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ASTROCAST-02 is no longer on orbit
ASTROCAST-02 is classified as:

NORAD ID: 44083
Int'l Code: 2019-018F
Launch date: April 1, 2019
Source: (SWTZ)
Launch site: SRIHARIKOTA (SRI)
Decay date: 2023-11-19

Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 437.175/2406.000
Beacon (MHz):
Mode: 1200bps FSK
Call sign: HB9GSF
Status: Reentered

ASTROCAST-02 and ASTROCAST-01 satellites are precursors and In-Orbit-Demonstration mission for Astrocast SA's constellation. Astrocast is a planned network of Nanosatellites providing global L-band machine-to-machine (M2M) services. The satellites are orbiting in a low earth polar orbit. This allows the creation of a global network covering the entire globe, including the poles. Thanks to a dedicated frequency band, the constellation can scale without fear of noise generated by other devices. Astrocast estimates it can build, launch and operate a 64-cubesat constellation for less than $50 million to provide low-data-rate communications. The constellation will consist of eight operational satellites per orbital plane, and eight different orbital planes in sun-synchronous polar orbits.
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