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07.08.2011

ARISSat-1/KEDR Deployment Set for August 3

AMSAT needs your telemetry from ARISSat-1/KEDR both during the test and after deployment from the International Space Station. Since there are no "Whole Orbit Data" storage mechanisms onboard ARISSat-1/KEDR, your submissions are the only way for AMSAT to collect the spacecraft telemetry and KURSK experiment results.

Given the low duty cycle of the spacecraft during the test, those planning to receive and decode the digital telemetry are encouraged to record the entire signal band using the FunCube dongle or SDR-IQ receivers.

Recorded ARISSat-1/KEDR and Kursk telemetry CSV files (in the ARISSatTLM folder) can be sent as an e-mail attachment to arissattlm.org

If you are running ARISSatTLM and receiving the signal "live" from ARISSat-1/KEDR, please enable the telemetry forwarding option.

The latest telemetry can be seen LIVE on your computer or cell phone.

Information from: http://www.arissat1.org/v3/

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