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We finished the first operation phase.
Unfortunately we didn't receive after 22nd May till now.
UNITEC-1 may have a nap...
In the next phase we use 18m Katsuura, 34m NICT, 32m Yamaguchi to wake up UNITEC-1 again ;-)
We haven't received the UNITEC-1 signal after 21 May 2010, 18:00 (UTC).
We very much appreciate if you send any reception or information for UNITEC-1.
CW and FSK signal from about 30,000 km far away have been received!
Japanese ground stations worked out together to receive a UNITEC-1 signal.
1st pass over Japan kept from 16:15(JST) to 25:15(JST) at 21st May.
- Measured Frequency 5839.91 MHz
(Original UNITEC-1 downlink frequency 5840.000MHz)
- Problem: big QRH is measured during major and minor downlink
(wide-range recorder may be needed)
- Orbital determination downlink is easier to receive
UNITEC-1 has been successfully separated from H-IIA F17!
Please wait for the details about separation.
The new launch date of H-IIA F17 is set on
May 20, 2010 (21:58:22 UTC)
May 21, 2010 (6:58:22 JST).
Please see the press release for details.
Please wait a moment for a new launch time announcement.
UNITEC-1 project team neads a received downlink data.
Please report to the forum and/or the following e-mail address if you successed to acquire the data.
(please change [at] to @)
We would appreciate your cooperation.
The major and minor downlink format documents have been uploaded to Downlink Specification page.
Please read it and wait for the coming launch of UNITEC-1!
H-IIA F17, which carry the PLANET-C, UNITEC-1, and other satellites has arrived at the launch pad in Tanegashima space centre.
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