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HORYU-2 Telemetry Operational

5 Jul 2012, 10:07 UTC
HORYU-2 Telemetry Operational
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On Tuesday, July 3, the amateur radio satellite HORYU-2 (call sign JG6YBW) recovered from the problems affecting the 437.375 MHz telemetry and the Blog indicates the team are now attempting to take pictures. Read the KIT HORYU Blog in Google English http://tinyurl.com/HORYU-Blog … Continue reading →

The HORYU-2 Team
On Tuesday, July 3, the amateur radio satellite HORYU-2 (call sign JG6YBW) recovered from the problems affecting the 437.375 MHz telemetry and the Blog indicates the team are now attempting to take pictures.
Read the KIT HORYU Blog in Google English http://tinyurl.com/HORYU-Blog
HORYU-2 Japanese Operating Schedule in Google English http://tinyurl.com/HORYU-2-Schedule
Nano-Satellite “HORYU2″, built by students from the Kyushu Institute of Technology, was launched by JAXA from Tanegashima Space Center on May 18 with the Observation Mission “SHIZUKU” (GCOM-W1). The SHIZUKU observation images acquired by AMSR2 has been released.
JAXA press release
http://www.jaxa.jp/press/2012/07/20120704_shizuku_j.html (Japanese)
http://www.jaxa.jp/press/2012/07/20120704_shizuku_e.html (English)
HORYU2 operational status
http://kitsat.ele.kyutech.ac.jp/operation_schedule_japanese.html (Japanese)
http://kitsat.ele.kyutech.ac.jp/index_e_new.html (English)
UNISEC http://www.unisec.jp
AMSAT-UK publishes a colour A4 newsletter, OSCAR News, which is full of Amateur Satellite information.
OSCAR News – Free Sample Issue.AMSAT-UK Membership-Join Here

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