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Narkissos-1 Updated: 13 Feb 2015   Responsible Operator Emmanuel Lesser ON3ELI
Supporting Organisation Spacebooth  
Contact Person elesser@spacebooth.org.nospam  
Headline Details: The aims of the SpaceBooth project are (a) to get hands-on experience building satellites and planning space missions and (b) to bring the space experience closer to the general public. The SpaceBooth satellite is based on Interorbital’s TubeSat kit. Its payload consists of an OLED display, a camera and EEPROM memory. The idea is for people to upload pictures of themselves via the SpaceBooth website to the satellite. Once received by the satellite a picture will be displayed on the OLED and the camera will take a picture of the OLED, with as much as possible of ‘space’ (e.g. the earth) in the background. This picture will then be transmitted back to earth and uploaded to the user’s account. The SpaceBooth project has no commercial intent at this stage. Proposing a UHF downlink. More information at www.spacebooth.org **A downlink frequency of 437.290MHz has been coordinated** **A launch is now expected in mid 2015*
Application Date: 14 Apr 2014   Freq coordination completed on 27 Apr 2014

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