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Detailed information about JAS 1B (FUJI 2) satellite

Designator id: 1990-013C

Description of JAS 1B (FUJI 2) Satellite:

JAS-1B (Japanese Amateur Radio Satellite) was launched by the same 2-stage H-1 rocket that launched MOS-1B. It succeeded JAS 1 (Oscar 12), Japan's first communications satellite linking amateur radio operators. JAS-1B operated as a store and forward message service. Uplink frequency was 144 MHz; downlink was 435 MHz. The satellite, deployed by the Japan Amateur Radio League, was 0.44 m in diameter, and 0.47 m long. A turnstile antenna ring at its base received signals and 4 transmitting antennas extended from the top. Body mounted solar cells supplied 10 W. The national name of this satellite is Fuji-2 meaning "wisteria" in Japanese.


Technical data:

Launch Date: 1990-02-07
Launch Vehicle: H-1
Launch Site: Tanegashima, Japan
Mass: 50.0 kg

Funding Agencies:

Unknown (Japan)

Disciplines:

Communications

Source: Nasa

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 20480U 90013C   12339.22250803 -.00000008  00000-0  53703-4 0  2890
2 20480 099.0587 037.3385 0540036 182.8943 176.8985 12.83381145 69304

Last TLE update on :2012-12-04

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