FUNcube-1 Satellite Launch


Today I’m off to Bletchley Park, home of the National Radio Centre, where I’ll be joining the FUNcube team are coordinating early operations for the FUNcube-1 satellite, due for launch on 21 November at 07:10:11Z.

I’ll be returning on Friday 22 November, so please feel free to place your interest in the FUNcube Dongle receiver here. Manufacturing is currently running at full speed, producing around 100 units/day, so you shouldn’t have to wait long for your order.

Many thanks, Howard

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2 Responses to FUNcube-1 Satellite Launch

  1. Earl Bennett, KD2CYA says:

    Hello, Howard:
    I looked on the NASA satellite download for the Kepler elements to use in Satpc 32 but did not see the Funcube in the listing. Is it there, or in the Amsat listing, under another name/designation? Should I be going to the U.K. site to download these?

    73, Earl Bennett

  2. admin says:

    Hello Earl

    The latest information, including TLEs, is on the satellite is here:

    Many thanks, Howard