Microspace Rapid Pte Ltd, Singapore POPSat HIP-1


POPSAT-HIP-1 is an triple cubesat. The spacecraft is to demonstrate the functionality of a high resolution optical payload and attitude control propulsion system on a Cubesat class Nanosatellite.

Orbital parameters

Name                 POPSATHIP-1
NORAD                40028
COSPAR designation   2014-033-U
Inclination (degree) 97.978
RAAN                 132.592
Eccentricity         0.0016624
ARGP                 69.170
Orbit per day        14.85187590
Period               1h 36m 57s (96.95 min)
Semi-major axis      6 991 km
Perigee x apogee     601 x 625 km
Drag factor          0.000135820 1/ER
Mean Anomaly         291.132


437.405 MHz FM 1k2 AFSK, 9k6 FSK AX.25, CW



Launched and active. The liftoff of the 20th Dnepr rocket, took place as scheduled on June 19, 2014, at 19:11:11 UTC from an underground silo facility No. 370/13 in the Dombarosvsky ICBM deployment area in southern Russia. The rocket carried the KazEOSat-2 (DZZ-MRES) remote-sensing satellite for the imaging of the Earth surface, which was built by the European consortium Airbus Defense and Space for the government of Kazakhstan and a cluster of 36 secondary payloads for customers from 17 countries, including Deimos-2, Hodoyoshi-3, Hodoyoshi-4, BugSat-1, SaudiSat-4, AprizeSat-9, AprizeSat-10, UniSat-6, Tigrisat, AeroCube 6, ANTELSAT, Lemur-1, BRITE-CA 1, BRITE-CA 2, NanosatC-Br1, Duchifat-1, Perseus-M1, Perseus-M2, QB50P1, QB50P, Tablesat-Avrora, 11 satellites Flock-1c, POPSAT-HIP 1, PACE, PolyITAN, DTUSat-2.


1 40028U 14033U   14273.38783766  .00002877  00000-0  34034-3 0  3153
2 40028 097.9727 168.2233 0013812 318.1501 041.8660 14.85355257 15192


popsat-hip1 7.08v 33c 23c
popsat-hip1 7.07v 33c 23c
popsat-hip1 7.06v 34c 23c
popsat-hip1 7.04v 34c 24c
popsat-hip1 7.04v 32c 25c
popsat-hip1 7.07v 33c 25c
popsat-hip1 7.09v 34c 25c
popsat-hip1 7.10v 36c 25c
popsat-hip1 7.09v 36c 26c
popsat-hip1 7.10v 37c 26c
popsat-hip1 7.11v 37c 27c
popsat-hip1 7.10v 38c 27c
popsat-hip1 7.08v 39c 28c
popsat-hip1 7.08v 39c 29c

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