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GENESAT is classified as:

NORAD ID: 29655
Int'l Code: 2006-058C
Launch date: December 16, 2006
Source: United States (US)
Decay date: 2010-08-04
Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 437.065/437.100
Beacon (MHz): 437.065
Mode: 1200bps AFSK
Call sign: KE7EGC
Status: Reentered

A collaboration of NASA Ames Research Center, industry, and local universities is developing a fully-automated, miniaturized spaceflight system that provides life support and nutrient delivery, and performs assays for genetic changes E. coli. Flying multiple missions as a secondary payload using this low-cost approach will lead to better understanding of the biological effects of the spaceflight environment, particularly space radiation and reduced gravity, enabling countermeasure development, which is a critical need for safe long-duration crewed space missions and safe space tourism. Of particular interest to the amateur radio satellite community, is the GeneSat-1 beacon. Operating at 437.075 MHz FM, the beacon sends an AX.25 packet at 1200 baud every 5 seconds; the packet contains data about the spacecraft systems operation. The beacon will initiate transmission as soon as the spacecraft is deployed from its carrier on the 4th stage of the launch vehicle.
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