LEMUR 2 REMY-COLTON
Mission information
Name
LEMUR 2 REMY-COLTON
Satellite ID
PMGJ-0058-6293-4803-6097
NORAD ID
43884
Country of Origin

United States of America

Status
Satellite alive
Operational

Satellite is in orbit and operational

Image
LEMUR 2 REMY-COLTON
Description

Lemur-2 is the initial constellation of low-Earth orbiting satellites built by Spire. These satellites carry two payloads for meteorology and ship traffic tracking. Spire satellites, which orbit close to Earth's atmosphere, use the SENSE payload to listen for GPS satellite signals - which are impacted as they pass through Earth's atmosphere. Using a process called GPS radio occultation, Spire measures the change in GPS signal readings to calculate very precise profiles for temperature, pressure, and humidity here on Earth. The STRATOS payload enables tracking ships worldwide by receiving their AIS signals. It also carries an AirSafe ADS-B payload to track airplanes.

Type
Transmitter
Service
Maritime
Downlink Mode
FM
Downlink Frequency
402640000
Type
Transmitter
Downlink Mode
BPSK
Downlink Frequency
400550000
Most Recent Observers

No observations recorded for LEMUR 2 REMY-COLTON

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Orbital Elements
Latest Two-Line Element (TLE)
TLE Source
Space-Track.org
TLE Updated
2023-02-07 00:55:03 UTC
TLE Set
1 43884U 18111J   23037.69237309  .00012227  00000-0  92208-3 0  9991
2 43884 97.6547 307.7235 0001260 162.8081 197.3187 15.02592128222938
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