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BEESAT-4 Updated: 29 Jun 2015   Responsible Operator Martin Buscher DJ1MBB
Supporting Organisation Technische Universität Berlin  
Contact Person Martin.buscher@tu-berlin.de.nospam  
Headline Details: The main mission of the satellite is technology demonstration and education/ training in the field of satellite technology. A GPS receiver will get GPS signals to determine the satellite’s position accurately. Therefore 3-axes stabilization will be realized with reaction wheels and magnetorquers. A camera will take pictures of the Earth to verify the attitude of the satellite. A 1U CubeSat, the satellite will have a digipeater function to mirror a signal to another satellite or ground station. Furthermore it will provide a beacon signal for radio amateurs. Planning launch in March 2016 from India into a 505km 97 deg orbit. More information from http://www.raumfahrttechnik.tu-berlin.de/menue/research/current_projects/amateur_radio/parameter/de ** A downlink on 435.950MHz has been coordinated**
Application Date: 16 Apr 2015   Freq coordination completed on 29 Jun 2015

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