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SATLLA-1 Updated: 05 Jul 2020   Responsible Operator Yosef Pinhasi 4Z1VC
Supporting Organisation Ariel University  
Contact Person benmo@g.ariel.ac.il.nospam  
Headline Details: A 1U CubeSat mission.The satellite’s mission is an educational one. This satellite was designed and constructed by students. The aim is for the satellite to introduce the students to the “new-space” frontier - with a hands-on practice. The cubesat’s LEDs will flash brightly enough to be seen by an earth located telescope - as the SATTLA-1 passes across the night sky. SATTLA-1 will take low-resolution photos and will broadcast the photos over the amateur radio. SATTLA-1 will broadcast a signal over amateur radio with its position in orbit and data from its sensors (battery status, gyro, gps) SATTLA-1 will relay short messages over amateur radio with format. Proposing UHF and S Band downlinks using Lora using various data rates between 476 bps and 9k6 bps. Planning a Nanoracks deployment in October 2020. More info from https://www.ariel-asc.com/nes-space **Downlinks on 437.250 MHz and 2401 MHz have been coordinated**
Application Date: 09 May 2020   Freq coordination completed on 05 Jul 2020

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