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MINXSS is no longer on orbit
MINXSS is classified as:

NORAD ID: 41474
Int'l Code: 1998-067HU
Perigee: N/A
Apogee: N/A
Inclination: N/A
Period: N/A
Semi major axis: N/A
Launch date: November 20, 1998
Source: United States (US)
Decay date: 2017-05-05
Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 437.350
Beacon (MHz): 437.347
Mode: 9600bps GMSK
Call sign: MINXSS
Status: Reentered

MINXSS (The Miniature X-ray Solar Spectrometer) is a 4-year, ~$1 million project to design, build, integrate, test, and operate a 34cm x 10cm x 10cm satellite. Specifically, the intensity of the soft x-ray spectrum from 0.4 keV (30 Å) to 30 keV (0.4 Å) will be measured, with resolution of ~0.15 keV full-width half-max. This region is of particular interest for observations of solar flares and active regions. The MinXSS project heavily involves its graduate student team members with scientists and engineers at the University of Colorado, Boulder and the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP). Over 40 graduate students, 3 undergraduate students, and one high school student have worked on MinXSS.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 41474U 98067HU  17125.52237589  .05724416  12300-4  86147-3 0  9995
2 41474 051.6449 208.6967 0008167 329.0747 030.9230 16.33400422055623
Source of the keplerian elements: AMSAT