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WASEDA-SAT-ZERO Updated: 27 Jan 2021   Responsible Operator Keigo Kato -callsign not available
Supporting Organisation The Society for Ultralight Space Structure of Waseda University  
Contact Person keigo.kato@ruri.waseda.jp.nospam  
Headline Details: A 1U CubeSat.  Evaluation of satellite body which made by Integral molding in space environment  Evaluation of performance and functions of a test body in space environment  Establishment of base technology about the super lightweight space structure technology that is necessary for future supersized space structure  Encouraging the talent carrying the next generation by an activity student mainly participate in as a part of a research of university education  Offer the opportunity of satellite tracking and operation for ham operators and amateur astronomers, and contribute to improvement of satellite communication technic ( 1 ) Minimum success Establish communication between satellite and earth station. (TTC) ( 2 ) Full success ( i ) Measure strain and temperature of satellite body ( ii ) Announce the command to turn on the LED mounted on the satellite to amateur radio stations which use that frequency band Provide a satellite operation experience ( iii ) Receive messages from general amateur radio stations which use that frequency band. Save it to memory. Downlink the messages few times. ( iv ) In relation to (iii), recruit the message and we uplink it from command station. Downlink the messages few times. ( v ) Extend and unfold a contained drag chute ( vi ) Let down the altitude of orbit by using drag chute which suffer air resistance. Proposing a CW and 1k2 FSK downlink using Ax25 on UHF. Planning a deployment to the ISS NET May 2022 from the Uchinoura Space Center. More info at http://www.miyashita.mmech.waseda.ac.jp/Waseda-Sat-Zero/index.html
Application Date: 27 Jan 2021   Freq coordination completed on

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