CO-66 (Cubesat Oscar 66) SEEDS
SEEDS stands for “Space Engineering EDucation Satellite”
Seeds was launched at 1:34 July 27th, 2006 (local time). The CubeSat “SEEDS” which is 10cm cube, 1kg had been developed by Nihon University, College of Science and Technology, Department of Aerospace Engineering since 2001.
Our SEEDS has 2 functions which HAM’s can enjoy. The functions are SSTV and digi-talker. SSTV is function that sending picture by radio wave. Digi-talker can send voice message from far away orbit. So, Please enjoy SEEDS’s SSTV and digi-talker. And we also prepared QSL card to present for who received radio wave from SEEDS.
Name SEEDS NORAD 32791 COSPAR designation 2008-021-J Inclination (degree) 97.994 RAAN 188.666 Eccentricity 0.0014893 ARGP 267.469 Orbit per day 14.81261604 Period 1h 37m 12s (97.20 Min) Semi-major axis 7003 km Perigee x apogee 615 x 636 km Drag factor 0.000039966 1/ER Mean Anomaly 92.480
437.485MHz FM 1k2 AFSK AX.25 – SSTV – Digitalker 450mW
437.485MHz CW (90mW)
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