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OreSat0 Updated: 18 Mar 2022   Responsible Operator Glenn LeBrasseur KJ7SU
Supporting Organisation Portland State Aerospace Society at Portland State University  
Contact Person glenn.lebrasseur@gmail.nospam  
Headline Details: A 1U CubeSat. The mission is to provide flight heritage to the "OreSat bus", an open source card-cage based system that is ideally suited for education CubeSat projects involving interdisciplinary teams of students. The spacecraft is the predecessor to the OreSat-1 satellite, providing flight heritage to its critical subsystems. Proposing downlinks on UHF using CW beacon, 9k6 9k6 G3RUH AX25/APRS packet becon and a 96k GMSK engineering downlink. Also downlink on S Band using amateur 802.11b DPSK with 11M chip/sec spread and 1 Mbps data rate for bulk mission data. Planning a launch with Momentus Space from Cape Canaveral in Feb 2021 into a 450 km polar orbit. More info at http://oresat.org/ and https://github.com/oresat **Downlinks on 436.500 MHz and 2425.00 MHz have been coordinated** ** The launch has moved to the Pacific Spaceport Complex on Kodiak Island, AK using Astra Aerospace. The launch date has changed to No Earlier Than 14-Mar-2022.**
Application Date: 11 Aug 2020   Freq coordination completed on 07 Oct 2020

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