Monitor-1
Mission information
Name
Monitor-1
Alternate Names
SXC3-212, RS32S, MGU
Satellite ID
HKXU-1877-4030-6508-9166
NORAD ID
53374
Country of Origin

Russia

Status
Satellite alive
Operational

Satellite is in orbit and operational


Frequency Misuse

Satellite is reported to be transmitting at an uncoordinated or denied frequency. Details

Image
Monitor-1
Mission timeline
Launch Date
2022-08-09T08:52:38+00:00
Deploy Date
2022-08-09T00:00:00+00:00
Description

The new instrument, the Combined Radiation Detector (KODIZ) is developed at M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP MSU) and is planned to launch on Monitor-1 cubesat on 09 August 2022. For a long time, such types of detectors as semiconductor detectors, Cherenkov detectors and SiPM detectors have been used as space radiation detectors. KODIZ is designed to register dose rates of cosmic radiation, fluxes of high-energy nuclei, and neutron fluxes on microsatellites such as CubeSats. The instrument is expected to be used to detect the appearance of Solar Energetic Particles fluxes, which may create an additional radiation load onboard aircraft.

Mode U - GMSK 2k4 (USP FEC) TLM
Type
Transmitter
Service
Amateur
Downlink Mode
GMSK
Downlink Frequency
437550000
Baud
2400
IARU Coordination
IARU Uncoordinated
Most Recent Observers
Observer Latest Data
EU1XX-KO33ru 2022-10-01 22:30:06 UTC
M7RED-LO33sr 2022-10-01 20:53:24 UTC
ArgusNavis-EL88sb 2022-09-30 16:15:13 UTC
YB3MBN-OI33ls 2022-09-25 15:39:39 UTC
spacecruft-DN70jn 2022-09-22 17:44:23 UTC
Data Frames Decoded - 30 Days
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Orbital Elements
Latest Two-Line Element (TLE)
TLE Source
Celestrak (active)
TLE Updated
2022-10-02 00:41:26 UTC
TLE Set
1 53374U 22096E   22274.86223831  .00011877  00000+0  47267-3 0  9993
2 53374 97.4296 175.9409 0002456 46.6130 17.9593 15.25410651 8162
Monitor-1 Suggestion
Name
Monitor-1
NORAD ID
53374
Alternative Names
SXC3-212, RS32S, MGU
Description
The new instrument, the Combined Radiation Detector (KODIZ) is developed at M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP MSU) and is planned to launch on Monitor-1 cubesat on 09 August 2022. For a long time, such types of detectors as semiconductor detectors, Cherenkov detectors and SiPM detectors have been used as space radiation detectors. KODIZ is designed to register dose rates of cosmic radiation, fluxes of high-energy nuclei, and neutron fluxes on microsatellites such as CubeSats. The instrument is expected to be used to detect the appearance of Solar Energetic Particles fluxes, which may create an additional radiation load onboard aircraft.
image
Satellite image
status
alive
countries
website
https://sputnix.ru/ru/sputniki/na-orbite/monitor-1
launched
Aug. 9, 2022, 8:52 a.m.
deployed
Aug. 9, 2022, midnight