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KySat-2 Flies

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Published on Mar 7, 2014

As of Nov. 19 at roughly 10:30p EST, packets from KySat-2 had been received and decoded. The first packets decoded showed the batteries at 12.47V and the C&DH drawing 90 mA which is nominal, or normal, operation.

Contact on the second orbit was also made by students from as far away as Tokyo, Japan and by a handheld antenna deployed from a hotel parking just down the road from the launch pad.

This video offers a glimpse at the development, payload and launch of KySat-2, and is narrated by Twyman Clements, Space Systems Engineer with Kentucky Space.

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