HTV6 with nano satellites to ISS

AOBA-VeloxIII, EGG, FREEDOM, ITF-2, STARS-C, TuPOD, WASEDA-SAT3, Tancredo-1(UbatubaSat), UBAKUSAT




(C)JAXA


JAXA announced to the public November 7 that seven nano satellites are to be installed
in H-IIB Transfer Vehicle "KOUNOTORI" (HTV6) to be launched in December. Satellites are
only about 1U~3U in size and will conduct experiments aimed at realizing the space elevator
which is expected to facilitate the movement of the Earth and the Universe in the future.
It's the first time to launch in JAXA with seven satellites at a time.


JAXA to launch HTV6 with nano satellites to ISS
HTV6 Launch: 13:26 UTC, Dec.9, 2016 at Tanegashima Space Center, Japan

                     Downlink  Beacon    Mode
AOBA-VeloxIII        437.375   437.375   1k2 AFSK,CW
ITF-2                437.525   437.525   1k2 FM,CW
STARS-C (Mother)     437.405   437.245   1k2 FM,CW
STARS-C (Daughter)   437.425   437.255   1k2 FM,CW
TuPOD                437.425   437.425   1k2 GMSK,CW
WASEDA-SAT3          437.290   437.290   1k2 PCM-FSK,CW


H-II Transfer Vehicle "KOUNOTORI" (HTV), JAXA
http://global.jaxa.jp/projects/rockets/htv/index.html
http://iss.jaxa.jp/kiboexp/news/161107_cubesats_unveiled.html
http://news.mynavi.jp/articles/2016/11/11/nanosat_jaxa/001.html


AOBA-VeloxIII
Kyusyu Institute of Technology
http://kitsat.ele.kyutech.ac.jp/av3/index.html
http://kitsat.ele.kyutech.ac.jp/av3/soft/index.html#!index.md




EGG
University of Tokyo / Nihon University
http://daedalus.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/laboratory/
http://repository.exst.jaxa.jp/dspace/bitstream/a-is/2961/1/SA6000021010.pdf
http://gd.isas.jaxa.jp/~kzyamada/MAAC/2013/Publication/2013_Koko_006_Imamura.pdf
http://www.cit.nihon-u.ac.jp/laboratorydata/kenkyu/kouennkai/reference/No.47/pdf/1-12.pdf




FREEDOM
Tohoku University / Nakashimada Engneering Works, Ltd
http://www.nakashimada.co.jp/aerospace/aerospace_freedom.html
http://www.nakashimada.co.jp/dcms_media/other/freedom-press.pdf
http://www.tohoku.ac.jp/japanese/newimg/pressimg/tohokuuniv-press_20140926_01web.pdf




ITF-2
University of Tsukuba
http://yui.kz.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/
http://operationitf-2.blogspot.jp/




STARS-C
Shizuoka University
http://stars.eng.shizuoka.ac.jp/english.html
http://www.ipc.shizuoka.ac.jp/~vk127139/




TuPOD
Japan Manned Space Systems Corporation / Gauss Srl, Italy
http://www.jamss.co.jp/
http://www.gaussteam.com/tag/tupod/
http://www.gaussteam.com/tupod-almost-ready-for-launch/




WASEDA-SAT3
Waseda University
http://www.miyashita.mmech.waseda.ac.jp/Waseda-Sat3/




Tancredo-1 [UbatubaSat] (Brazil)


Engineering Model of Tubesat Tancredo-1 under test at INPE
(C)BRAZILIAN SPACE

Tancredo-1 sera enviado para a ISS

The Tancredo-1 satellite, a small TubeSat built by middle school students
in Brazil, is scheduled to be sent to the International Space Station on
December 9, 2016. The satellite will be sent to the ISS inside the TuPOD
TubeSat deployer onboard JAXAfs KOUNOTORI6 cargo ship (HTV-6 mission).
The TuPOD is expected to be ejected into space by the J-SSOD satellite
deployer on December 19th and on December 21st, Tancredo-1 is expected
to  be finally ejected from the TuPOD into space. Once in space,
Tancredo-1 will start transmitting telemetry data.

Tancredo-1
437.200MHz 1200bps AFSK AX.25
INPE (Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais)
The elementary school "Presidente Tancredo de Almeida Neves", Brazil
with HTV-6 / EDT, EGG, TuPOD, UBAKUSAT, AOBA-VeloxIII,
             STARS-C, FREEDOM, ITF-2, WASEDA-SAT3, OSNSAT

http://amsat-br.org/
http://goo.gl/qOK6qM
http://www.ubatubasat.com/en/
http://brazilianspace.blogspot.com.br/search?q=tancredo-1
http://amsat-uk.org/2016/12/02/school-tancredo-1-tubesat/


TechEdSat-5 (USA)



SJSU (San Jose State University), University of Idaho,
and NASA/ARC (Ames Reserach Center)
http://spaceflight101.com/re-entry-techedsat-5/
http://directory.eoportal.org/web/eoportal/satellite-missions/t/techedsat-5


UBAKUSAT (Turkey)



Istanbul Technical University
One of the world's oldest technical universities
in Turkey with a long history of 250 years.

Launch on 9 December 2016 with JAXA HTV-6.
The mission is expected to last 6-12 months.

Uplink   145.940-145.990MHz LSB
Downlink 435.200-435.250MHz USB
Digital TLM downlink 437.325MHz
CW Beacon downlink   427.225MHz

http://www.tamsat.org.tr/tr/ubakusat-kup-uydusu/
http://amsat-uk.org/2016/11/02/ubakusat-linear-transponder-satellite/

Update: UBAKUSAT was not launched on the JAXA HTV-6 mission. Reports
   indicate that it is likely to launch on the next JAXA HTV mission.


[Addition]

ISS + HTV6 successful Capture!
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/htv6stac.htm


STARS-C released successfully at 08:50 UTC, 19 Dec 2016
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/htv6stac.htm


The remaining 6 satellites Launch Schedule on 16 Jan 2017
(1) 09:00-09:30 UTC : 4 satellites release: ITF-2, WASEDA-SAT3, FREEDOM, EGG
(2) 10:30-11:00 UTC : 2 satellites release: AOBA-VELOX3, TuPOD (including Tancredo-1 and OSNSAT)

http://iss.jaxa.jp/kiboexp/plan/status/images/schedule_170111.pdf
http://iss.jaxa.jp/topics/2017/01/170112_satellites.html
http://www.ne.jp/asahi/hamradio/je9pel/aobaitf2.htm


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