[jamsat-news:3630] [ans] ANS-212 AMSAT News Service Special Bulletin - CAS-7B Designated BIT Progress-OSCAR 102 (BO-102)

Paul Stoetzer via ANS ans @ amsat.org
2019年 7月 31日 (水) 11:10:30 JST


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* CAS-7B Designated BIT Progress-OSCAR 102 (BO-102)

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ANS-212 AMSAT News Service Special Bulletin

AMSAT News Service Bulletin 212.01
DATE July 31, 2019
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CAS-7B Designated BIT Progress-OSCAR 102 (BO-102)

On July 25, 2019, the CAS-7B (BP-1B) microsatellite was launched on a
Hyperbola-1 launch vehicle from the Jiuquan Space Center, China.
CAS-7B (BP-1B) was developed by the Chinese Amateur Satellite Group
(CAMSAT), and in cooperation with the Beijing Institute of Technology
(BIT). CAMSAT completed the project planning, design, build, and
testing, and manages the on-orbit operation of the satellite. BIT
provided the satellite environmental testing, launch support, and
financial support. Many students from BIT were involved with the
project, learning about satellite technology and amateur radio. The
satellite carries a CW telemetry beacon and FM repeater that has been
active since launch.

At the request of CAMSAT and the BIT team, AMSAT hereby designates
CAS-7B (BP-1B) as BIT Progress-OSCAR 102 (BO-102). We congratulate the
owners and operators of BO-102, thank them for their contribution to
the amateur satellite community, and wish them continued success on
this and future projects.


Drew Glasbrenner, KO4MA
AMSAT VP Operations / OSCAR Number Administrator

[ANS thanks AMSAT VP Operations / OSCAR Number Administrator Drew
Glasbrenner, KO4MA, for the above information.]


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