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MOVE-IIB


MOVE-IIB is no longer on orbit
MOVE-IIB is classified as:


NORAD ID: 44398
Int'l Code: 2019-038N
Launch date: July 5, 2019
Source: (TBD)
Launch site: VOSTOCHNY COSMODROME (VOSTO)
Decay date: 2023-12-07

Uplink (MHz):
Downlink (MHz): 145.840
Beacon (MHz): 145.840
Mode: 12k5bps BPSK CW
Call sign: DP0MVB
Status: Inactive


MOVE-IIb is the sister satellite of MOVE-II. After the construction of MOVE-II, hardware was left over which had been previously flight qualified. When a chance for a launch presented itself, MOVE-IIb was built with minimal improvements. It flew into space aboard Soyuz in 2019. The satellite carries the same instruments and some marginally improved hardware, and has the same mission as MOVE-II. The MOVE-IIB uplink frequency is 437.80 MHz (same as for MOVE-II). The beacon frequency is 145.840 MHz. The Mode is 12k5bps BPSK CW (same as for MOVE-II) and the callsign is: DP0MVB. The status is active, although due to an anomaly the signal is roughly 15 dB weaker than MOVE-II. Both MOVE-II and MOVE-IIB were build in cooperation between the Chair of Astronautics (LRT) at the Technical University Munich (TUM) and the Scientific Workgroup for Rocketry and Space Flight (WARR), both located in Munich, Germany.
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