PION-BR1
Mission information
Name
PION-BR1
Satellite ID
XFUZ-1764-8193-2469-0260
NORAD ID
99480
Website
http://www.pionlabs.com.br/pion-br1
Country of Origin

Brazil

Status
Satellite alive
Operational

Satellite is in orbit and operational

Image
PION-BR1
Mission timeline
Launch Date
2022-01-13T15:25:00+00:00
Description

PION-BR1 is an amateur combined with education mission with the aim to promote access to space technologies to students and interaction between students and the radioamateur community. The primary mission will be a digital store-and-forward messaging experiment using the NGHam protocol. Details about the experiment will be provided at the project web site on www.pionlabs.com.br/pion-br1. In order to support classroom and STEM activities, the project will also:

Evaluate the attitude of a pocketqube in a space environment; Evaluate the temperature environment the satellite is inserted in; Perform data collection of a magnetorquer experiment.

Mode U - GFSK1k2 NGHam
Type
Transmitter
Service
Amateur
Downlink Mode
GFSK
Downlink Frequency
437300000
Baud
1200
IARU Coordination
IARU Coordinated
Most Recent Observers
Observer Latest Data
ZL2MST-RE79ub 2022-01-24 10:54:24 UTC
Data Frames Decoded - 30 Days
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Orbital Elements
Latest Two-Line Element (TLE)
TLE Source
Space-Track.org
TLE Set
1 50984U 22002A   22143.45361519  .00030062  00000-0  14857-2 0  9996
2 50984 97.4874 211.3495 0014736 141.3797 218.8493 15.17699673 19666
PION-BR1 Suggestion
Name
PION-BR1
NORAD ID
99480
Followed NORAD ID
50984
Description
PION-BR1 is an amateur combined with education mission with the aim to promote access to space technologies to students and interaction between students and the radioamateur community. The primary mission will be a digital store-and-forward messaging experiment using the NGHam protocol. Details about the experiment will be provided at the project web site on www.pionlabs.com.br/pion-br1. In order to support classroom and STEM activities, the project will also: Evaluate the attitude of a pocketqube in a space environment; Evaluate the temperature environment the satellite is inserted in; Perform data collection of a magnetorquer experiment.
image
Satellite image
status
dead
countries
website
http://www.pionlabs.com.br/pion-br1
launched
Jan. 13, 2022, 3:25 p.m.