Thursday, 20 January 2011

NASA mencari Operator Radio Amator untuk membantu




NASA mencari dan memerlukan bantuan daripada Operator Radio Amator dari seluruh dunia untuk membantu pihak mereka bagi menerima signal Becon daripada sebuah satelik yang bernama NanoSail-D2 di frequansi 437.270MHz.

Kenyataan daripada NASA pada 19 January, 2011 menyatakan:

Wednesday, Jan. 19 at 11:30 a.m. EST, engineers at Marshall SpacemFlight Center in Huntsville, Ala., confirmed that the NanoSail-D nanosatellite ejected from Fast Affordable Scientific and Technology Satellite, FASTSAT. The ejection event occurred spontaneously and was identified this morning when engineers at the center analyzed onboard FASTSAT telemetry. The ejection of NanoSail-D also has been confirmed by ground-based satellite tracking assets.

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Amateur radio operators are asked to listen for the signal to verify NanoSail-D is operating. This information should be sent to the NanoSail-D dashboard at:
http://nanosaild.engr.scu.edu/dashboard.htm

The NanoSail-D beacon signal can be found at 437.270 MHz.

The NanoSail-D science team is hopeful the nanosatellite is healthy and can complete its solar sail mission.

After ejection, a timer within NanoSail-D begins a three-day countdown as the satellite orbits the Earth. Once the timer reaches zero, four booms will quickly deploy and the NanoSail-D sail will start to unfold to a 100-square-foot polymer sail. Within five seconds the sail fully unfurls.



NANOSAILD
1 90027U 0 11019.40613897 +.00003325 +00000-0 +47680-3 0 00013
2 90027 071.9739 007.2360 0021785 203.3337 159.2085 14.77038910000019

Selepas anda menerima becon daripada NanoSail-D ini, sila hantar laporannya di sini.

Jom bersama-sama kita Ham Radio dari Malaysia menaikkan dan memartabakkan Ham Radio dari Malaysia.

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2 comments:

yeyeyey said...

kita xdop rig UHF...nak rx beacon guano abe key>??

9W2KEY said...

tak dapat nak nolong ler. alah jgn la sedih. ini bukan nyer wajib pun