New Satellites on SpaceX Falcon Heavy

Armadillo, CP9 (LEO), LightSail-B, NPSat-1, Oculus-ASR, Prox-1, StangSat, TBEX-A/B, TEPCE-1/2



Launch Date: March 2017
Launching on STP-2 out of Cape Canaveral on a SpaceX Falcon Heavy


Armadillo
University of Texas at Austin Satellite Design Laboratory
http://www.ae.utexas.edu/armadillo-launching-2017
437.525MHz 38k4 GMSK


  (C)UT Austin


CP9 (LEO)
Cal Poly Picosatellite Project
http://polysat.calpoly.edu/in-development/
437.505MHz 9k6/19k2/38k4 FSK

  (C)PolySat


LightSail-B
California Polytechnic State University
http://www.spaceflight101.net/lightsail-a-mission-updates.html
437.325MHz 9k6 GMSK


  (C)CalPoly


NPSat-1
Naval Postgraduate School
http://my.nps.edu/web/ssag/research/-/asset_publisher/J2E3CmlIBI7C/content/test-1


    (C)NPS


Oculus-ASR (NanoSat-6)
Michigan Technological University
http://directory.eoportal.org/web/eoportal/satellite-missions/o/oculus-asr
437.200MHz 9k6 GMSK


  (C)MTU


Prox-1 (Nanosat-7)
Georgia Institute of Technology
http://www.prox-1.gatech.edu/
2300.000MHz


  (C)GT SSDL


StangSat
Merritt Island High School
http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20140017857.pdf


    (C)MIHS


TBEX-A/B
University of Michigan
http://exploration.engin.umich.edu/dev/blog/?page_id=4
TBEX-A on 437.485MHz, TBEX-B on 437.535MHz


    (C)UMICH


TEPCE-1/2
Naval Research Laboratory
http://www.nrl.navy.mil/media/news-releases/2010/nrls-tepce-spacecraft-undergoes-successful-deployment-test


  (C)NRL


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