INSPIRESat-1
Mission information
Name
INSPIRESat-1
Alternate Names
IS1
Satellite ID
KAEG-9794-2542-4829-8548
NORAD ID
51657
Website
https://lasp.colorado.edu/home/inspire/
Countries of Origin

India

Taiwan

United States of America

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
INSPIRESat-1
Mission timeline
Launch Date
2022-02-13T00:00:00+00:00
Deploy Date
2022-02-13T00:00:00+00:00
Description

The INSPIRESat-1 is a nanosatellite from the International Space Program In Research and Education (INSPIRE). INSPIRE aims to promote cultural exchanges through international collaborative space science and spacecraft engineering projects. It consists of 2 Payloads:

  1. Compact Ionospheric Probe (CIP): To improve the understanding of Ionosphere dynamics through observations of ion temperature, composition, density, and velocity developed by National Central University of Taiwan
  2. Dual Aperture X-ray Solar Spectrometer (DAXSS): To improve our understanding of the sun’s coronal heating processes by measuring the Soft X-Ray spectrum of the sun developed by LASP at University of Colorado at Boulder.
Mode U - GFSK 9k6 AX.25
Type
Transmitter
Downlink Mode
GFSK
Downlink Frequency
437500000
Baud
9600
IARU Coordination
IARU Uncoordinated
Most Recent Observers (last 24h)
Observer Latest Data
EU1AEM-KO33nv 2024-07-12 06:37:20 UTC
M7RED-KO96ce 2024-07-12 05:02:49 UTC
Data Frames Decoded - 30 Days
There is no decoded data for this satellite in the last 30 days.
Decoder: Inspiresat1
Script Name
inspiresat1
Decoder Fields
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Orbital Elements
Latest Two-Line Element (TLE)
TLE Source
Celestrak (SatNOGS)
TLE Updated
2024-07-11 21:14:28 UTC
TLE Set
1 51657U 22013B   24193.53080343  .00015605  00000+0  59435-3 0  9992
2 51657 97.5267 210.5544 0010737 86.7446 273.5021 15.26761894133271
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