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!!! 161012 Operation continues
AAUSAT4 is still operated from Aalborg. We use our antenna system located in Thule, Greenland and operate it from Aalborg. Actually we can do it from any location where we can get internet access to our Ground server at AAU.
June 29, 2016, at 06:44 PM EST by 172.26.13.224 - Fjern info om at vi opdaterer hver dag
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This (main page) is now our live log. For more info see in menu on right
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This (main page) is now our live log. For more info see in menu on right.
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We have now passed 9 days in space and all in all things are progressing nicely.

So we will not update this page for every single pass but try - at least - to update with a summary every day. If something unsual happens we will ofcourse update here.
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We would like to thank all the radio amateurs around the world who have listened for AAUSAT4 beacons and helped verify our satellite is alive and well. We've therefore made a map featuring the location, callsign, date and time of receival.
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We would like to thank all the radio amateurs around the world who have listened for AAUSAT4 beacons and helped verify our satellite is alive and well. We've therefore made a map featuring the location, callsign, date and time of receival based on all the messages we got from HAM listeners.
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!!! 160511 Map of AAUSAT4 listeners
We would like to thank all the radio amateurs around the world who have listened for AAUSAT4 beacons and helped verify our satellite is alive and well. We've therefore made a map featuring the location, callsign, date and time of receival.
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So 2016-025E is now known as AAUSAT 4.
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So 2016-025E is now known as AAUSAT 4(norad id #41460)
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Log from a pass today - we got 18900 bytes down of raw AIS sample data
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Log from a pass today - we got 18900 bytes down of raw AIS sample data in one pass
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!!! 160506 1 MByte download of data
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!!! 160507 1 MByte download of data
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Log from a pass today - we got 18900 bytes down of raw AIS sample data

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[2016-05-07 12:30:39.3] Beacon received: 8000mV 23C
[2016-05-07 12:30:39.3] Beacon OK. Start of download
[2016-05-07 12:30:39.7] Starting data download
[2016-05-07 12:32:19.3] BTP client exited
[2016-05-07 12:32:19.3] 18900 bytes of raw sample downloaded. Size of 0c.i file is now 1026760 bytes
[2016-05-07 12:32:19.4] No response on beacon. Download finish for this pass
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We have now passed 3 days in space and all in all things are progressing nicely.
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We have now passed 9 days in space and all in all things are progressing nicely.
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!!! 160506 1 MByte download of data
We have now retrieved more than 1 Mbyte data from space.

At one pass we can download up to 20kbyte. This number might look relatively low, but we prefer to use our FEC protocols which gives a high robustness for bit errors, and it costs more than 50% of the bandwidth. We can bypass this but we prefer not to do that.
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Pleas note that TLE's are updated on regulary basis due to small changes in teh orbit (drag ,...)
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Pleas note that TLE's are updated on regulary basis due to small changes in the orbit (drag ,...)
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We are
now known as AAUSAT 4. But we our name is ... AAUSAT4 :-)
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So 2016-025E is now known as AAUSAT 4.

Below is the TLEs for us and the two other cubesats on the same launch.

Pleas note that TLE's are updated on regulary basis due to small changes in teh orbit (drag ,...
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We are now known as AAUSAT 4. But we our name is ... AAUSAT4 :-)
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!!! 160505 We have now got our official TLE
A TLE is an orbit descripton which is used for calculating pointing with our antennas.

We are now known as AAUSAT 4.

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1 41458U 16025C 16127.01661768 .00003160 00000-0 18358-3 0 9996
2 41458 98.2194 135.0834 0176157 208.1947 150.9644 15.00775304 1450

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1 41459U 16025D 16127.21651130 .00002758 00000-0 16093-3 0 9997
2 41459 98.2201 135.2953 0175977 207.5293 151.6516 15.00792552 1483

AAUSAT 4
1 41460U 16025E 16127.48314411 .00004655 00000-0 26762-3 0 9998
2 41460 98.2168 135.5780 0176122 206.5937 152.6167 15.00821374 1528
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As subject states - all is ok. Below is a plot of battery voltage and charging for the first nine days. As you can see voltage is rock stable :-)
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As subject states - all is ok. Below is a plot of battery voltage and charging for the first nine days. As you can see voltage is rock stable :-) (it's the red crosses. Please ad 7000 mV to get correct voltage.
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As subject states - all is ok
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As subject states - all is ok. Below is a plot of battery voltage and charging for the first nine days. As you can see voltage is rock stable :-)
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As subject states - all is ok
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Wondering why data is missing around day 7: Well - We took a day off and after 48 hours of no uplink AAUSAT4 did revert to 2400 baud which is part of our onboard safety system. And as we were on the beach :-/ our ground station was still at 9600 baud. Thats why. So the procedure was: configure ground to 2400 baud, tell AAUSAT4 to change to 9600 baud, and finally set ground to 9600 baud again.
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%rfloat width=650px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:aa2.png | The plot shows battery voltage and charging (add 7000mV to the read battery voltage)
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%rfloat width=650px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:aa2.png | The plot shows battery voltage and charging (add 7000mV to the read battery voltage) - rock stable
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The first ten days in space is comming closer now. Are space craft is in good condition and all is working. It is no secret that our AIS receiver has not shown some correct received AIS messages up until now. So we are in the process getting raw IQ sampling (approx 750kHz samplings frequency) down from space (we have now 0.5MB down). The idea is to fine tune the AIS receiver when we get a closer look on the raw data.
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The first ten days in space is comming closer now. Are space craft is in good condition and all is working.

AAUSAT4 has been running stable without any reboot and we are running 9600 baud smoothly.

All logs etc are pulled down on reggulary basis.

It is no secret that our AIS receiver has not shown some correct received AIS messages up until now. So we are in the process getting raw IQ sampling (approx 750kHz samplings frequency) down from space (we have now 0.5MB down). The idea is to fine tune the AIS receiver when we get a closer look on the raw data.
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The first ten days in space is comng closer now. Are space craft is in good condition and all is working. It is no secret that our AIS receiver has not shown some correct received AIS messages up until now. So we are in the process getting raw IQ sampling (approx 750kHz samplings frequency) down from space (we have now 0.5MB down). The idea is to fine tune the AIS receiver when we get a closer look on the raw data.
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The first ten days in space is comming closer now. Are space craft is in good condition and all is working. It is no secret that our AIS receiver has not shown some correct received AIS messages up until now. So we are in the process getting raw IQ sampling (approx 750kHz samplings frequency) down from space (we have now 0.5MB down). The idea is to fine tune the AIS receiver when we get a closer look on the raw data.
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%rfloat width=600px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:aa2.png | The plot shows battery voltage and charging (add 7000mV to the read battery voltage)
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%rfloat width=650px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:aa2.png | The plot shows battery voltage and charging (add 7000mV to the read battery voltage)
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The first ten days in space is comng closer now. Are space craft is in good condition and all is working. It is no secret that our AIS receiver has not shown some correct received AIS messages up until now. So we are in the process getting raw IQ sampling (approx 750kHz samplings frequency) down from space (we have now 0.5MB down). The idea is to fine tune the AIS receiver when we get a closer look on the raw data.


stay tuned
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!!! 160401 22:30 Status for the first days
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!!! 160505 status - all is ok
%rfloat width=600px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:aa2.png | The plot shows battery voltage and charging (add 7000mV to the read battery voltage)
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!!! 160501
22:30 Status for the first days
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Testing has slowly started on our AIS receivers and we are downloading the first raw samples from spacefor analysis on ground.

We are not downloadning over Europe these day to give e-st@r-2 radio silence to communicate without any possible interference from us. So this has of course a sligth impact on our down load bandwidth. But it is worth it.
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Testing has slowly started on our AIS receivers and we are downloading the first raw samples from space for analysis on ground.

We are not downloadning over Europe these day to give e-st@r-2 radio silence to communicate without any possible interference from us. So this has of course a sligth impact on our down load bandwidth. But it is worth it for all of us.
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!!! 160101 22:30 Status for the first days
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!!! 160401 22:30 Status for the first days
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We are not downloadning over Europe these day to give e-st@r-2 a possiblity to communicate without any possible interference from us. So this has of course a sligth impact on our down load bandwidth. But it is worth it.
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We are not downloadning over Europe these day to give e-st@r-2 radio silence to communicate without any possible interference from us. So this has of course a sligth impact on our down load bandwidth. But it is worth it.
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!!! 160101 22:30 Status for the first days
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* Detumbling works. It is now estimated to less than 5 degress a second which is in the region of what we can expect from our sensors.
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160101 22:30 Status for the first days
AAUSAT4 has had very nice start on life i orbit
* Full two way communication
** 2400 - 9600 baud with Fail Error Corrective protocols - just rocks :-)
** EPS maintaining battery voltage with plus-minus less than 100 milli Volts
* Log system on board works
* Got all log data down
* Thule Greenland up and running
** The winter has been tough to the elevation onthe rotor so it is for the time being fixated to 10 deegrees. But we get data down :-)

Testing has slowly started on our AIS receivers and we are downloading the first raw samples from spacefor analysis on ground.

We are not downloadning over Europe these day to give e-st@r-2 a possiblity to communicate without any possible interference from us. So this has of course a sligth impact on our down load bandwidth. But it is worth it.

stay tuned
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Another nice ESA FYS video

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ESA video from launch
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Enjoy the ESA video from launch
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Just before launch
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[[Attach:upload/1604_025_AR_EN.mp4 | launch (C) ESA ]]

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! ABOUT THIS OAGE
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! ABOUT THIS PAGE
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We are running af combinatino of Viterbi an RS forward error correction which can handle more than 10% or even more errors in the link.
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We are running af combination of Viterbi an RS forward error correction which can handle more than 10% or even more errors in the link.

We have reverted to 2400 baud - just to be safe - up in space :-)
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!!! 160428 23:39 9600 baud at Greenland :-)
At the 23:39 pass conducted from Greenland 9600 baud GMSK modulation was tested with success.

Until now AAUSAT4 has been running 2400 baud so stepping up to 9600 is increasing downlink capabilities with a factor 4 !!!

We will the following days do a more detailed investigation of link speed and error level at the communication channel.

We are running af combinatino of Viterbi an RS forward error correction which can handle more than 10% or even more errors in the link.


Stay tuned
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! PASS LOG
This
(main page) is now pass log. For more info see in menu on right

!!! 160427 12:19 About this blog
We have now passed 37 hours
in space and all in all things are progressing nicely.

So we will not update this page for every pass but try
- at least - to update with a summary every day. If something unsual happens we will ofcourse update here.
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! ABOUT THIS OAGE
This
(main page) is now our live log. For more info see in menu on right

We have now passed 3 days in space and all
in all things are progressing nicely.

So we will not update this page for every single pass but try - at least
- to update with a summary every day. If something unsual happens we will ofcourse update here.
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%rfloat width=600px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:sat_vel.png | The plot shows the initial tumble rate to the left and the resulting to the right. It should be noted that the data sequence represents two individual time intervals.
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%rfloat width=600px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:sat_vel.png | The plot shows the initial tumble rate to the left and the resulting to the right. It should be noted that the data sequence represents two individual time intervals and is sampled with 1/10 Hz.
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!!! 160428 17:00 Aalborg Pass
We were able to retrieve a load of telemetry data from the start of mission until now. The following screenshot shows the initial change in Earth magnetic field, observed by the satellite and the resulting change after the de-tumbling.
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!!! 160428 17:00
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!!! 160428 13:00 Beatifull webpages from:
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!!! 160428 13:00 Nice webpages from:
We are getting lot a positive feedback from all round the world. Thanks.

We will next week try to do a follow up on these. Until now here is a few links.
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EA4GPZ has also a very nice image of our CW(Morse) beacon
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EA4GPZ has also a very nice image of our CW(Morse) beacon. We say thanks a lot to hi and all others helping us.
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EA4GPZ has also a very nice image of our CW(Morse) beacon

%rfloat width=300px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:cwbeacon.png | Our CW beacon (C) EA4GPZ


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- EA4GPZ(Spain) See [[http://destevez.net/2016/04/first-signals-from-aausat-4/]]
- DK3WN (Germany)See [[http://www.dk3wn.info/p/?p=71344]]
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* EA4GPZ(Spain) See [[http://destevez.net/2016/04/first-signals-from-aausat-4/]]
* DK3WN (Germany)See [[http://www.dk3wn.info/p/?p=71344]]
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!!! 160428 13:00 Beatifull webpages from:
- EA4GPZ(Spain) See [[http://destevez.net/2016/04/first-signals-from-aausat-4/]]
- DK3WN (Germany)See [[http://www.dk3wn.info/p/?p=71344]]
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Here is a small movie from the days of AAUSAT-II. Enjoy it :-)
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!!! 160428 08:00 Happy birthday AAUSAT-II
Today AAUSAT-II celebrates its eight years birthsday.

Congrats from AAUSAT5 team

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The orange "boxes" are packages from AAUSAT4 to our ground station in Aalborg. So you can see we ar getting lot of data from space :-)
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We've left the de-tumbling algorithm running, and we will try to estimate the tumbling rate again tomorrow, hoping to see that it has slowed down.
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We've left the de-tumbling algorithm running, and we will try to estimate the tumbling rate again tomorrow, hoping to see that it has slowed further down.

!!! 160427 18:11 Nice waterfall from PE0SAT
%rfloat width=300px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:pe0sat1.png | Waterfall plot from PE0SAT.

The image shows radio communication for a pass. Starting from left and ending on right side.

You can see the Doppler shift for the radio due to the high velocity of AAUSAT4 (7.7 km/sec). When AAUSAT4 is approaching the frequency is high (left side) and the frequency gradually falls especially when passing and ends low on right side where AAUSAT4 finally goes behind the horizon.
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!!! 160427 18:35 Decreasing tumbling rate
We had a very good pass over Aalborg and Thule.

We have re-calibrated the ADCS and it seems like the tumbling rate is decreasing (picture is coming soon).
We are looking forward to see how it looks tomorrow.
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April 27, 2016, at 12:58 PM EST by 192.198.151.43 - Fix typo
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It is for object 2016-025C. There is no identification of AAUSAT4 but the objects 2016-025b/025C/025D are very close to each other. Times are in UTC, add two hours to get dansih local time (CEST).
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It is for object 2016-025C. There is no identification of AAUSAT4 but the objects 2016-025b/025C/025D are very close to each other. Times are in UTC, add two hours to get danish local time (CEST).
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It is for object 2016-025C. There is no identification of AAUSAT4 but the objects 2016-025b/025C/025D are very close to each other.
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It is for object 2016-025C. There is no identification of AAUSAT4 but the objects 2016-025b/025C/025D are very close to each other. Times are in UTC, add two hours to get dansih local time (CEST).
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It is for object 2016-025C. There is no identification of AAUSAT4 but the objects 2016-025b/025C/025D are very close to each other.
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!!! 160427 Passes the coming days

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Observer: aalborg,
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2016/04/27 13:25:46 2016/04/27 13:30:09 2016/04/27 13:34:33 00:08:46 6.59 72.90 352.96
2016/04/27 14:57:22 2016/04/27 15:03:37 2016/04/27 15:09:53 00:12:31 23.20 119.12 349.35
2016/04/27 16:31:11 2016/04/27 16:38:08 2016/04/27 16:45:04 00:13:53 81.01 164.71 343.89
2016/04/27 18:07:48 2016/04/27 18:13:47 2016/04/27 18:19:46 00:11:57 16.17 214.15 334.39
2016/04/28 04:03:08 2016/04/28 04:07:54 2016/04/28 04:12:39 00:09:31 8.66 30.83 127.18
2016/04/28 05:37:26 2016/04/28 05:43:50 2016/04/28 05:50:14 00:12:48 49.98 18.05 182.87
2016/04/28 07:12:31 2016/04/28 07:18:38 2016/04/28 07:24:45 00:12:13 28.85 11.55 231.45
2016/04/28 08:47:50 2016/04/28 08:52:22 2016/04/28 08:56:54 00:09:04 7.90 7.37 279.53
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!!! 160427 12:19 About this blog
We have now passed 37 hours in space and all in all things are progressing nicely.

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!!! 160426 First day in space
The first day in space has been very exiting.

* AAUSAT4 is in nice condition
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* We have downloadet all house keeping, logs etc
** Charging, batteries etc seems ok
* We have been able to communicate with 5W in uplink.
* Running 2400 baud up and downlink
* Observed a stable rotation approx 90 degrees/second

So we are happy - very happy

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!!! 160426 15:42 First evening pass
Long pass - intersection between Aalborg and Thule footprint :)

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UPDATE 25 April at 10:30 CEST: Activities are underway in Kourou to replace the inertial unit of Soyuz VS14 that was affected by an outage during yesterday's launch countdown. The result of a new technical review is expected around 13:30 CEST/11:30 UTC.

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Activities are underway in Kourou to replace the inertial unit of Soyuz VS14
that was affected by an outage during yesterday's launch countdown.
The result of a new technical review is expected around 13:30 CEST/11:30 UTC.

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UPDATE 25 April at 10:30 CEST: Activities are underway in Kourou to replace the inertial unit of Soyuz VS14 that was affected by an outage during yesterday's launch countdown. The result of a new technical review is expected around 13:30 CEST/11:30 UTC.

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!! 160424 22:28 Launch postponed III
Launch is postponed at leasr 24 hours.

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Updated TLE based on todays expected launch
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1 00001U 00001A 16115.99330001 .00000000 00000-0 00000-0 0 0015
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!! 160424 19:45 GREEN LIGHT
No changes in situation. Launch are coming closer.

stay tuned
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!! 160424 18:30 GREEN LIGHT FOR LAUNCH !
Fuleling og the Soyuz rocket has startet.

stay tuned
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!! 160424 18:02 Count down ongoing
Last news from Kourou is that countdown is ongoing so with a little luck there is now 5 hours to launch.

stay tuned
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** lift off 21:02:13 UTC (23:02:13 danish summer time)
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!! 160423 20:47 Launch delayed
Due to weather conditions the launch is delayed another 24 hours.
Next attempt is Sunday 24. April

See ESA's offical statement [[http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Observing_the_Earth/Copernicus/Sentinel-1/Sentinel-1B_liftoff_delayed_another_24_hours | here ]]

Stay tuned

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Launch is delayed 24 hours so people ask: what about new TLE.

Well - The 22. April TLE differs only in rough numbers 1/365 degree from the 23. April
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We are communicating at UHF band with an openening angle on antennas of maybe 20 degrees - so it should give no problem using yesterdays TLE.

We will ofcourseupdate the TLE when we got a new one. It is safe and enough accurate to use the 160422-launch-tle. The error is less than one degree.

Stay tuned
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Time Satellite Azm Elv Mag Range S.Azm S.Elv
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2016-04-24 04:02:08 AAUSAT4 29.4 0.0 ? 3015 67.2 1.0
2016-04-24 04:07:17 AAUSAT4 79.3 9.0 ? 2048 68.3 1.6
2016-04-24 04:12:11 AAUSAT4 129.8 0.0 ? 2847 69.3 2.1

2016-04-24 05:36:26 AAUSAT4 17.8 0.0 ? 3027 86.7 13.1
2016-04-24 05:43:14 AAUSAT4 100.4 52.3 ? 760 88.1 14.0
2016-04-24 05:49:33 AAUSAT4 183.8 0.0 ? 2818 89.4 14.9

2016-04-24 07:11:25 AAUSAT4 11.8 0.0 ? 3037 107.3 25.8
2016-04-24 07:17:51 AAUSAT4 302.3 28.6 ? 1153 108.7 26.7
2016-04-24 07:23:54 AAUSAT4 231.4 0.0 ? 2842 110.2 27.4
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See also [[http://esa.int/Education/CubeSats_-_Fly_Your_Satellite| ESA Educations homepage]]
!! 160423 10:34 New TLE ?
We will update the TLE when we got a new one. It is safe and enough accurate to use the 160422-launch-tle. The error is less than one degree.

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AAUSAT4
1 00001U 00001A 16113.99330000 .00000000 00000-0 00000-0 0 0012
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!! 160422 17:30 Launching a barbecue session outside MCC
We all needed some real food bef launch
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Just 13 hours to launch.
We are very honoured to have help from our friends around in Europe
* [[http://www.dk3wn.info | Mike Rupprecht]], Germany (DK3WN)
* [[http://www.pe0sat.vgnet.nl/ | Jan v Gills ]], The Netherlands(pe0sat)
* Lars Mehnen, Austria ((OE3HWM)
* Omar Frits Eriksson, Denmark (OZ3CC)

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!! 160418 Setup for the first days
Our grund station in Aalborg will be on duty :-) and Mike Rupprecht (DK3WN) in Germany has volountered to continue as ground station with our bluebox and MCC client. We are honoured that he will be part of the crew as for AAUSAT5.
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. Start of first pass

!! 160418 Orbit insertion for AAUSAT4
Below you can see where AAUSAT4 will be released from the launch vehicle. It happens 23
:50 UTC which is 01:50 european summertime.

%rfloat width=580px padding=4px border
='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/insertion.png | Orbit insertion of AAUSAT4 23:50 CEST.
to:
. Start of first pass - 04:02 UTC which is 06:20 local(danish) time
. Top point at first pass - only 9 degrees above horizon at 04
:07 UTC = 06:07 morning time

Second pass starts at 05:36 UTC
= 07:36 local time (CEST)

. Top
of pass at 05:43 UTC(07:53 danish time) and is 52 degress above horzion

First pass is low so the distance to AASAUT is long
. Next pass is a nice pass with good conditions for radio contact.

Stay tuned :-)

%rfloat width=580px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/fp01.png | Very first time we can see AAUSAT4 from Aalborg at 06:02 local time

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%rfloat width=580px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/fp02.png | Highest elevation of first pass at only 9 degrees at 06:07 local time

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%rfloat width=580px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/fp01.png | Highest point at second pass at 07:43 local time. AAUSAT4 is close to Aalborg and can be seen 52 degrees above horizon

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to:
!! 160418 The first passes
We have simulated location of AAUSAT4 for the first passes with Orbitron.

Below is three pictures

. Start of first pass
Changed line 17 from:
Below you can see where AAUSAT4 will be released from the launch vehicle. It happens 23:50 european summer time.
to:
Below you can see where AAUSAT4 will be released from the launch vehicle. It happens 23:50 UTC which is 01:50 european summertime.
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%rfloat width=520px
padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/insertion.png | Orbit insertion of AAUSAT4 23:50 CEST.
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Below you can see where AAUSAT4 will be released from the launch vehicle. It happens 23:50 european summer time.

%rfloat width=580px
padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/insertion.png | Orbit insertion of AAUSAT4 23:50 CEST.
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%rfloat width=520px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/insertion.png | Orbit insertion of AAUSAT4 23:50 CEST.
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!! 160418 Orbit insertion for AAUSAT4

%rfloat width=320px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/insertion.png | Orbit insertion of AAUSAT4 23:50 CEST.

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April 17, 2016, at 11:39 PM EST by 176.23.104.164 -
Changed lines 41-43 from:
* starts at 00:42 UTC (2:42 European summertime) and comes from 27.4 degrees (NO)
* is at top point at 00:44 (2:44) still at a low angle above horizon of 9.2 degrees
* end of pass 00:47(2:47) leaving 350 degrees NNW
to:
* starts at 04:02 UTC (6:02 Central European Summer Time) and comes from 29.4 degrees (NE)
* is at top point at 04:07 (6:44) still at a low angle above horizon of 9.0 degrees
* end of pass 04:12 (6:12) leaving 130 degrees (SE)
April 17, 2016, at 11:16 PM EST by 176.23.104.164 -
Changed lines 51-54 from:
AAUSAT-4
1 00001U 00001A 16113.99305600 .00000000 00000-0 00000-0 0 0010
2 00001 98.2172 314.6194 0152400 241.4610 358.4169 15.02516156 00019
to:
AAUSAT4
1 00001U 00001A 16113.99330000 .00000000 00000-0 00000-0 0 0012
2 00001 98.2172 121.5194 0152400 241.4610 358.4169 15.02516156 00014
Changed line 57 from:
Location : AAU (9.9875° E, 57.0138° N)
to:
Location : Aalborg (9.9141 E, 57.0516 N)
Changed lines 60-61 from:
2016-04-25 23:59:59
to:
2016-04-25 00:00:00
Changed lines 64-192 from:
2016-04-23 00:42:42 AAUSAT-4 27.4 0.0 ? 3074 21.7 -18.2
2016-04-23 00:44:50 AAUSAT-4 9.2 1.1 ? 2926 22.2 -18.1
2016-04-23 00:46:57 AAUSAT-4 350.9 0.0 ? 3047 22.8 -18.0

2016-04-23 02:12:59 AAUSAT-4 71.9 0.0 ? 3074 43.4 -11.6
2016-04-23 02:17:24 AAUSAT-4 32.0 6.0 ? 2429 44.5 -11.2
2016-04-23 02:21:47 AAUSAT-4 352.2 0.0 ? 3056 45.5 -10.8

2016-04-23 03:44:28 AAUSAT-4 117.8 0.0 ? 3049 63.5 -1.6
2016-04-23 03:50:43 AAUSAT-4 53.3 21.6 ? 1473 64.9 -0.8
2016-04-23 03:56:58 AAUSAT-4 349.2 0.0 ? 3059 66.2 0.4

2016-04-23 05:18:08 AAUSAT-4 163.1 0.1 ? 3023 83.0 10.7
2016-04-23 05:25:02 AAUSAT-4 250.3 85.3 ? 676 84.4 11.6
2016-04-23 05:32:03 AAUSAT-4 344.2 0.0 ? 3065 85.9 12.5

2016-04-23 06:54:30 AAUSAT-4 212.0 0.0 ? 3032 103.5 23.7
2016-04-23 07:00:33 AAUSAT-4 273.7 16.5 ? 1702 104.8 24.5
2016-04-23 07:06:40 AAUSAT-4 335.3 0.0 ? 3067 106.2 25.3

2016-04-23 16:49:10 AAUSAT-4 30.7 0.0 ? 3004 271.0 14.7
2016-04-23 16:54:05 AAUSAT-4 78.0 7.9 ? 2129 272.1 14.1
2016-04-23 16:58:47 AAUSAT-4 125.9 0.0 ? 2841 273.0 13.4

2016-04-23 18:23:22 AAUSAT-4 18.2 0.0 ? 3021 290.5 2.4
2016-04-23 18:30:07 AAUSAT-4 99.2 47.0 ? 809 291.9 1.6
2016-04-23 18:36:23 AAUSAT-4 181.0 0.0 ? 2807 293.2 0.9

2016-04-23 19:58:19 AAUSAT-4 12.0 0.0 ? 3036 310.9 -8.9
2016-04-23 20:04:49 AAUSAT-4 300.8 30.8 ? 1091 312.4 -9.5
2016-04-23 20:10:53 AAUSAT-4 228.8 0.0 ? 2833 313.8 -10.1

2016-04-23 21:33:30 AAUSAT-4 8.2 0.0 ? 3038 333.3 -16.8
2016-04-23 21:38:22 AAUSAT-4 322.5 8.3 ? 2144 334.5 -17.1
2016-04-23 21:43:04 AAUSAT-4 276.0 0.0 ? 2904 335.7 -17.4

2016-04-23 23:08:31 AAUSAT-4 7.5 0.0 ? 3049 357.5 -20.0
2016-04-23 23:11:05 AAUSAT-4 345.2 1.6 ? 2820 358.2 -20.0
2016-04-23 23:13:36 AAUSAT-4 322.8 0.0 ? 2991 358.8 -20.1

2016-04-24 00:41:20 AAUSAT-4 26.4 0.0 ? 3069 21.3 -18.0
2016-04-24 00:43:23 AAUSAT-4 8.9 1.0 ? 2928 21.8 -17.8
2016-04-24 00:45:26 AAUSAT-4 351.1 0.0 ? 3039 22.3 -17.7

2016-04-24 02:11:35 AAUSAT-4 71.0 0.0 ? 3075 43.0 -11.4
2016-04-24 02:15:56 AAUSAT-4 31.9 5.8 ? 2442 44.0 -11.0
2016-04-24 02:20:16 AAUSAT-4 352.4 0.0 ? 3047 45.0 -10.6

2016-04-24 03:43:01 AAUSAT-4 117.0 0.0 ? 3056 63.1 -1.5
2016-04-24 03:49:15 AAUSAT-4 53.0 21.1 ? 1493 64.4 -0.7
2016-04-24 03:55:28 AAUSAT-4 349.3 0.0 ? 3053 65.7 0.5

2016-04-24 05:16:38 AAUSAT-4 162.3 0.0 ? 3032 82.5 10.8
2016-04-24 05:23:34 AAUSAT-4 257.7 87.7 ? 675 83.9 11.7
2016-04-24 05:30:33 AAUSAT-4 344.3 0.0 ? 3056 85.4 12.6

2016-04-24 06:52:57 AAUSAT-4 211.0 0.0 ? 3036 103.0 23.8
2016-04-24 06:59:02 AAUSAT-4 273.1 17.1 ? 1676 104.3 24.6
2016-04-24 07:05:12 AAUSAT-4 335.5 0.0 ? 3066 105.7 25.4

2016-04-24 08:35:14 AAUSAT-4 289.4 0.0 ? 3077 128.0 36.3
2016-04-24 08:35:52 AAUSAT-4 294.7 0.1 ? 3067 128.2 36.3
2016-04-24 08:36:31 AAUSAT-4 300.2 0.0 ? 3078 128.3 36.4

2016-04-24 16:47:44 AAUSAT-4 31.3 0.0 ? 2995 271.0 15.2
2016-04-24 16:52:33 AAUSAT-4 77.5 7.5 ? 2153 272.0 14.5
2016-04-24 16:57:09 AAUSAT-4 124.5 0.0 ? 2831 272.9 13.9

2016-04-24 18:21:54 AAUSAT-4 18.4 0.0 ? 3012 290.4 2.9
2016-04-24 18:28:37 AAUSAT-4 99.0 45.1 ? 823 291.8 2.1
2016-04-24 18:34:50 AAUSAT-4 180.0 0.0 ? 2794 293.1 1.3

2016-04-24 19:56:51 AAUSAT-4 12.1 0.0 ? 3026 310.8 -8.5
2016-04-24 20:03:20 AAUSAT-4 300.6 31.4 ? 1067 312.2 -9.1
2016-04-24 20:09:23 AAUSAT-4 228.0 0.0 ? 2819 313.6 -9.7

2016-04-24 21:32:02 AAUSAT-4 8.2 0.0 ? 3030 333.1 -16.4
2016-04-24 21:36:54 AAUSAT-4 322.2 8.4 ? 2125 334.3 -16.7
2016-04-24 21:41:36 AAUSAT-4 275.4 0.0 ? 2889 335.4 -17.0

2016-04-24 23:07:05 AAUSAT-4 7.1 0.0 ? 3040 357.2 -19.7
2016-04-24 23:09:38 AAUSAT-4 344.8 1.6 ? 2811 357.8 -19.7
2016-04-24 23:12:09 AAUSAT-4 322.4 0.0 ? 2981 358.5 -19.7

2016-04-25 00:39:58 AAUSAT-4 25.5 0.0 ? 3063 20.9 -17.7
2016-04-25 00:41:57 AAUSAT-4 8.4 0.9 ? 2931 21.4 -17.6
2016-04-25 00:43:54 AAUSAT-4 351.5 0.0 ? 3030 21.9 -17.5

2016-04-25 02:10:11 AAUSAT-4 70.2 0.0 ? 3076 42.6 -11.2
2016-04-25 02:14:29 AAUSAT-4 31.5 5.6 ? 2455 43.6 -10.8
2016-04-25 02:18:45 AAUSAT-4 352.6 0.0 ? 3038 44.6 -10.4

2016-04-25 03:41:35 AAUSAT-4 116.1 0.0 ? 3057 62.7 -1.3
2016-04-25 03:47:47 AAUSAT-4 52.8 20.6 ? 1513 64.0 -0.6
2016-04-25 03:53:57 AAUSAT-4 349.5 0.0 ? 3041 65.3 0.6

2016-04-25 05:15:08 AAUSAT-4 161.4 0.0 ? 3042 82.1 10.8
2016-04-25 05:22:05 AAUSAT-4 80.5 89.8 ? 674 83.5 11.8
2016-04-25 05:29:03 AAUSAT-4 344.4 0.0 ? 3048 84.9 12.7

2016-04-25 06:51:24 AAUSAT-4 209.9 0.0 ? 3041 102.5 23.8
2016-04-25 06:57:32 AAUSAT-4 272.7 17.6 ? 1650 103.9 24.7
2016-04-25 07:03:43 AAUSAT-4 335.7 0.0 ? 3059 105.3 25.5

2016-04-25 08:33:11 AAUSAT-4 284.5 0.0 ? 3076 127.3 36.4
2016-04-25 08:34:20 AAUSAT-4 294.3 0.3 ? 3042 127.6 36.5
2016-04-25 08:35:28 AAUSAT-4 303.9 0.0 ? 3076 127.9 36.6

2016-04-25 16:46:19 AAUSAT-4 31.9 0.0 ? 2981 270.9 15.6
2016-04-25 16:51:01 AAUSAT-4 77.1 7.0 ? 2178 271.9 15.0
2016-04-25 16:55:30 AAUSAT-4 122.9 0.0 ? 2817 272.8 14.4

2016-04-25 18:20:26 AAUSAT-4 18.6 0.0 ? 3004 290.3 3.3
2016-04-25 18:27:07 AAUSAT-4 98.8 43.3 ? 838 291.7 2.5
2016-04-25 18:33:16 AAUSAT-4 179.0 0.0 ? 2776 293.0 1.8

2016-04-25 19:55:23 AAUSAT-4 12.1 0.0 ? 3015 310.6 -8.0
2016-04-25 20:01:51 AAUSAT-4 300.3 32.1 ? 1043 312.1 -8.7
2016-04-25 20:07:53 AAUSAT-4 227.2 0.0 ? 2805 313.4 -9.3

2016-04-25 21:30:34 AAUSAT-4 8.1 0.0 ? 3021 332.8 -16.0
2016-04-25 21:35:26 AAUSAT-4 321.9 8.5 ? 2105 334.0 -16.3
2016-04-25 21:40:08 AAUSAT-4 274.7 0.0 ? 2874 335.2 -16.6

2016-04-25 23:05:39 AAUSAT-4 6.7 0.0 ? 3030 356.9 -19.4
2016-04-25 23:08:11 AAUSAT-4 344.5 1.6 ? 2801 357.5 -19.4
2016-04-25 23:10:41 AAUSAT-4 322.1 0.0 ? 2968 358.1 -19.4
to:
2016-04-23 04:02:08 AAUSAT4 29.4 0.0 ? 3015 67.2 1.0
2016-04-23 04:07:17 AAUSAT4 79.3 9.0 ? 2048 68.3 1.6
2016-04-23 04:12:11 AAUSAT4 129.8 0.0 ? 2847 69.3 2.1

2016-04-23 05:36:26 AAUSAT4 17.8 0.0 ? 3027 86.7 13.1
2016-04-23 05:43:14 AAUSAT4 100.4 52.3 ? 760 88.1 14.0
2016-04-23 05:49:33 AAUSAT4 183.8 0.0 ? 2818 89.4 14.9

2016-04-23 07:11:25 AAUSAT4 11.8 0.0 ? 3037 107.3 25.8
2016-04-23 07:17:51 AAUSAT4 302.3 28.6 ? 1153 108.7 26.7
2016-04-23 07:23:54 AAUSAT4 231.4 0.0 ? 2842 110.2 27.4

2016-04-23 08:46:35 AAUSAT4 8.3 0.0 ? 3044 131.2 37.1
2016-04-23 08:51:21 AAUSAT4 323.8 7.8 ? 2193 132.5 37.6
2016-04-23 08:55:59 AAUSAT4 278.5 0.0 ? 2918 133.8 38.0

2016-04-23 10:21:33 AAUSAT4 8.1 0.0 ? 3053 160.4 44.4
2016-04-23 10:24:02 AAUSAT4 346.5 1.5 ? 2839 161.2 44.5
2016-04-23 10:26:30 AAUSAT4 324.7 0.0 ? 3002 162.0 44.6

2016-04-23 11:54:08 AAUSAT4 29.1 0.0 ? 3073 192.3 45.2
2016-04-23 11:56:21 AAUSAT4 10.1 1.2 ? 2913 193.1 45.1
2016-04-23 11:58:33 AAUSAT4 351.0 0.0 ? 3044 193.9 45.1

2016-04-23 13:24:26 AAUSAT4 73.8 0.0 ? 3073 221.4 39.7
2016-04-23 13:28:56 AAUSAT4 32.9 6.4 ? 2396 222.7 39.3
2016-04-23 13:33:24 AAUSAT4 352.1 0.0 ? 3050 224.0 38.8

2016-04-23 14:56:00 AAUSAT4 119.5 0.0 ? 3047 245.8 29.7
2016-04-23 15:02:17 AAUSAT4 54.3 22.7 ? 1429 247.3 28.9
2016-04-23 15:08:35 AAUSAT4 349.1 0.0 ? 3052 248.8 28.1

2016-04-23 16:29:45 AAUSAT4 164.9 0.0 ? 3027 266.9 17.4
2016-04-23 16:36:40 AAUSAT4 254.5 80.3 ? 683 268.3 16.5
2016-04-23 16:43:40 AAUSAT4 343.9 0.0 ? 3061 269.8 15.5

2016-04-23 18:06:14 AAUSAT4 214.0 0.0 ? 3039 286.9 4.6
2016-04-23 18:12:13 AAUSAT4 274.4 15.6 ? 1754 288.1 3.8
2016-04-23 18:18:16 AAUSAT4 334.8 0.0 ? 3069 289.4 3.1

2016-04-24 04:00:43 AAUSAT4 30.0 0.0 ? 3000 66.8 1.1
2016-04-24 04:05:45 AAUSAT4 78.8 8.6 ? 2073 67.8 1.7
2016-04-24 04:10:33 AAUSAT4 128.3 0.0 ? 2834 68.8 2.2

2016-04-24 05:34:58 AAUSAT4 17.9 0.0 ? 3019 86.3 13.2
2016-04-24 05:41:44 AAUSAT4 100.1 50.2 ? 772 87.7 14.1
2016-04-24 05:48:00 AAUSAT4 182.8 0.0 ? 2803 89.0 15.0

2016-04-24 07:09:57 AAUSAT4 11.8 0.0 ? 3027 106.8 25.9
2016-04-24 07:16:23 AAUSAT4 301.7 29.1 ? 1129 108.3 26.8
2016-04-24 07:22:24 AAUSAT4 230.6 0.0 ? 2827 109.7 27.6

2016-04-24 08:45:07 AAUSAT4 8.2 0.0 ? 3036 130.6 37.3
2016-04-24 08:49:54 AAUSAT4 323.4 7.9 ? 2174 132.0 37.8
2016-04-24 08:54:31 AAUSAT4 277.8 0.0 ? 2902 133.3 38.2

2016-04-24 10:20:07 AAUSAT4 7.7 0.0 ? 3045 159.8 44.6
2016-04-24 10:22:35 AAUSAT4 346.2 1.5 ? 2831 160.7 44.8
2016-04-24 10:25:02 AAUSAT4 324.5 0.0 ? 2990 161.5 44.9

2016-04-24 11:52:46 AAUSAT4 28.1 0.0 ? 3067 192.0 45.6
2016-04-24 11:54:54 AAUSAT4 9.8 1.1 ? 2916 192.7 45.5
2016-04-24 11:57:01 AAUSAT4 351.4 0.0 ? 3035 193.5 45.4

2016-04-24 13:23:02 AAUSAT4 72.9 0.0 ? 3074 221.2 40.1
2016-04-24 13:27:29 AAUSAT4 32.6 6.2 ? 2410 222.5 39.7
2016-04-24 13:31:54 AAUSAT4 352.2 0.0 ? 3045 223.8 39.3

2016-04-24 14:54:33 AAUSAT4 118.7 0.0 ? 3053 245.7 30.1
2016-04-24 15:00:50 AAUSAT4 53.8 22.2 ? 1449 247.2 29.4
2016-04-24 15:07:05 AAUSAT4 349.2 0.0 ? 3046 248.7 28.6

2016-04-24 16:28:15 AAUSAT4 164.0 0.0 ? 3035 266.8 17.9
2016-04-24 16:35:11 AAUSAT4 253.0 82.7 ? 679 268.2 16.9
2016-04-24 16:42:10 AAUSAT4 344.0 0.0 ? 3052 269.7 16.0

2016-04-24 18:04:41 AAUSAT4 213.0 0.0 ? 3042 286.8 5.0
2016-04-24 18:10:42 AAUSAT4 273.8 16.0 ? 1728 288.0 4.3
2016-04-24 18:16:47 AAUSAT4 335.0 0.0 ? 3062 289.3 3.5
Changed line 150 from:
Location : Thule (68.0731° W, 76.5322° N)
to:
Location : Thule (68.0731 W, 76.5322 N)
Changed lines 153-154 from:
2016-04-24 23:59:59
to:
2016-04-25 00:00:00
Changed lines 157-275 from:
2016-04-23 00:42:40 AAUSAT-4 28.1 0.0 ? 3076 304.8 5.2
2016-04-23 00:49:39 AAUSAT-4 112.9 58.8 ? 748 306.4 4.9
2016-04-23 00:56:16 AAUSAT-4 197.9 0.0 ? 2922 308.0 4.6

2016-04-23 02:17:42 AAUSAT-4
41.5 0.0 ? 3078 327.7 1.6
2016-04-23 02:24:42 AAUSAT-4 315.9 75.1 ? 675 329.4 1.4
2016-04-23 02:31:21 AAUSAT-4 230.8 0.0 ? 2934 331.0 1.3

2016-04-23 03:52:26 AAUSAT-4
58.3 0.0 ? 3081 350.7 -0.6
2016-04-23 03:59:20 AAUSAT-4 339.1 49.9 ? 836 352.4 -0.7
2016-04-23 04:05:56 AAUSAT-4 260.2 0.0 ? 2956 354.0 -0.7

2016-04-23 05:26:55 AAUSAT-4 79.4 0.0 ? 3076 13.7 0.1
2016-04-23 05:33:45 AAUSAT-4 2.5 44.3 ? 909 15.4 0.2
2016-04-23 05:40:22 AAUSAT-4 285.2 0.0 ? 2979 17.0 0.3

2016-04-23 07:01:17 AAUSAT-4 105.2 0.0 ? 3077 36.6 2.2
2016-04-23 07:08:12 AAUSAT-4 25.4 53.1 ? 815 38.3 2.5
2016-04-23 07:14:56 AAUSAT-4 305.4 0.0 ? 2998 39.9 2.7

2016-04-23 08:35:53 AAUSAT-4
135.1 0.0 ? 3072 59.4 6.2
2016-04-23 08:42:54 AAUSAT-4 47.5 83.1 ? 676 61.1 6.5
2016-04-23 08:49:46 AAUSAT-4 321.2 0.0 ? 3011 62.7 6.9

2016-04-23 10:11:04 AAUSAT-4
167.9 0.0 ? 3069 82.3 11.3
2016-04-23 10:18:02 AAUSAT
-4 251.2 52.2 ? 828 84.0 11.7
2016-04-23 10:24:52 AAUSAT
-4 333.9 0.0 ? 3017 85.6 12.1

2016-04-23 11:47:07 AAUSAT
-4 203.1 0.0 ? 3070 105.7 16.9
2016-04-23 11:53:43 AAUSAT
-4 273.9 25.9 ? 1313 107.4 17.2
2016-04-23 12:00:14 AAUSAT
-4 344.9 0.0 ? 3026 109.0 17.6

2016-04-23 13:24:11 AAUSAT
-4 240.2 0.0 ? 3072 130.3 21.8
2016-04-23 13:30:02 AAUSAT
-4 297.5 13.4 ? 1874 131.8 22.1
2016-04-23 13:35:50 AAUSAT-
4 355.3 0.0 ? 3028 133.3 22.3

2016-04-23 15:02:07 AAUSAT
-4 277.6 0.0 ? 3080 156.1 25.3
2016-04-23 15:06:59 AAUSAT-4 322.4 7.0 ? 2337 157.4 25.4
2016-04-23 15:11:47 AAUSAT-4 7.3 0.0 ? 3028 158.7 25.5

2016-04-23 16:40:22 AAUSAT
-4 312.2 0.0 ? 3077 182.7 26.3
2016-04-23 16:44:23 AAUSAT-4 348.0 4.1 ? 2586 183.8 26.3
2016-04-23 16:48:22 AAUSAT-4 24.2 0.0 ? 3019 184.9 26.3

2016-04-23 18:17:55 AAUSAT-4 337.9 0.0 ? 3070 209.0 24.8
2016-04-23 18:21:58 AAUSAT
-4 14.1 4.2 ? 2560 210.1 24.7
2016-04-23 18:25:58 AAUSAT-4 50.9 0.0 ? 2997 211.2 24.6

2016-04-23 19:54:26 AAUSAT-4 354.2 0.0 ? 3067 234.3 21.1
2016-04-23 19:59:21 AAUSAT-
4 39.9 7.4 ? 2264 235.5 20.9
2016-04-23 20:04:08 AAUSAT
-4 86.1 0.0 ? 2958 236.8 20.7

2016-04-23 21:30:20 AAUSAT-4 6.0 0.0 ? 3066 258.4 16.1
2016-04-23 21:36:15 AAUSAT-4 64.8 14.3 ? 1772 259.8 15.7
2016-04-23 21:41:56 AAUSAT
-4 124.3 0.0 ? 2927 261.2 15.4

2016-04-23 23:05:54 AAUSAT
-4 16.6 0.0 ? 3065 281.6 10.6
2016-04-23 23:12:31 AAUSAT
-4 88.7 28.0 ? 1204 283.2 10.2
2016-04-23 23:18:49 AAUSAT
-4 161.7 0.0 ? 2907 284.7 9.9

2016-04-24 00:41:12 AAUSAT
-4 27.9 0.0 ? 3068 304.5 5.6
2016-04-24 00:48:09 AAUSAT-4
112.1 57.9 ? 750 306.2 5.3
2016-04-24 00:54:44 AAUSAT-4
197.2 0.0 ? 2908 307.8 5.0

2016-04-24 02:16:14 AAUSAT-4
41.2 0.0 ? 3072 327.4 2.0
2016-04-24 02:23:13 AAUSAT-4
315.4 75.8 ? 669 329.1 1.8
2016-04-24 02:29:50 AAUSAT-4
230.2 0.0 ? 2921 330.7 1.6

2016-04-24 03:50:58 AAUSAT-4
57.9 0.0 ? 3078 350.4 0.2
2016-04-24 03:57:51 AAUSAT-4
339.0 50.0 ? 830 352.1 0.2
2016-04-24 04:04:25 AAUSAT-4
259.7 0.0 ? 2940 353.7 0.1

2016-04-24 05:25:27 AAUSAT-4
79.0 0.0 ? 3074 13.4 0.4
2016-04-24 05:32:17 AAUSAT-4
1.8 44.2 ? 907 15.1 0.5
2016-04-24 05:38:51 AAUSAT-4
284.8 0.0 ? 2963 16.7 0.6

2016-04-24 06:59:49 AAUSAT-4
104.7 0.0 ? 3075 36.3 2.5
2016-04-24 07:06:43 AAUSAT-4
25.4 52.7 ? 816 37.9 2.7
2016-04-24 07:13:25 AAUSAT-4
305.1 0.0 ? 2983 39.5 3.0

2016-04-24 08:34:24 AAUSAT-4
134.5 0.0 ? 3075 59.0 6.4
2016-04-24 08:41:25 AAUSAT-4 48.0 82.2 ? 675 60.7 6.8
2016-04-24 08:48:15 AAUSAT-4 321.0 0.0 ? 2998 62.3 7.1

2016-04-24 10:09:34 AAUSAT-4 167.3 0.0 ? 3072 81.9 11.6
2016-04-24 10:16:32 AAUSAT-4 250.2 52.8 ? 820 83.6 12.0
2016-04-24 10:23:21 AAUSAT-4 333.7 0.0 ? 3005 85.2 12.4

2016-04-24 11:45:36 AAUSAT-4 202.4 0.0 ? 3073 105.3 17.1
2016-04-24 11:52:13 AAUSAT
-4 273.4 26.2 ? 1302 107.0 17.5
2016-04-24 11:58:42 AAUSAT-4 344.6 0.0 ? 3011 108.6 17.8

2016-04-24 13:22:39 AAUSAT-4 239.4 0.0 ? 3073 129.9 22.1
2016-04-24 13:28:31 AAUSAT
-4 297.0 13.5 ? 1863 131.4 22.4
2016-04-24 13:34:18 AAUSAT
-4 355.0 0.0 ? 3016 132.9 22.6

2016-04-24 15:00:35 AAUSAT-4 277.0 0.0 ? 3078 155.7 25.5
2016-04-24 15:05:27 AAUSAT
-4 321.8 7.0 ? 2329 157.0 25.7
2016-04-24 15:10:14 AAUSAT
-4 6.8 0.0 ? 3016 158.3 25.8

2016-04-24 16:38:51 AAUSAT-4 311.8 0.0 ? 3072 182.3 26.7
2016-04-24 16:42:51 AAUSAT
-4 347.5 4.1 ? 2583 183.4 26.6
2016-04-24 16:46:48 AAUSAT
-4 23.5 0.0 ? 3009 184.5 26.6

2016-04-24 18:16:25 AAUSAT-4 337.6 0.0 ? 3065 208.7 25.2
2016-04-24 18:20:26 AAUSAT
-4 13.6 4.1 ? 2562 209.8 25.1
2016-04-24 18:24:22 AAUSAT
-4 49.9 0.0 ? 2984 210.8 24.9

2016-04-24 19:52:57 AAUSAT
-4 354.1 0.0 ? 3060 234.0 21.5
2016-04-24 19:57:49 AAUSAT
-4 39.4 7.2 ? 2270 235.3 21.3
2016-04-24 20:02:33 AAUSAT
-4 85.2 0.0 ? 2948 236.5 21.0

2016-04-24
21:28:51 AAUSAT-4 5.8 0.0 ? 3060 258.1 16.5
2016-04-24 21:34:43 AAUSAT-4 64.1 14.0 ? 1780 259.6 16.1
2016-04-24 21:40:21 AAUSAT
-4 123.3 0.0 ? 2911 261.0 15.8

2016-04-24 23:04:25 AAUSAT
-4 16.4 0.0 ? 3061 281.4 11.0
2016-04-24 23:11:01 AAUSAT
-4 88.4 27.4 ? 1212 283.0 10.6
2016-04-24 23:17:16 AAUSAT-
4 160.9 0.0 ? 2896 284.5 10.3
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2016-04-23 00:37:26 AAUSAT4 242.4 0.0 ? 3072 303.5 5.5
2016-04-23 00:43:14 AAUSAT4 299.0 12.9 ? 1906 304.9 5.2
2016-04-23 00:48:59 AAUSAT4 356.0 0.0 ? 3030 306.3 4.9

2016-04-23 02:15:25 AAUSAT4
279.9 0.0 ? 3078 327.1 1.7
2016-04-23 02:20:13 AAUSAT4 323.9 6.7 ? 2359 328.3 1.6
2016-04-23 02:24:58 AAUSAT4 8.2 0.0 ? 3031 329.4 1.4

2016-04-23 03:53:38 AAUSAT4
313.9 0.0 ? 3079 351.0 -0.6
2016-04-23 03:57:39 AAUSAT4 349.7 4.1 ? 2593 352.0 -0.7
2016-04-23 04:01:36 AAUSAT4 25.5 0.0 ? 3021 352.9 -0.7

2016-04-23 05:31:07 AAUSAT4 339.0 0.0 ? 3073 14.8 0.2
2016-04-23 05:35:14 AAUSAT4 15.9 4.4 ? 2550 15.8 0.3
2016-04-23 05:39:16 AAUSAT4 52.9 0.0 ? 2999 16.7 0.3

2016-04-23 07:07:35 AAUSAT4 354.9 0.0 ? 3071 38.1 2.4
2016-04-23 07:12:35 AAUSAT4 41.4 7.7 ? 2241 39.4 2.6
2016-04-23 07:17:27 AAUSAT4 88.5 0.0 ? 2964 40.5 2.8

2016-04-23 08:43:28 AAUSAT4
6.6 0.0 ? 3068 61.2 6.6
2016-04-23 08:49:27 AAUSAT4
66.3 14.9 ? 1740 62.6 6.9
2016-04-23 08:55:12 AAUSAT4 126.6 0.0 ? 2934 64.0 7.2

2016-04-23 10:19:01 AAUSAT4
17.2 0.0 ? 3067 84.2 11.8
2016
-04-23 10:25:41 AAUSAT4 90.3 29.3 ? 1173 85.8 12.2
2016
-04-23 10:32:01 AAUSAT4 163.9 0.0 ? 2913 87.3 12.5

2016
-04-23 11:54:18 AAUSAT4 28.6 0.0 ? 3071 107.5 17.3
2016
-04-23 12:01:17 AAUSAT4 114.5 60.5 ? 735 109.3 17.7
2016
-04-23 12:07:52 AAUSAT4 199.3 0.0 ? 2911 110.9 18.0

2016
-04-23 13:29:19 AAUSAT4 42.1 0.0 ? 3075 131.6 22.1
2016
-04-23 13:36:18 AAUSAT4 317.5 73.5 ? 678 133.4 22.4
2016-04-23 13:42:56 AAUSAT4 232.1 0.0 ? 2927 135.1 22.6

2016
-04-23 15:04:03 AAUSAT4 59.0 0.0 ? 3073 156.6 25.3
2016-04-23 15:10:55 AAUSAT4 340.5 49.3 ? 841 158.4 25.5
2016
-04-23 15:17:30 AAUSAT4 261.3 0.0 ? 2948 160.2 25.6

2016
-04-23 16:38:30 AAUSAT4 80.4 0.0 ? 3078 182.2 26.3
2016-04-23 16:45:20 AAUSAT4 3.7 44.3 ? 907 184.0 26.3
2016-04-23 16:51:56 AAUSAT4 286.1 0.0 ? 2970 185.8 26.3

2016-04-23 18:12:53 AAUSAT4 106.4 0.0 ? 3073 207.7 24.9
2016
-04-23 18:19:48 AAUSAT4 26.1 53.8 ? 808 209.5 24.7
2016-04-23 18:26:31 AAUSAT4 306.1 0.0 ? 2991 211.3 24.6

2016-04-23 19:47:30 AAUSAT4 136.4 0.0 ? 3069 232.5 21.4
2016-04-23 19:54:31 AAUSAT4 45.7 84.8 ? 673 234.3 21.1
2016
-04-23 20:01:22 AAUSAT4 321.8 0.0 ? 3006 236.0 20.8

2016-04-23 21:22:42 AAUSAT4 169.3 0.0 ? 3071 256.5 16.5
2016-04-23 21:29:39 AAUSAT4 251.4 50.7 ? 843 258.2 16.1
2016
-04-23 21:36:29 AAUSAT4 334.4 0.0 ? 3014 259.9 15.7

2016
-04-23 22:58:48 AAUSAT4 204.6 0.0 ? 3069 279.9 11.0
2016
-04-23 23:05:22 AAUSAT4 274.7 25.2 ? 1336 281.5 10.6
2016
-04-23 23:11:51 AAUSAT4 345.3 0.0 ? 3020 283.1 10.3

2016
-04-24 00:35:54 AAUSAT4 241.7 0.0 ? 3073 303.2 5.9
2016-04-24 00:41:43 AAUSAT4
298.5 13.1 ? 1895 304.6 5.6
2016-04-24 00:47:28 AAUSAT4
355.7 0.0 ? 3024 306.0 5.3

2016-04-24 02:13:52 AAUSAT4
279.1 0.0 ? 3080 326.8 2.0
2016-04-24 02:18:41 AAUSAT4
323.3 6.8 ? 2351 328.0 1.9
2016-04-24 02:23:25 AAUSAT4
7.7 0.0 ? 3020 329.1 1.8

2016-04-24 03:52:07 AAUSAT4
313.5 0.0 ? 3074 350.7 0.2
2016-04-24 03:56:06 AAUSAT4
349.0 4.1 ? 2590 351.6 0.2
2016-04-24 04:00:02 AAUSAT4
24.8 0.0 ? 3011 352.6 0.2

2016-04-24 05:29:37 AAUSAT4
338.7 0.0 ? 3069 14.4 0.5
2016-04-24 05:33:41 AAUSAT4
15.2 4.3 ? 2552 15.4 0.5
2016-04-24 05:37:41 AAUSAT4
52.0 0.0 ? 2990 16.4 0.6

2016-04-24 07:06:06 AAUSAT4
354.8 0.0 ? 3065 37.8 2.7
2016-04-24 07:11:03 AAUSAT4
40.9 7.5 ? 2247 39.0 2.9
2016-04-24 07:15:52 AAUSAT4
87.6 0.0 ? 2954 40.1 3.0

2016-04-24 08:41:59 AAUSAT4 6.4 0.0 ? 3063 60.8 6.8
2016-04-24 08:47:55 AAUSAT4 65.6 14.6 ? 1748 62.2 7.1
2016-04-24 08:53:37 AAUSAT4 125.7 0.0 ? 2918 63.6 7.4

2016-04-24 10:17:32 AAUSAT4
17.0 0.0 ? 3064 83.8 12.0
2016-04-24 10:24:10 AAUSAT4 89.6 28.7 ? 1181 85.4 12.4
2016-04-24 10:30:28 AAUSAT4 163.1 0.0 ? 2901 86.9 12.8

2016
-04-24 11:52:49 AAUSAT4 28.4 0.0 ? 3070 107.1 17.5
2016-04-24 11:59:47 AAUSAT4 113.6 59.5 ? 736 108.8 17.9
2016-04-24 12:06:20 AAUSAT4 198.6 0.0 ? 2897 110.5 18.3

2016
-04-24 13:27:51 AAUSAT4 41.8 0.0 ? 3069 131.2 22.3
2016
-04-24 13:34:49 AAUSAT4 317.0 74.1 ? 672 133.0 22.6
2016-04-24 13:41:25 AAUSAT4 231.5 0.0 ? 2915 134.7 22.9

2016
-04-24 15:02:34 AAUSAT4 58.7 0.0 ? 3077 156.2 25.6
2016
-04-24 15:09:27 AAUSAT4 339.6 49.4 ? 835 158.1 25.7
2016-04-24 15:16:00 AAUSAT4 260.8 0.0 ? 2939 159.8 25.9

2016
-04-24 16:37:02 AAUSAT4 79.9 0.0 ? 3077 181.8 26.7
2016
-04-24 16:43:52 AAUSAT4 3.0 44.2 ? 905 183.7 26.6
2016-04-24 16:50:26 AAUSAT4 285.7 0.0 ? 2961 185.5 26.6

2016
-04-24 18:11:25 AAUSAT4 105.8 0.0 ? 3072 207.4 25.3
2016
-04-24 18:18:19 AAUSAT4 26.1 53.3 ? 809 209.2 25.1
2016
-04-24 18:25:00 AAUSAT4 305.8 0.0 ? 2976 211.0 24.9

2016
-04-24 19:46:01 AAUSAT4 135.8 0.0 ? 3071 232.2 21.8
2016
-04-24 19:53:02 AAUSAT4 46.6 84.0 ? 672 234.0 21.5
2016-04-24 19
:59:51 AAUSAT4 321.5 0.0 ? 2993 235.8 21.2

2016-04-24 21:21:13 AAUSAT4 168.7 0.0 ? 3068 256.2 16.9
2016
-04-24 21:28:10 AAUSAT4 251.3 51.3 ? 834 258.0 16.5
2016
-04-24 21:34:58 AAUSAT4 334.2 0.0 ? 3003 259.6 16.1

2016
-04-24 22:57:17 AAUSAT4 203.9 0.0 ? 3071 279.7 11.4
2016-04-24 23:03:52 AAUSAT4 274.3 25.5 ? 1324 281.3 11.0
2016-04-24 23:10:20 AAUSAT4 345.0 0.0 ? 3011 282.8 10.7
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!! 160416 The launch campaign crew in Kouru
Pierro Galeone from ESA and the three FYS crews. From AAU it is Anders and Mikael.


%rfloat width=320px padding=4px border='1px solid grey'%Attach:upload/launchcrew.jpg | Launch crew a Kouru launch site.

!! 160414 Lifetime
Simulation states a lifetime of around 7 years.

AAUSAT4 will start flying in a slight elliptic orbit (453 km to 660km)
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BAsed on prelimenary information from ESA the passes for teh first days at Aalbrog and Thule has been calculated.

There is three line for each pass:
* starting of pass
* highest elevation of pass
* end og pass

So the very first pass below
* starts at 00:42 UTC (2:42 European summertime) and comes from 27.4 degrees (NO)
* is at top point at 00:44 (2:44) still at a low angle above horizon of 9.2 degrees
* end of pass 00:47(2:47) leaving 350 degrees NNW

A pass is normally good if max elevation is above 20 degrees

If you go further down passes for the Thule antenna is also calculated
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and at Thule:

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Location : Thule (68.0731° W, 76.5322° N)
Time zone : UTC
Search period : 2016-04-23 00:00:00
2016-04-24 23:59:59

Time Satellite Azm Elv Mag Range S.Azm S.Elv
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2016-04-23 00:42:40 AAUSAT-4 28.1 0.0 ? 3076 304.8 5.2
2016-04-23 00:49:39 AAUSAT-4 112.9 58.8 ? 748 306.4 4.9
2016-04-23 00:56:16 AAUSAT-4 197.9 0.0 ? 2922 308.0 4.6

2016-04-23 02:17:42 AAUSAT-4 41.5 0.0 ? 3078 327.7 1.6
2016-04-23 02:24:42 AAUSAT-4 315.9 75.1 ? 675 329.4 1.4
2016-04-23 02:31:21 AAUSAT-4 230.8 0.0 ? 2934 331.0 1.3

2016-04-23 03:52:26 AAUSAT-4 58.3 0.0 ? 3081 350.7 -0.6
2016-04-23 03:59:20 AAUSAT-4 339.1 49.9 ? 836 352.4 -0.7
2016-04-23 04:05:56 AAUSAT-4 260.2 0.0 ? 2956 354.0 -0.7

2016-04-23 05:26:55 AAUSAT-4 79.4 0.0 ? 3076 13.7 0.1
2016-04-23 05:33:45 AAUSAT-4 2.5 44.3 ? 909 15.4 0.2
2016-04-23 05:40:22 AAUSAT-4 285.2 0.0 ? 2979 17.0 0.3

2016-04-23 07:01:17 AAUSAT-4 105.2 0.0 ? 3077 36.6 2.2
2016-04-23 07:08:12 AAUSAT-4 25.4 53.1 ? 815 38.3 2.5
2016-04-23 07:14:56 AAUSAT-4 305.4 0.0 ? 2998 39.9 2.7

2016-04-23 08:35:53 AAUSAT-4 135.1 0.0 ? 3072 59.4 6.2
2016-04-23 08:42:54 AAUSAT-4 47.5 83.1 ? 676 61.1 6.5
2016-04-23 08:49:46 AAUSAT-4 321.2 0.0 ? 3011 62.7 6.9

2016-04-23 10:11:04 AAUSAT-4 167.9 0.0 ? 3069 82.3 11.3
2016-04-23 10:18:02 AAUSAT-4 251.2 52.2 ? 828 84.0 11.7
2016-04-23 10:24:52 AAUSAT-4 333.9 0.0 ? 3017 85.6 12.1

2016-04-23 11:47:07 AAUSAT-4 203.1 0.0 ? 3070 105.7 16.9
2016-04-23 11:53:43 AAUSAT-4 273.9 25.9 ? 1313 107.4 17.2
2016-04-23 12:00:14 AAUSAT-4 344.9 0.0 ? 3026 109.0 17.6

2016-04-23 13:24:11 AAUSAT-4 240.2 0.0 ? 3072 130.3 21.8
2016-04-23 13:30:02 AAUSAT-4 297.5 13.4 ? 1874 131.8 22.1
2016-04-23 13:35:50 AAUSAT-4 355.3 0.0 ? 3028 133.3 22.3

2016-04-23 15:02:07 AAUSAT-4 277.6 0.0 ? 3080 156.1 25.3
2016-04-23 15:06:59 AAUSAT-4 322.4 7.0 ? 2337 157.4 25.4
2016-04-23 15:11:47 AAUSAT-4 7.3 0.0 ? 3028 158.7 25.5

2016-04-23 16:40:22 AAUSAT-4 312.2 0.0 ? 3077 182.7 26.3
2016-04-23 16:44:23 AAUSAT-4 348.0 4.1 ? 2586 183.8 26.3
2016-04-23 16:48:22 AAUSAT-4 24.2 0.0 ? 3019 184.9 26.3

2016-04-23 18:17:55 AAUSAT-4 337.9 0.0 ? 3070 209.0 24.8
2016-04-23 18:21:58 AAUSAT-4 14.1 4.2 ? 2560 210.1 24.7
2016-04-23 18:25:58 AAUSAT-4 50.9 0.0 ? 2997 211.2 24.6

2016-04-23 19:54:26 AAUSAT-4 354.2 0.0 ? 3067 234.3 21.1
2016-04-23 19:59:21 AAUSAT-4 39.9 7.4 ? 2264 235.5 20.9
2016-04-23 20:04:08 AAUSAT-4 86.1 0.0 ? 2958 236.8 20.7

2016-04-23 21:30:20 AAUSAT-4 6.0 0.0 ? 3066 258.4 16.1
2016-04-23 21:36:15 AAUSAT-4 64.8 14.3 ? 1772 259.8 15.7
2016-04-23 21:41:56 AAUSAT-4 124.3 0.0 ? 2927 261.2 15.4

2016-04-23 23:05:54 AAUSAT-4 16.6 0.0 ? 3065 281.6 10.6
2016-04-23 23:12:31 AAUSAT-4 88.7 28.0 ? 1204 283.2 10.2
2016-04-23 23:18:49 AAUSAT-4 161.7 0.0 ? 2907 284.7 9.9

2016-04-24 00:41:12 AAUSAT-4 27.9 0.0 ? 3068 304.5 5.6
2016-04-24 00:48:09 AAUSAT-4 112.1 57.9 ? 750 306.2 5.3
2016-04-24 00:54:44 AAUSAT-4 197.2 0.0 ? 2908 307.8 5.0

2016-04-24 02:16:14 AAUSAT-4 41.2 0.0 ? 3072 327.4 2.0
2016-04-24 02:23:13 AAUSAT-4 315.4 75.8 ? 669 329.1 1.8
2016-04-24 02:29:50 AAUSAT-4 230.2 0.0 ? 2921 330.7 1.6

2016-04-24 03:50:58 AAUSAT-4 57.9 0.0 ? 3078 350.4 0.2
2016-04-24 03:57:51 AAUSAT-4 339.0 50.0 ? 830 352.1 0.2
2016-04-24 04:04:25 AAUSAT-4 259.7 0.0 ? 2940 353.7 0.1

2016-04-24 05:25:27 AAUSAT-4 79.0 0.0 ? 3074 13.4 0.4
2016-04-24 05:32:17 AAUSAT-4 1.8 44.2 ? 907 15.1 0.5
2016-04-24 05:38:51 AAUSAT-4 284.8 0.0 ? 2963 16.7 0.6

2016-04-24 06:59:49 AAUSAT-4 104.7 0.0 ? 3075 36.3 2.5
2016-04-24 07:06:43 AAUSAT-4 25.4 52.7 ? 816 37.9 2.7
2016-04-24 07:13:25 AAUSAT-4 305.1 0.0 ? 2983 39.5 3.0

2016-04-24 08:34:24 AAUSAT-4 134.5 0.0 ? 3075 59.0 6.4
2016-04-24 08:41:25 AAUSAT-4 48.0 82.2 ? 675 60.7 6.8
2016-04-24 08:48:15 AAUSAT-4 321.0 0.0 ? 2998 62.3 7.1

2016-04-24 10:09:34 AAUSAT-4 167.3 0.0 ? 3072 81.9 11.6
2016-04-24 10:16:32 AAUSAT-4 250.2 52.8 ? 820 83.6 12.0
2016-04-24 10:23:21 AAUSAT-4 333.7 0.0 ? 3005 85.2 12.4

2016-04-24 11:45:36 AAUSAT-4 202.4 0.0 ? 3073 105.3 17.1
2016-04-24 11:52:13 AAUSAT-4 273.4 26.2 ? 1302 107.0 17.5
2016-04-24 11:58:42 AAUSAT-4 344.6 0.0 ? 3011 108.6 17.8

2016-04-24 13:22:39 AAUSAT-4 239.4 0.0 ? 3073 129.9 22.1
2016-04-24 13:28:31 AAUSAT-4 297.0 13.5 ? 1863 131.4 22.4
2016-04-24 13:34:18 AAUSAT-4 355.0 0.0 ? 3016 132.9 22.6

2016-04-24 15:00:35 AAUSAT-4 277.0 0.0 ? 3078 155.7 25.5
2016-04-24 15:05:27 AAUSAT-4 321.8 7.0 ? 2329 157.0 25.7
2016-04-24 15:10:14 AAUSAT-4 6.8 0.0 ? 3016 158.3 25.8

2016-04-24 16:38:51 AAUSAT-4 311.8 0.0 ? 3072 182.3 26.7
2016-04-24 16:42:51 AAUSAT-4 347.5 4.1 ? 2583 183.4 26.6
2016-04-24 16:46:48 AAUSAT-4 23.5 0.0 ? 3009 184.5 26.6

2016-04-24 18:16:25 AAUSAT-4 337.6 0.0 ? 3065 208.7 25.2
2016-04-24 18:20:26 AAUSAT-4 13.6 4.1 ? 2562 209.8 25.1
2016-04-24 18:24:22 AAUSAT-4 49.9 0.0 ? 2984 210.8 24.9

2016-04-24 19:52:57 AAUSAT-4 354.1 0.0 ? 3060 234.0 21.5
2016-04-24 19:57:49 AAUSAT-4 39.4 7.2 ? 2270 235.3 21.3
2016-04-24 20:02:33 AAUSAT-4 85.2 0.0 ? 2948 236.5 21.0

2016-04-24 21:28:51 AAUSAT-4 5.8 0.0 ? 3060 258.1 16.5
2016-04-24 21:34:43 AAUSAT-4 64.1 14.0 ? 1780 259.6 16.1
2016-04-24 21:40:21 AAUSAT-4 123.3 0.0 ? 2911 261.0 15.8

2016-04-24 23:04:25 AAUSAT-4 16.4 0.0 ? 3061 281.4 11.0
2016-04-24 23:11:01 AAUSAT-4 88.4 27.4 ? 1212 283.0 10.6
2016-04-24 23:17:16 AAUSAT-4 160.9 0.0 ? 2896 284.5 10.3
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!! 160414 Simulation of passes the first days
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1 00001U 00001A 16113.99305600 .00000000 00000-0 00000-0 0 0010
2 00001 98.2172 314.6194 0152400 241.4610 358.4169 15.02516156 00019

First 2 days passes:

Location : AAU (9.9875° E, 57.0138° N)
Time zone : UTC
Search period : 2016-04-23 00:00:00
2016-04-25 23:59:59

Time Satellite Azm Elv Mag Range S.Azm S.Elv
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2016-04-23 00:42:42 AAUSAT-4 27.4 0.0 ? 3074 21.7 -18.2
2016-04-23 00:44:50 AAUSAT-4 9.2 1.1 ? 2926 22.2 -18.1
2016-04-23 00:46:57 AAUSAT-4 350.9 0.0 ? 3047 22.8 -18.0

2016-04-23 02:12:59 AAUSAT-4 71.9 0.0 ? 3074 43.4 -11.6
2016-04-23 02:17:24 AAUSAT-4 32.0 6.0 ? 2429 44.5 -11.2
2016-04-23 02:21:47 AAUSAT-4 352.2 0.0 ? 3056 45.5 -10.8

2016-04-23 03:44:28 AAUSAT-4 117.8 0.0 ? 3049 63.5 -1.6
2016-04-23 03:50:43 AAUSAT-4 53.3 21.6 ? 1473 64.9 -0.8
2016-04-23 03:56:58 AAUSAT-4 349.2 0.0 ? 3059 66.2 0.4

2016-04-23 05:18:08 AAUSAT-4 163.1 0.1 ? 3023 83.0 10.7
2016-04-23 05:25:02 AAUSAT-4 250.3 85.3 ? 676 84.4 11.6
2016-04-23 05:32:03 AAUSAT-4 344.2 0.0 ? 3065 85.9 12.5

2016-04-23 06:54:30 AAUSAT-4 212.0 0.0 ? 3032 103.5 23.7
2016-04-23 07:00:33 AAUSAT-4 273.7 16.5 ? 1702 104.8 24.5
2016-04-23 07:06:40 AAUSAT-4 335.3 0.0 ? 3067 106.2 25.3

2016-04-23 16:49:10 AAUSAT-4 30.7 0.0 ? 3004 271.0 14.7
2016-04-23 16:54:05 AAUSAT-4 78.0 7.9 ? 2129 272.1 14.1
2016-04-23 16:58:47 AAUSAT-4 125.9 0.0 ? 2841 273.0 13.4

2016-04-23 18:23:22 AAUSAT-4 18.2 0.0 ? 3021 290.5 2.4
2016-04-23 18:30:07 AAUSAT-4 99.2 47.0 ? 809 291.9 1.6
2016-04-23 18:36:23 AAUSAT-4 181.0 0.0 ? 2807 293.2 0.9

2016-04-23 19:58:19 AAUSAT-4 12.0 0.0 ? 3036 310.9 -8.9
2016-04-23 20:04:49 AAUSAT-4 300.8 30.8 ? 1091 312.4 -9.5
2016-04-23 20:10:53 AAUSAT-4 228.8 0.0 ? 2833 313.8 -10.1

2016-04-23 21:33:30 AAUSAT-4 8.2 0.0 ? 3038 333.3 -16.8
2016-04-23 21:38:22 AAUSAT-4 322.5 8.3 ? 2144 334.5 -17.1
2016-04-23 21:43:04 AAUSAT-4 276.0 0.0 ? 2904 335.7 -17.4

2016-04-23 23:08:31 AAUSAT-4 7.5 0.0 ? 3049 357.5 -20.0
2016-04-23 23:11:05 AAUSAT-4 345.2 1.6 ? 2820 358.2 -20.0
2016-04-23 23:13:36 AAUSAT-4 322.8 0.0 ? 2991 358.8 -20.1

2016-04-24 00:41:20 AAUSAT-4 26.4 0.0 ? 3069 21.3 -18.0
2016-04-24 00:43:23 AAUSAT-4 8.9 1.0 ? 2928 21.8 -17.8
2016-04-24 00:45:26 AAUSAT-4 351.1 0.0 ? 3039 22.3 -17.7

2016-04-24 02:11:35 AAUSAT-4 71.0 0.0 ? 3075 43.0 -11.4
2016-04-24 02:15:56 AAUSAT-4 31.9 5.8 ? 2442 44.0 -11.0
2016-04-24 02:20:16 AAUSAT-4 352.4 0.0 ? 3047 45.0 -10.6

2016-04-24 03:43:01 AAUSAT-4 117.0 0.0 ? 3056 63.1 -1.5
2016-04-24 03:49:15 AAUSAT-4 53.0 21.1 ? 1493 64.4 -0.7
2016-04-24 03:55:28 AAUSAT-4 349.3 0.0 ? 3053 65.7 0.5

2016-04-24 05:16:38 AAUSAT-4 162.3 0.0 ? 3032 82.5 10.8
2016-04-24 05:23:34 AAUSAT-4 257.7 87.7 ? 675 83.9 11.7
2016-04-24 05:30:33 AAUSAT-4 344.3 0.0 ? 3056 85.4 12.6

2016-04-24 06:52:57 AAUSAT-4 211.0 0.0 ? 3036 103.0 23.8
2016-04-24 06:59:02 AAUSAT-4 273.1 17.1 ? 1676 104.3 24.6
2016-04-24 07:05:12 AAUSAT-4 335.5 0.0 ? 3066 105.7 25.4

2016-04-24 08:35:14 AAUSAT-4 289.4 0.0 ? 3077 128.0 36.3
2016-04-24 08:35:52 AAUSAT-4 294.7 0.1 ? 3067 128.2 36.3
2016-04-24 08:36:31 AAUSAT-4 300.2 0.0 ? 3078 128.3 36.4

2016-04-24 16:47:44 AAUSAT-4 31.3 0.0 ? 2995 271.0 15.2
2016-04-24 16:52:33 AAUSAT-4 77.5 7.5 ? 2153 272.0 14.5
2016-04-24 16:57:09 AAUSAT-4 124.5 0.0 ? 2831 272.9 13.9

2016-04-24 18:21:54 AAUSAT-4 18.4 0.0 ? 3012 290.4 2.9
2016-04-24 18:28:37 AAUSAT-4 99.0 45.1 ? 823 291.8 2.1
2016-04-24 18:34:50 AAUSAT-4 180.0 0.0 ? 2794 293.1 1.3

2016-04-24 19:56:51 AAUSAT-4 12.1 0.0 ? 3026 310.8 -8.5
2016-04-24 20:03:20 AAUSAT-4 300.6 31.4 ? 1067 312.2 -9.1
2016-04-24 20:09:23 AAUSAT-4 228.0 0.0 ? 2819 313.6 -9.7

2016-04-24 21:32:02 AAUSAT-4 8.2 0.0 ? 3030 333.1 -16.4
2016-04-24 21:36:54 AAUSAT-4 322.2 8.4 ? 2125 334.3 -16.7
2016-04-24 21:41:36 AAUSAT-4 275.4 0.0 ? 2889 335.4 -17.0

2016-04-24 23:07:05 AAUSAT-4 7.1 0.0 ? 3040 357.2 -19.7
2016-04-24 23:09:38 AAUSAT-4 344.8 1.6 ? 2811 357.8 -19.7
2016-04-24 23:12:09 AAUSAT-4 322.4 0.0 ? 2981 358.5 -19.7

2016-04-25 00:39:58 AAUSAT-4 25.5 0.0 ? 3063 20.9 -17.7
2016-04-25 00:41:57 AAUSAT-4 8.4 0.9 ? 2931 21.4 -17.6
2016-04-25 00:43:54 AAUSAT-4 351.5 0.0 ? 3030 21.9 -17.5

2016-04-25 02:10:11 AAUSAT-4 70.2 0.0 ? 3076 42.6 -11.2
2016-04-25 02:14:29 AAUSAT-4 31.5 5.6 ? 2455 43.6 -10.8
2016-04-25 02:18:45 AAUSAT-4 352.6 0.0 ? 3038 44.6 -10.4

2016-04-25 03:41:35 AAUSAT-4 116.1 0.0 ? 3057 62.7 -1.3
2016-04-25 03:47:47 AAUSAT-4 52.8 20.6 ? 1513 64.0 -0.6
2016-04-25 03:53:57 AAUSAT-4 349.5 0.0 ? 3041 65.3 0.6

2016-04-25 05:15:08 AAUSAT-4 161.4 0.0 ? 3042 82.1 10.8
2016-04-25 05:22:05 AAUSAT-4 80.5 89.8 ? 674 83.5 11.8
2016-04-25 05:29:03 AAUSAT-4 344.4 0.0 ? 3048 84.9 12.7

2016-04-25 06:51:24 AAUSAT-4 209.9 0.0 ? 3041 102.5 23.8
2016-04-25 06:57:32 AAUSAT-4 272.7 17.6 ? 1650 103.9 24.7
2016-04-25 07:03:43 AAUSAT-4 335.7 0.0 ? 3059 105.3 25.5

2016-04-25 08:33:11 AAUSAT-4 284.5 0.0 ? 3076 127.3 36.4
2016-04-25 08:34:20 AAUSAT-4 294.3 0.3 ? 3042 127.6 36.5
2016-04-25 08:35:28 AAUSAT-4 303.9 0.0 ? 3076 127.9 36.6

2016-04-25 16:46:19 AAUSAT-4 31.9 0.0 ? 2981 270.9 15.6
2016-04-25 16:51:01 AAUSAT-4 77.1 7.0 ? 2178 271.9 15.0
2016-04-25 16:55:30 AAUSAT-4 122.9 0.0 ? 2817 272.8 14.4

2016-04-25 18:20:26 AAUSAT-4 18.6 0.0 ? 3004 290.3 3.3
2016-04-25 18:27:07 AAUSAT-4 98.8 43.3 ? 838 291.7 2.5
2016-04-25 18:33:16 AAUSAT-4 179.0 0.0 ? 2776 293.0 1.8

2016-04-25 19:55:23 AAUSAT-4 12.1 0.0 ? 3015 310.6 -8.0
2016-04-25 20:01:51 AAUSAT-4 300.3 32.1 ? 1043 312.1 -8.7
2016-04-25 20:07:53 AAUSAT-4 227.2 0.0 ? 2805 313.4 -9.3

2016-04-25 21:30:34 AAUSAT-4 8.1 0.0 ? 3021 332.8 -16.0
2016-04-25 21:35:26 AAUSAT-4 321.9 8.5 ? 2105 334.0 -16.3
2016-04-25 21:40:08 AAUSAT-4 274.7 0.0 ? 2874 335.2 -16.6

2016-04-25 23:05:39 AAUSAT-4 6.7 0.0 ? 3030 356.9 -19.4
2016-04-25 23:08:11 AAUSAT-4 344.5 1.6 ? 2801 357.5 -19.4
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Today mostly consisted of a meeting with the entire FYS!-team, in which we discussed the non-conformances that had occurred during the test campaign, including ideas for their origin and what could be done to solve them.
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!! 141311 - Vibration Test at ESTEC - Day 4

Today started with us performing a Low Level Sine sweep, which showed that everything inside the satellites seemed to be fine. We had a videographer stop by to shoot some video of the vibration testing, which is to be used for a video about the FYS!-program. After the sweep the FYS!-team spent a few hours dismounting the satellites form the deployer, after which the visual inspection of both satellites began. \\\

For AAUSAT4, a few spots had appeared on the solar panels. Also, some greasy residue, probably from the deployer, had appeared on the frame. It was also observed that the antennas had protruded on 3 out of 4 sides, with the two sides with the longer UHF antennas protruding the most. This could suggest that the cause of the protrusion lies in the wire holding the antenna, as a result of it being stretched during the test. Nothing can however be concluded yet, before AAUSAT4 has been inspected more in-depth.
A few NCR’s (non-conformances) were raised during the visible inspection, because of the protruded antennas and the dust/spots/grease.\\\

After the visual inspection had concluded, a Reduced Functional Test (RFT) was conducted, to see if AAUSAT4 was performing properly.\\
Unfortunately, this was not the case, since the satellite did not perform as expected in a few parts of the test.\\
It appeared as if there were some problems communicating with the satellite over CAN, and additionally the SWISS self-test failed. The SWISS subsystem is a pure software subsystem that contains the LOG and the FlightPlanner, which enables us to upload operations to the satellite which it is supposed to perform later in its orbit.
As of now, we do not yet have any ideas as to what might be the cause of the problems, but it is something we will look into, when performing a closer inspection and diagnostic of AAUSAT4, when we get back to Aalborg.\\\

During the RFT, we were interviewed for the previously mentioned FYS! video.\\

After the RFT, the entire testing procedure was finished, and we packed everything up and started writing some of the many non-conformance reports we have to fill out.
Tomorrow will consist of a debriefing meeting to summarize what has happened during the test campaign, and what will happen from now on with OUFTI-1 and AAUSAT4.

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!! 141211 - Vibration Test at ESTEC - Day 3
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Today, the actual vibration test begun. We started by doing a High Level Sine Sweep, where the frequency varied from 10 Hz to 200 Hz, but with much greater amplitude than the Low Level Sine Sweep from yesterday. After the sweep was completed, we went to inspect the satellites. Unfortunately, we observed that the antenna on the visible side of AAUSAT4 had extruded slightly due to the vibration. This could be interpreted as a partial deployment, but since the wire that was holding the antenna was still intact, it was more a displacement than a partial deployment. \\
It did however result in a discussion with the entire FYS!-team on whether we should continue the test campaign, based on if there would be an increased risk of the antennas deploying, as well as what the cause might be for the displacement. During the discussion, it was decided to continue the campaign, since we were very certain that the risk of the antennas deploying had not increased, and that there was no risk of the antennas harming neither AAUSAT4 nor OUFTI-1 in the unlikely event of an unintended deployment.\\
The next step in the test campaign was to conduct a Random Vibration test, where the vibrations happened at random frequencies. In-between the High Level Sine and the Random test, a Low Level Sine Sweep was conducted, to see if the resonance point of the satellites had changed, thus indicating that something may have moved inside the satellites. This was not the case, and it was also observed that the antennas on AAUSAT4 had not moved any further either.\\
After this, we went for lunch and meanwhile, the orientation of the deployer was changed to shake the satellites in the longitudinal direction (i.e. in the up-down direction). The procedure for this axis was the same as with the first axis, with the difference that the amplitude of the vibrations was greater, since the longitudinal axis is where the greatest acceleration will happen during launch. Afterwards another Random Vibration test was conducted. However during the inspection after the Random Vibration test, it was observed, that the wire holding the antenna on OUFTI-1 had breached. This unfortunate event led to the decision to stop the test campaign, since there was no reason to keep testing two satellites that were not going to pass the test. \\\
After this decision was made, we all decided to go to the event happening at the Space Expo center at ESTEC, which took place in conjunction with ESA trying to land the spacecraft “Philae” on a comet, as a part of the Rosetta mission.
Here we saw a livestream from the ESOC (European Space Operations Centre) from which Rosetta is being operated. Luckily, it seemed like the landing went well, although Philae might have rebounded from the first landing and then landed again. Overall, the event was very interesting, and it was very cool to be right at the center of things, at the moment when such an exciting and incredibly rare event takes place.
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Tomorrow, the plan is that we will do another Low Level Sine Sweep, just to make sure that nothing inside the satellites is broken, followed by the removal of the satellites from the deployer.
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After this, the FYS! Team started preparing for the actual vibration test. This involved checking if the vibration table functioned properly, as well as mounting the deployer on the vibration table. The team also mounted accelerometers onto the vibration table and the deployer as well as on OUFTI-1 and the dummy load separating AAUSAT4 and OUFTI-1 in the deployer, but not onto AAUSAT4 since there was not room to mount it on the satellite without the risk of doing structural damage.\\
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After this, the FYS! Team started preparing for the actual vibration test. This involved checking if the vibration table functioned properly, as well as mounting the deployer on the vibration table. The team also mounted accelerometers onto the vibration table and the deployer as well as on OUFTI-1 and the dummy load separating AAUSAT4 and OUFTI-1 in the deployer, but not onto AAUSAT4 since there was not room to mount it on the satellite without the risk of doing structural damage.
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After this, a Test Readiness Review (TRR) was held. A TRR is a meeting where everyone participating in the test are present, and are held to decide whether or not the satellites are ready to be tested. During this review, the plan for the testing is also discussed.\\

For the vibration test, the plan is to test one axis at a time (one axis per day was expected as a realistic timeframe), with a visual inspection of the satellites in between each change of axis. The TRR also involved discussing if there were any non-conformances on the satellites that would invalidate the test. Since this was not the case, it was decided to begin the testing by conducting a Low Level Sine test i.e. vibrating the satellites with G-forces at lower levels than those in the real test. This was done to make sure everything performed as expected. After the Low Level Sine test, a visual inspection of the satellites was performed. After this, it was decided to stop for the day and begin the actual vibration test tomorrow, which were are looking forward to.\\
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After this, a Test Readiness Review (TRR) was held. A TRR is a meeting where everyone participating in the test are present, and are held to decide whether or not the satellites are ready to be tested. During this review, the plan for the testing is also discussed.

For the vibration test, the plan is to test one axis at a time (one axis per day was expected as a realistic timeframe), with a visual inspection of the satellites in between each change of axis. The TRR also involved discussing if there were any non-conformances on the satellites that would invalidate the test. Since this was not the case, it was decided to begin the testing by conducting a Low Level Sine test i.e. vibrating the satellites with G-forces at lower levels than those in the real test. This was done to make sure everything performed as expected. After the Low Level Sine test, a visual inspection of the satellites was performed. After this, it was decided to stop for the day and begin the actual vibration test tomorrow, which were are looking forward to.
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After this, the FYS! Team started preparing for the actual vibration test. This involved checking if the vibration table functioned properly, as well as mounting the deployer on the vibration table. The team also mounted accelerometers onto the vibration table and the deployer as well as on OUFTI-1 and the dummy load separating AAUSAT4 and OUFTI-1 in the deployer, but not onto AAUSAT4 since there was not room to mount it on the satellite without the risk of doing structural damage.

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After this, the FYS! Team started preparing for the actual vibration test. This involved checking if the vibration table functioned properly, as well as mounting the deployer on the vibration table. The team also mounted accelerometers onto the vibration table and the deployer as well as on OUFTI-1 and the dummy load separating AAUSAT4 and OUFTI-1 in the deployer, but not onto AAUSAT4 since there was not room to mount it on the satellite without the risk of doing structural damage.\\
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After this, a Test Readiness Review (TRR) was held. A TRR is a meeting where everyone participating in the test are present, and are held to decide whether or not the satellites are ready to be tested. During this review, the plan for the testing is also discussed.

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After this, a Test Readiness Review (TRR) was held. A TRR is a meeting where everyone participating in the test are present, and are held to decide whether or not the satellites are ready to be tested. During this review, the plan for the testing is also discussed.\\

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!! 141111 - Vibration Test at ESTEC - Day 2
Our second day at ESTEC started with us checking if the kill switches on the satellite were pressed as they are supposed to be when the satellite is in the deployer. We also conducted a visual inspection, to make sure nothing had happened to the satellite after we mounted it in the deployer yesterday.
After this, the FYS! Team started preparing for the actual vibration test. This involved checking if the vibration table functioned properly, as well as mounting the deployer on the vibration table. The team also mounted accelerometers onto the vibration table and the deployer as well as on OUFTI-1 and the dummy load separating AAUSAT4 and OUFTI-1 in the deployer, but not onto AAUSAT4 since there was not room to mount it on the satellite without the risk of doing structural damage.
Meanwhile, a committee from the ESA administration stopped by and had a brief tour of the cleanroom, and an introduction to the purpose of AAUSAT4 and OUFTI-1.
After this, a Test Readiness Review (TRR) was held. A TRR is a meeting where everyone participating in the test are present, and are held to decide whether or not the satellites are ready to be tested. During this review, the plan for the testing is also discussed.
For the vibration test, the plan is to test one axis at a time (one axis per day was expected as a realistic timeframe), with a visual inspection of the satellites in between each change of axis. The TRR also involved discussing if there were any non-conformances on the satellites that would invalidate the test. Since this was not the case, it was decided to begin the testing by conducting a Low Level Sine test i.e. vibrating the satellites with G-forces at lower levels than those in the real test. This was done to make sure everything performed as expected. After the Low Level Sine test, a visual inspection of the satellites was performed. After this, it was decided to stop for the day and begin the actual vibration test tomorrow, which were are looking forward to.

The photos from today have been uploaded to our Flickr page:\\
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!! 10-11-2014 - Vibration Test Day 1
In preparation for the vibration test of AAUSAT4 at the ESTEC facilities, the weekend was spent completing the Mission Test and preparing the satellite. This was done by rewinding the antennas and securing all the screws and connectors with epoxy, as well as performing an RFT (reduced functional test) to make sure the satellite was performing as expected.

After getting up at 4 AM to catch our plane to the Netherlands, we landed in Amsterdam around 7:30, and then took the train and bus to the ESTEC facility. Here we were greeted by the Fly Your Satellite! Team, and immediately headed to the cleanroom to perform a visual inspection of the satellite to make sure it had not been damaged during transportation.

After the visual inspection, an RFT was performed, to make sure the satellite was also performing as expected after transportation.

During the vibration test, AAUSAT4 is accompanied by the Belgian OUFTI-1 satellite, another satellite which is part of the FYS!-program. After lunch, we had to measure the dimensions of the satellite, to verify that it complies with the requirements, so we are sure that it will fit in the deployer.

Then it was time to fit the CubeSat’s in the deployer very carefully, and start tightening the springs in the bottom of the deployer, to make sure the satellites are firmly secured, so they are not bumping into each other during the test.

After spending a few hours observing the ESA staff doing this, we decided to head back to our Bed n’ Breakfast and conclude our first, long, day here in the Netherlands.
Tomorrow, we will begin the actual vibration test.
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!! Nov 2014
We will in middle of Novmber carry out the last tests at Estec - stay tuned.
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A very good history at[[https://www.sparnordfonden.dk/om-spar-nord-fonden/cases/forskning/med-den-foerste-dansker-i-rummet.aspx| Spar Nord Fonden and AAUSATs]]
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[[https://www.sparnordfonden.dk/om-spar-nord-fonden/cases/forskning/med-den-foerste-dansker-i-rummet.aspx| Spar Nord Fonden and AAUSATs]]
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!! 140711 Day 4 at ESTEC

With the satellite already at 0 degrees we were already well on our way to reach the minimum non operational temperature of -20 degrees. Most of the day was spent on waiting for the temperature to first settle at the minimum non operational temperature and afterwards get it up to the minimum operational temperature (at -10 degrees). At this point a new RRFT was performed in order again establish the health and well being of AAUSAT4. While the RRFT was passed without any problems, we encountered some discrepancies during temperature readings.\\
In this case it was a temperature sensor on one of the sides that was giving a reading outside of the acceptable range (a difference of over 10 degrees). Also an internal temperature sensor was giving a reading which was outside of the expected range (over 2 degrees). It was concluded that the non acceptable reading of the side was due to a wrong bias (the sensor not being callibrated correctly), which we will be able to handle after the thermal vacuum test. For the internal sensor the difference was attributed to the subsystem being in thermal transition. We had just turned the subsystem on, prior to making the reading so the temperature sensor under test and the control temperature sensors were giving different measurements do to th distance between them. So in reality the reading is most likely thermally delayed.\\
After these non conformances had been reported the day was at an end, and we turned off the satellite and the thermal vacuum chamber was set to ambient temperature for the weekend.\\

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So after a night in vacuum we were eager to see if AAUSAT4 was still well. The thermal vacuum chamber had reached a pressure of 10 nanobar during the night and by visual inspection the satellite seemed okay. We proceeded to start the hot cycle.\\
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!! 140710 Day 3 at ESTEC

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So after a night in vacuum we were eager to see if AAUSAT4 was still well. The the thermal vacuum chamber had reached a pressure of 10 nanobar during the night and by visual inspection the satellite seemed okay. We proceeded to start the hot cycle.\\
The goal of the day was to reach the maximum non operational temperature (55 degrees), stay there for 1-2 hours, then go down to the maximum operational temperature (45 degrees) and do an RFT and then go down to 0 degrees preparing for the cold cycle to be done next day.\\
The maximum non operational hot temperature was reached faster than expected, using only 3 hours. We dwelled there for a little over an hour and then proceeded to lower the temperature down to the maximum operational temperature.\\
At this point we performed a "Reduced Reduced Function Test" (RRFT) which is a reduced version of the RFT in order to save time. The RRFT test only takes between 15-20 minutes to perform where the RFT takes between 35-40 minutes to perform. This RRFT was done succesfully. However, we encountered a peculiar result. The malfunctioning temperature sesnor from day 2 was now reading temperatures in the correct range. From here we decided to not do anything about it and see how the temperature sensor will act in the coming days and temperature cycles.\\
After the RRFT was done and passed during the hot cycle, we set a new set point for the thermal vacuum chamber at 0 degrees, where it would dwell for the night while AAUSAT4 would be turned off.

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!! Test campaign at ESTEC
The purpose of our stay at ESTEC is to expose AAUSAT4 to two different environmental tests: a thermal vacuum test and a vibration test.\\
The purpose of the thermal vacuum test is to place AAUSAT4 in an environment like the one present in orbit. This means placing AAUSAT4 in a thermal vacuum chamber which can pump out all the air thus creating a vacuum, and then also heat and cool the satellite while it's inside. The satellite will undergo several hot and cold cycles like it would in space. While these thermal cycles are performed we will be monitoring the health of the satellite by performing small functional tests which are designed to test all satellite functionalities work as expected.\\
The vibration test will expose the satellite to g-forces and vibrations it will experience during the rocket launch in to space. This will be done by placing the satellite on a shaker which is able to shake the satellite at specific frequencies with specific loads (g-forces). We will be performing functionality tests both before and after in order to establish the health and functionality of AAUSAT4.

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!! 140708 Test campaign at ESTEC
The purpose of our stay at ESTEC is to expose AAUSAT4 to two different environmental tests: a thermal vacuum test and a vibration test.\\
The purpose of the thermal vacuum test is to place AAUSAT4 in an environment like the one present in orbit. This means placing AAUSAT4 in a thermal vacuum chamber which can pump out all the air thus creating a vacuum, and then also heat and cool the satellite while it's inside. The satellite will undergo several hot and cold cycles like it would in space. While these thermal cycles are performed we will be monitoring the health of the satellite by performing small functional tests which are designed to test all satellite functionalities work as expected.\\
The vibration test will expose the satellite to g-forces and vibrations it will experience during the rocket launch in to space. This will be done by placing the satellite on a shaker which is able to shake the satellite at specific frequencies with specific loads (g-forces). We will be performing functionality tests both before and after in order to establish the health and functionality of AAUSAT4.

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The day started off where the other left off. Basicly we were to finalize all of the integration of AAUSAT4 in to the thermal vacuum chamber. While it had been established that we could charge the satellite and monitor voltage, we still did not know whether communication was possible through wire or radio.\\
We attempted to perform a RFT with the satellite hanging inside the thermal vacuum chamber with attached wire, but with the door still open. However, it was not possible to communicate with AAUSAT4 via our groundstation. At first we were concerned that the cable through which we were attempting to communicate was too long, though the cable was tested at AAU.\\
It was established that it was a simple case of using a wrong software version for the groundstation. A quick restart with the correct version and we were able to do an RFT. During the test we discovered that one of our temperature sensors on our side panels are giving incorrect readings. When working with ESA this means that we had to submit a "Non Conformance Report" (NCR) explaining what was wrong and what action we recommend be taken. Since the component is not mission critical we recommended that the test should proceed.\\
After the RFT was done we could now close the chamber. Before the thermal vacuum test could be initiated though, we were to have Test Readiness Review (TRR) which is a meeting that will establish if the test is allowed to be initiated. At this meeting we had the ESA education department personel and the test facility personel present. The status of AAUSAT4 was reviewed, as well as the integration and the NCR with the faulty sensor was discussed. It was finally agreed by all parties that the thermal vacuum test could be initiated.\\
Directly following the TRR we started pumping out air of the thermal vacuum chamber and which will establish an environment with vacuum but ambient temperature levels.\\
When we reached an acceptable vacuum level (in this case 90 nanobar), we did a new RFT to ensure that AAUSAT4 was still functioning. After the good health of the satellite had been establiblished we (and the satellite) were ready for the first hot temperature cycle. However, the day was at an end and the AAUSAT4 was turned off and left in vacuum during the night.\\
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Upon arrival at ESTEC we were greeted by the Fly Your Satellite! team who are going to be helping and overseeing us throughout our stay at their facility.\\ Almost immediately we went to the testing facility with all of our equipment and of course our satellite AAUSAT4. The first test we are to perform is the thermal vacuum test. So most of our first day was spent on establishing a testing station beside the thermal vacuum chamber. After the testing station had been established it was time to turn our attention to AAUSAT4. It had been almost a 9 our drive here, so it was of great interrest to perform a visual inspection of the satellite and also to perform what we call a "Reduced Functional Test" or "RFT". The RFT is a test designed to quickly establish if AAUSAT4 is in good health and that nothing is broken (electrically). The visual inspection did not show any signs of damage from the trip, and during the RFT only a few kinks were encountered which were caused by issuing a wrong command during the test. But the RFT was also passed and the satellite was in fact in good health after the long trip.\\
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Upon arrival at ESTEC we were greeted by the Fly Your Satellite! team who are going to be helping and overseeing us throughout our stay at their facility.\\
Almost immediately we went to the testing facility with all of our equipment and of course our satellite AAUSAT4. The first test we are to perform is the thermal vacuum test. So most of our first day was spent on establishing a testing station beside the thermal vacuum chamber. After the testing station had been established it was time to turn our attention to AAUSAT4. It had been almost a 9 our drive here, so it was of great interrest to perform a visual inspection of the satellite and also to perform what we call a "Reduced Functional Test" or "RFT". The RFT is a test designed to quickly establish if AAUSAT4 is in good health and that nothing is broken (electrically). The visual inspection did not show any signs of damage from the trip, and during the RFT only a few kinks were encountered which were caused by issuing a wrong command during the test. But the RFT was also passed and the satellite was in fact in good health after the long trip.\\
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!!! Test campaign at ESTEC
The purpose of our stay at ESTEC is to expose AAUSAT4 to two different environmental tests: a thermal vacuum test and a vibration test.\\
The purpose of the thermal vacuum test is to place AAUSAT4 in an environment like the one present in orbit. This means placing AAUSAT4 in a thermal vacuum chamber which can pump out all the air thus creating a vacuum, and then also heat and cool the satellite while it's inside. The satellite will undergo several hot and cold cycles like it would in space. While these thermal cycles are performed we will be monitoring the health of the satellite by performing small functional tests which are designed to test all satellite functionalities work as expected.\\
The vibration test will expose the satellite to g-forces and vibrations it will experience during the rocket launch in to space. This will be done by placing the satellite on a shaker which is able to shake the satellite at specific frequencies with specific loads (g-forces). We will be performing functionality tests both before and after in order to establish the health and functionality of AAUSAT4.

!!! Day 1
After a long nights drive we arrived at our Bed n Breakfast at 1:30 in the night only to be at ESTEC the next morning.\\
Upon arrival at ESTEC we were greeted by the Fly Your Satellite! team who are going to be helping and overseeing us throughout our stay at their facility.\\ Almost immediately we went to the testing facility with all of our equipment and of course our satellite AAUSAT4. The first test we are to perform is the thermal vacuum test. So most of our first day was spent on establishing a testing station beside the thermal vacuum chamber. After the testing station had been established it was time to turn our attention to AAUSAT4. It had been almost a 9 our drive here, so it was of great interrest to perform a visual inspection of the satellite and also to perform what we call a "Reduced Functional Test" or "RFT". The RFT is a test designed to quickly establish if AAUSAT4 is in good health and that nothing is broken (electrically). The visual inspection did not show any signs of damage from the trip, and during the RFT only a few kinks were encountered which were caused by issuing a wrong command during the test. But the RFT was also passed and the satellite was in fact in good health after the long trip.\\
After these initial tests the satellite was intergrated in to the thermal vacuum chamber. This meant hanging the satellite in suspension inside the thermal vacuum chamber and attaching electrical connections through wire to monitor the satellite health. During this thermal vacuum test the satellite will primarily be operated by wired electrical connection, but we will also be testing the radio communication and attempt issuing commands by radio.\\
Finally after the thermal chamber integration it was established that our most basic electrical connections to the satellite worked and that we could charge the satellite batteries through wire. At this point it was late afternoon and it was time to go home to our hotel.

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Yesterday we had our first day of visit at ESA for the kickoff workshop for FYS phase 2. We heard a lot of people present the different tests that AAUSAT4 and AAUSAT5 are going to undergo. The tests are mainly a thermal vacuum and vibration test. The picture below shows one of the big vacuum chambers that ESA has in their laboratory.
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!! 131125 STATUS - 100 days
Since August we have upgraded an documented AAUSAT3 according to ESA requirements.

We do call it AAUSAT4 and will fly a modernized version of our AIS receiver which has shown very good performance on AAUSAT3. Furthermore an upgrade of our ADCS system and removal of our static ADCS (read magnet) will give an even better performance - we hope.

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The AAUSAT3 mechanical design is currently being updated for the AAUSAT4 mission. Changes includes simplification of production and integration, and solar panels on all 6 sides. Hence we have to change the frame and the antenna to fit the 1U heign, so we chose to also make some performance enhancements to the antenna.
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We have now started building project database for autumn 2013. Everybody are welcome to send in proposals. Email jdn@space.aau.dk

* [[sem3el-13 | 3. semester electronics]]
* [[sem3itc-13 | 3. semester ITC]]
* [[sem3cs-13 | 3. semester CS software]]
* [[sem5el-13 | 5. semester electronics]]
* [[sem5itc-13 | 5. semester ITC]]
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* [[sem7itc-13 | 7. semester ITC]]
* [[sem9el-13 | 9. semester electronics]]
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!! NEWS May 2013

We have been pre qualified for an ESA Education cubesat mission together with five other cubesats :-)


This homepage will be updated in the very near future

stay tuned

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AAUSAT4 will be the fourth cubesat from Aalborg University.

The work on AAUSAT4 starts spring 2013 just around launch for [[http://space.aau.dk/aausat3 | AAUSAT3]].


!! Project Proposals
Proposals for spring 2013 is below:

* [[sem4 | Fourth Semester]]
* [[sem6 | Sixth Semester]]
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!!! Background for AAUSAT4.
AAUSAT4 is a continuation of the previous 3 student satellites from Aalborg University. (links on right side).

AAU CUBESAT (2001-2003) was a "yes we can" project and did show that it is possible for students to construct and launch a satellite within two years.
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We hope we can continue in that direction. We surely do believe that many of the skills the students is given can be used for a highly scientific payload.

Time of writing (January 2013) we propose the following scientific payloads to be hosted on AAUSAT4

* AIS next generation. AIS from space are internationally very hot. We will together with Farvandsvæsenet propose development of next generation and fly it
* QB50. We are participating in design of a very low orbit mission with 50 satellites in total. The satellites will be a student part together with a given scientific payload.
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AAUSAT4 is a continuation of the previous 3 student satellites from Aalborg University. (links on right side).

AAU CUBESAT (2001-2003) was a "yes we can" project and did show that it is possible for students to construct and launch a satellite within two years.
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AAUSAT-II was the first attempt to fly a scientific payload. The mission was a very great success but the payload did give problems.
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AAUSAT3 is launched February 2013 and holds a real pro [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automatic_Identification_System | AIS]] payload which contains a number of highly advanced solutions for retrieve and analysis of the AIS signals.

We hope we can continue in that direction. We surely do believe that many of the skills the students is given can be used for a highly scientific payload.

Time of writing (January 2013) we propose the following scientific payloads to be hosted on AAUSAT4

* AIS next generation. AIS from space are internationally very hot. We will together with Farvandsvæsenet propose development of next generation and fly it
* QB50. We are participating in design of a very low orbit mission with 50 satellites in total. The satellites will be a student part together with a given scientific payload.
* your idea - we will really like to hear about it :-)


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!!! Background for AAUSAT4.
AAUSAT4 is a continuation of the previous 3 student satellites from Aalborg University. (links on right side).

AAU CUBESAT (2001-2003) was a "yes we can" project and did show that it is possible for students to construct and launch a satellite within two years.
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AAUSAT-II was the first attempt to fly a scientific payload. The mission was a very great success but the payload did give problems.
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We hope we can continue in that direction. We surely do believe that many of the skills the students is given can be used for a highly scientific payload.

Time of writing (January 2013) we propose the following scientific payloads to be hosted on AAUSAT4

* AIS next generation. AIS from space are internationally very hot. We will together with Farvandsvæsenet propose development of next generation and fly it
* QB50. We are participating in design of a very low orbit mission with 50 satellites in total. The satellites will be a student part together with a given scientific payload.
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AAU CUBESAT (2001-2003) was a "yes we can" project and did show that it is possible for students to construct and launch a satellite within two years.

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Proposals for spring 2013 is below:

* [[sem4 | Fourth Semester]]
* [[sem6 | Sixth Semester]]

For more information please contact Jens (jdn@es.aau.dk) or Jesper (jal@es.aau.dk)
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The work on AAUSAT3 started around 2007/2008 just after launch of AAUSAT-II (April 2008).

We are now waiting for launch on PSLV-20 from ISRO's launch site at Chennai in India.
On this front page you can follow the launch.

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We are working hard on our Blue Box ground station. It is a small - with USB interface - radio for receiving communication from AAUSAT3. It is based on the same ADF radio chip as AAUSAT3.

If any body are interested in helping us we would be happy to hear from you. We have a limited number of Blue Boxes for you out there. We cant promise everybody to borrow one but let's us know and we will take a look on it. Our major preference is HAM people far away from Aalborg so we can extend the contact to AAUSAT3 - but any case please contact us.
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AAUSAT3 has in week 39 passed all tests at SFL in Toronto and is now ready for launch.

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Tests are covers up to 10G and frequencies below 1 kHz.

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!! Sep 2012 - At SFL Labs, Toronto
!!! 26. Sep 2012 - Tests are now completed
Last news from SFL from Troels and Jesper:

AAUSAT3 is now approved for launch :-) All tests went well and AAUSAT3 is integrated in our own POD.
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So we are now waiting on launch.

!!! 25. Sep 2012 - At SFL Laboratory
Things are progressing as expected. Tests has up until now been successful on FM as well as QM. We hope that next news will be that FM is integrated in the POD(deployment unit)

!!! 24. Sep 2012 - Arrived Toronto SFL
Jesper and Troels on way to first working and testing day at SFL

!!! 23. Sep 2012 - Aalborg Airport inspecting cubesat box - PASSED :-)

#: Q: What's that ?
#: A: It's two satellites on way to launch
#: Reaction from security: oh ... well okay :-)

Conclusion: we are traveling to much with satellites :-)

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We are working hard on our Blue Box ground station. It is a small - with USB interface - radio for receiving communication from AAUSAT3. It is based on the same ADF radio chip as AAUSAT3.

It is our humble intention to give it away to people who will help us listening to AAUSAT3.
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!! 21. Nov 2012 - Blue Box Ground Station
We are working hard on our Blue Box ground station. It is a small - with USB interface - radio for receving communication from AAUSAT3. It is based on the same ADF radio chip as AAUSAT3. More info at [[http://satlab.org]].
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The picture shows one of the two vibration setup at Toronto. The test shall ensure mechanical stability and test robustness of antenna deployment system.

Tests are covers up to 10G and frequencies below 1 kHz.
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On this main page news and info will pile up - newest at top - oldest at bottom ...

so stay tuned :-)
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%rfloat margin-right=25px width=200px% http://space.aau.dk/picts/a3/Sa3.jpg|AAUSAT3 ready for flight.

You have found the homepage for AAUSAT3. The third cubesat from Aalborg University.
The work on AAUSAT3 started around 2007/2008 just after launch of AAUSAT-II (April 2008).

We are now waiting for launch on PSLV-20 from ISRO's launch site at Chennai in India.
On this front page you can follow the launch.


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!! 21. Nov 2012 - Launch delayed until ultimo January
Launch has been delayed to late January 2013 due to problems with the main payload.

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!! 26. Sep 2012 - AAUSAT3 has passed all tests

AAUSAT3 has in week 39 passed all tests at SFL in Toronto and is now ready for launch.

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!! Sep 2012 - At SFL Labs, Toronto
!!! 26. Sep 2012 - Tests are now completed
Last news from SFL from Troels and Jesper:

AAUSAT3 is now approved for launch :-) All tests went well and AAUSAT3 is integrated in our own POD.

([[http://space.aau.dk/picts/a3-shakertable.mp4| Click on picture (or here) for a shaking movie]])

So we are now waiting on launch.

!!! 25. Sep 2012 - At SFL Laboratory
Things are progressing as expected. Tests has up until now been successful on FM as well as QM. We hope that next news will be that FM is integrated in the POD(deployment unit)

!!! 24. Spe 2012 - Arrived Toronto SFL
Jesper and Troels on way to first working and testing day at SFL

!!! 23. Sep 2012 - Aalborg Airport inspecting cubesat box - PASSED :-)

#: Q: What's that ?
#: A: It's two satellites on way to launch
#: Reaction from security: oh ... well okay :-)

Conclusion: we are traveling to much with satellites :-)

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'' (C) AAUSAT3 team - 2012 ''