CAPE-1
Mission information
Name
CAPE-1
NORAD ID
31130
Status
Satellite alive
Operational

Satellite is in orbit and operational

Image
CAPE-1
Description

Cajun Advanced Picosatellite Experiment (CAPE-1) is an amateur satellite built by students at the University of Louisiana. Telemetry is relayed via intermittent CW & AX15 beacons sent using a 1 watt transmitter with the callsign K5USL. It has now been superseded by CAPE-2

Type
Transmitter
Service
Amateur
Downlink Mode
FM
Downlink Frequency
435245000
Type
Transmitter
Service
Amateur
Downlink Mode
CW
Downlink Frequency
435245000
FSK 9600 AX.25
Type
Transmitter
Service
Amateur
Downlink Mode
FM
Downlink Frequency
435247000
Baud
9600
Type
Transmitter
Service
Amateur
Downlink Mode
CW
Downlink Frequency
435247000
Most Recent Observers
Observer Latest Data
DK3WN-JN49lr 2021-02-05 21:04:47 UTC
Data Frames Decoded - 30 Days
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Orbital Elements
Latest Two-Line Element (TLE)
TLE Source
Celestrak (SatNOGS)
TLE Set
1 31130U 07012P   21059.38428978  .00000193  00000-0  51475-4 0  9993
2 31130 98.2247 359.8626 0095184 323.1248 36.3429 14.56639724736078