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ARISSAT-1 is no longer on orbit
ARISSAT-1 is classified as:

NORAD ID: 37772
Int'l Code: 1998-067CK
Launch date: November 20, 1998
Source: International Space Station (ISS)
Decay date: 2012-01-04

Uplink (MHz): 435.742-435.758
Downlink (MHz): 145.938-145.922
Beacon (MHz): 145.919
Mode: FM linear/inverting
Call sign:
Status: Reentered

Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 145.950
Beacon (MHz): 145.950
Mode: FM VOICE/SSTV/Telemetry
Call sign:
Status: Reentered

Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 145.918
Beacon (MHz): 145.919
Mode: BPSK-1000/CW
Call sign: RS01S
Status: Reentered

Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 145.939
Beacon (MHz): 145.939
Mode: BPSK-400/CW
Call sign:
Status: Reentered
More information:

ARISSat-1/KEDR is a satellite designed and built by amateur radio operators to specifically interest students in scientific and technological careers. Through the use of ham radio equipment, students and teachers should be able to access and utilize the satellite from a classroom environment with minimal set up. ARISSat-1/KEDR is a cooperative effort between AMSAT, ARISS (Amateur Radio on the International Space Station,) RSC-Energia (The Russian Space Agency) and NASA. The design, development and construction of the satellite was done by AMSAT volunteers. Original plans called for the satellite to be housed inside an old Russian spacesuit, but when the suit became unavailable, a spaceframe was developed to house the radio equipment and solar panels. The new satellite was named ARISSat-1/KEDR. Another name for the spacecraft is RadioSkaf-V. The transmitted callsign will be RS01S. The mission was specifically designed as an education-based satellite. Some of its broadcast features include a voice identification, voice, digital and morse code telemetry, stored image and on-board camera transmissions via Slow Scan TV and digital telemetry from a Russian science experiment that will measure vacuum in earth's lower atmosphere. Other aspects of the mission include CW (Morse code) and voice message contests to interest students in participating along with stored images submitted by students all over the world as part of its payload.
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Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC