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NuSat-1 and NuSat-2 Updated: 23 Aug 2022   Responsible Operator Ignacio Mazzitelli LU7AA
Supporting Organisation Satellogic S.A. & AMSAT-LU  
Contact Person lu1esy@gmail.com.nospam  
Headline Details: Two almost identical 37kg, 450mm x 450mm x 800mm, spacecraft. The primary objective of the mission is to commercially provide earth observation images to the general public, in the visible and infrared parts of the spectrum. Additionally, NuSat-1 will carry a U/V linear transponder provided by AMSAT-LU to offer services to the HAM community.In addition to operation in other services with downlinks on 8GHz and uplinks on 2GHz, the group is proposing a U/V linear transponder which will downlink on 145.935-145.965 MHz with an output power of 2 watts. Uplink will be on 435.935-435.965 MHz. An additional backup telemetry downlink on 437.445MHz operating at >9k6 GFSK and a beacon on 145.900 MHz are also proposed. Planning a launch from Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center. Taiyuan, China on 30th April 2016 into 500km SSSO 97.5 degree orbit with a 10:30 LTAN.**The above frequencies have now been coordinated and the launch date is now expected to be May 30th 2016**
Application Date: 08 Nov 2015   Freq coordination completed on 03 May 2016

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