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Neutron-1 Updated: 23 Sep 2019   Responsible Operator Tom Ellis K4XV/WH6DNU
Supporting Organisation University of Hawaii, Hawaii Space Flight Laboratory  
Contact Person tom@k4xv.com.nospam  
Headline Details: A 3U CubeSat. The science experiment of Neutron-1 is a precursor mission for instrument validation for the ASU neutron detector flying on the later LunaH-Map mission to the moon in 2020. Following an initial checkout and startup period, Neutron-1 will operate a neutron detector counting neutrons escaping the earth’s atmosphere. The amateur payload will provide a V/U FM voice repeater for amateur and educational purposes. Proposing 1k2 -9k6 AX telemetry and FM voice UHF downlink and a VHF FM uplink. The access of functionality will be provided on the Neutron-1 website (https://www.hsfl.hawaii.edu/web/neutron1/). . Planning deployment from the iSS as part of the ELaNa 25 mission NET Oct 19th 2019 with other spacecraft: Argus – St. Louis University, Missouri AzTechSat-1 – NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California CaNOP – Carthage College, Kenosha, Wisconsin CryoCube – NASA Kennedy Space Center, Florida CySat – Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa HuskySat – University of Washington, Seattle Phoenix – Arizona State University, Tempe SOCRATES – University of Minnesota, Minneapolis SORTIE – ASTRA, Boulder, Colorado SPOC – University of Georgia, Athens RadSat-U – Montana State University, Bozeman **This revised request was received on Sept 9th 2019** **A downlink on 435.300 MHz and an uplink on 145.840 MHz have been coordinated**
Application Date: 04 Jun 2019   Freq coordination completed on 01 Jan 1970

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