Preliminary object information 2013-015x series

Preliminary object information 2013-015x series

Soyuz 2.1a 19-04-2013 10:00 UTCAfter the successful launch of a Soyuz-2.1a with BeeSAT-2, BeeSAT-3, SOMP, OSSI-1 and main payload: Bion-M1 here is some object information that I could find during the last couple of days regarding the possible objects that apply.

With this information I have tried to receive data from OSSI-1 on 145.980 and also on 437.525, but no luck so far.

BION-M1
Object information: 39130 2013-015A

BION-M1
1 39130U 13015A   13109.86774677 -.00001982  62674-5  00000+0 0    38
2 39130 064.8855 032.0365 0223088 061.7172 336.4641 15.54458396    63

OSSI-1
It was separated from BION-M1 at 16:13:50 UTC on April 19
Object information: 39131 2013-015B (probably)

The upper stage of the Soyuz 2.1a rocket
Object information: 39137 2013-015H

1 39137U 13015H   13109.61683023  .00218796  18651-4  10338-2 0    37
2 39137 064.9052 032.9523 0221255 060.5813 013.8697 15.55037421    35

The numbers 39132 to 39136 have been reserved for the other satellites on this launch.
But these satellites are still attached to BION M1. They are expected to be separated from BION M1 in two batches on Sunday starting at 08:15 (AIST and Dove 2) and starting at 11:00 UTC (BEESAT 3, BEESAT 2 and SOMP).

[PE0SAT Thanks PA0DLO, DK3WN and Amsat-BB mailing list for this information]

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