Application Date: 07 Mar 2013   Freq coordination completed on 22 Mar 2013

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