Pico-satellite for Remote-sensing and Innovative Space Missions.
The University of Tokyo launched On 23.01.2009 at 03:54 UTC an H-IIA F15 rocket from Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. Main payload GOSAT (Ibuki), was the world’s first satellite that will study climate change. As piggyback payload were six other satellites on board. At 04:43 UTC PRISM was separated as the last satellite.
Name PRISM NORAD 33493 COSPAR designation 2009-002-B Inclination (degree) 98.046 RAAN 147.181 Eccentricity 0.0019427 ARGP 313.924 Orbit per day 14.80607306 Period 1h 37m 15s (97.25 Min) Semi-major axis 7006 km Perigee x apogee 614 x 641 km Mean anomaly 46.037
437.425 MHz, FM 1k2 AFSK (800mW), 9k6 GMSK (2W)
437.250 MHz, CW (80mW)
CW is the default mode of PRISM, the packet downlink is only active above the Japanese command station. The CW telemetry consists of 14 frames.
Here is an overview:
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