しんえん2_CG(A4)_0220(しんえん2)

SHINEN 2 (SHIN-EN 2) reaches its closest point to the earth

on December 4, 2015.

【To ham operators】

These are specifications when SHIN-EN 2 reaches its closest point to the earth.

Distance of the closest approach: 5,715,777 km

Date and time of the closest approach: December 4, 2015, 10:27(GMT)

 

These are conditions (Declination, Right Ascension, Elevation, Azimuth and Doppler effect frequency) from November 30 to December 6.

⇒ 北九州(Kitakyushu, 33.8945476, 130.879501)

⇒ 蒲郡(Gamagori, 34.8265, 137.219516)

⇒ 福島・新館(Fkushima・Niidate, 37.384051, 140.589519)

⇒ ヒューストン(Houston, 29.760427, -95.369803)

⇒ グリーンバンク(Green Bank, West Virginia, 38.419531, -79.831808)

⇒ アムステルダム(Amsterdam, 52.370216, 4.895168)

⇒ ワルシャワ(Warsaw, 52.229676, 21.012229)

⇒ 熊本(Kumamoto, 32.8031, 130.707891)

⇒ JAXA内之浦(JAXA Uchinoura, 31.246853, 131.078897)

⇒ 山口(Yamaguchi, 34.178496, 131.473727)

⇒ 大阪(Osaka, 34.693738, 135.502165)

⇒ 名古屋(Nagoya, 35.181446, 136.906398)

⇒ 長野(Nagano, 36.64855, 138.194243)

⇒ 東京(Tokyo, 35.689488, 139.691706)

⇒ 仙台(Sendai, 38.268215, 140.869356)

⇒ 札幌(Sapporo, 43.062096, 141.354376)

⇒ 北見(Kitami, 43.804031, 143.895876)

 

In SHIN-EN 2, the radiation sensor which Prairie View A&M University and NASA developed was equipped with.
In the signals of C line, these observation data are included.
Because these reception data are very valuable scientifically, please report the data to us.

Professor of the Kyushu Institute of Technology, Graduate school of Engineering, Kei-ichi OKUYAMA:  okuyama@ise.kyutech.ac.jp  

Professor of the Aichi University of the Technology, Graduate school of Engineering, Masanori NIHIO:  nishio-masanori@aut.ac.jp

Please report it to Prof. FUKUSHIMA about your situation of the reception
Professor of Kagoshima University, Graduate school of Engineering, Seiji FUKUSHIMA: jh6rto@m.ieice.org

 

Shin-en2 Telemetry Signal Power details

 

★ Telemetry Line (C Line)

Frequency, Link Design

Downlink  (Shin-en2 -> Ground)



(1) Down-link: 437.385MHz
(2) Up-link: Closed.

SHIN-EN 2 was equipped with a radiation sensor which Prairie View A&M University and NASA developed.
In the signal of the telemetry line (C Line), measured data are included.
This is very important scientifically.
If you succeeded in the reception, please send us the data.
We will send something present about SHIN-EN 2 to you.

Professor of the Kyushu Institute of Technology, Graduate school of Engineering, Kei-ichi OKUYAMA: okuyama@ise.kyutech.ac.jp

Professor of the Aichi University of the Technology, Graduate school of Engineering, Masanori NIHIO: nishio-masanori@aut.ac.jp

 

★ Transponder Line (A Line)  This line will be occupied ham operators.

Frequency, Link Design

Downlink  (Shin-en2 -> Ground)

(1) Down-link: Designated frequency 435.270MHz (435.280-435.260MHz)
(2) Up-link    : Designated frequency 145.950MHz (145.940–145.960MHz)

 

★ Beacon Line  (B Line)

Frequency, Link Design

Downlink  (Shin-en2 -> Ground)

A call sign of SHINEN2: JG6YIG
(1) Down-link: 437.505MHz
(2) Up-link: None

 

These are specifications when SHIN-EN 2 reaches its closest point to the earth.
Distance of the closest approach:  5,715,777 km

The date and time of the closest approach: December 4, 2015, 10:27(GMT)

 

しんえん2軌道

無題

 Relations with the distance from the earth and the day when passed after launching.

 

To the ham operator who wants to try the signal reception.

Please send your E-mail to Prof. OKUYAMA.

We will send a detailed calculation result about Declination, Right Ascension, Elevation and Azimuth of your area to you.

Professor of the Kyushu Institute of Technology, Graduate school of Engineering, Kei-ichi OKUYAMA: okuyama@ise.kyutech.ac.jp

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[Information of the signal which ham operators received in the past]

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Separation of Shinen2 (Shin-En2),   December 3, 2014 15:16:06

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[December 9, 2014]
Telemetry Line, C system
Reception time: 5:54 (JST)

Approximate position of Shinen2: 2,310,000 km from the erath

[December 8, 2014]
Telemetry Line, C system
Reception time: 00:00 (JST)
Reception place: Latitude 52.3 degrees, Longitude 5.5 degrees
Approximate position of Shinen2: 1,894,000 km from the erath

[December 7,2014]
Telemetry Line, C system
Reception time: 06:27 (JST)
Reception place: Latitude 52.3 degrees, Longitude 21.0 degrees
Approximate position of Shinen2: 1,510,000 km from the erath

[December 7,2014]
Telemetry Line, C system
Reception time: 0:00 (JST)
Reception place: Latitude  34.0 degrees, Longitude  131.8  degrees
Approximate position of Shinen2: 1,450,000 km from the erath

[December 5,2014]
Telemetry Line, C system
Reception time: 09:00 (JST)
Approximate position of Shinen2: 770,000 km from the erath

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[December 4,2014]
Telemetry Line, C system
Reception time: 21:11
Reception place: Latitude 35.4 degrees,  Longitude  139.6 degrees
Elevation angle: 17 degrees
Azimuth angle: 148 degrees
Reception frequency: 437.3380 MHz
Approximate position of Shinen2:  530,000  km from the erath

[December 3,2014]
Telemetry Line, C system
Reception time: From 23:45
Reception place: Latitude 34.83 degrees, Longitude 137.19 degrees
Elevation angle: 24.7 degrees
Azimuth : 137.19 degrees
Reception frequency: 437.3776MHz
Approximate position of Shinen2: 200,000km from the earth

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【December 9, 2014】 (Kita-Kyusyu)

Observation start: 19:21 (azimuth 125.8 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)
The biggest attack angle: 23:52 (azimuth declination 180.0 degrees, elevation angle 27.0 degrees)
Observation end: 04:23 (azimuth declination 234.2 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)

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【December 8, 2014】 (Kita-Kyusyu)

Observation start: 19:25 (azimuth 125.9 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)
The biggest attack angle: 23:55 (azimuth declination 179.8 degrees, elevation angle 26.9 degrees)
Observation end: 04:26 (azimuth declination 234.0 degrees, elevation angle 0.1 degrees)

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December 7, 2014】 (Kita-Kyusyu)

Observation start: 19:29 (azimuth 126.0 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)
The biggest attack angle: 00:00 (azimuth declination 180.4 degrees, elevation angle 26.9 degrees)
Observation end: 04:29 (azimuth declination 233.9 degrees, elevation angle 0.2 degrees)

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【December 6, 2014】 (Kita-Kyusyu)

Observation start: 19:32 (azimuth 126.1 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)
The biggest attack angle: 00:02 (azimuth declination 180.0 degrees, elevation angle 26.8 degrees)
Observation end: 04:32 (azimuth declination 233.9 degrees, elevation angle 0.1 degrees)

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【December 5, 2014】 (Kita-Kyusyu)

Observation start: 19:35 (azimuth 126.1 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)
The biggest attack angle: 00:05 (azimuth declination 180.1 degrees, elevation angle 26.7 degrees)
Observation end: 04:34 (azimuth declination 233.8 degrees, elevation angle 0.1 degrees)

 

【December 4, 2014】 (Kita-Kyusyu)

Observation start: 19:37 (azimuth 126.3 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)
The biggest attack angle: 00:10 (azimuth declination 181.3 degrees, elevation angle 26.6 degrees)
Observation end: 04:35 (azimuth declination 233.8 degrees, elevation angle 0.0 degrees)

【December 3, 2014】 (Kita-Kyusyu)
Observation start: 19:22(declination -27.7 degrees, right ascension 28.0 degrees, attack angle 4.7 degrees)
The biggest attack angle: 23:19 (declination -28.4 degrees, right ascension 23.7, degrees attack angle 23.9 degrees)
Observation end: 03:41 (declination -28.7 degrees, right ascension 21.8 degrees, attack angle 0.1 degrees)

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 Orbit information of Shinen2

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【Launching information】

図5

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Launching date: Monday, December 3, 2014
Launching planned time: 13:22:04 (Japan Standard Time)
Separation of SHINEN2: 15:16:06 (Japan Standard Time)

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