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"DSLWP-A1/A2 Updated: 15 Nov 2016
Supporting Organisation Harbin Institute of Technology
DSLWP is a lunar formation flying mission for low frequency radio astronomy, amateur radio and education, consists of 2 microsatellites. The amateur radio station onboard DSLWP-A1 will provide telecommand uplink and telemetry / digital image downlink. An open telecommand is also designed to allow amateurs to send commands to take and download an image.
They have a volume of about 50x50x40 cm3 and a mass of about 45 kg.
2 linear polarization antennas are mounted along and normal to the flight direction. The satellites are 3-axis stabilized. Proposing A1 downlinks on 435.425 MHz and 436.425 MHz and A2 downlinks on 435.400 MHz and 436.400 MHz using 10K0F1DCN or 10K0F1DEN with 250 bps GMSK with concatenated codes or JT65B.
Planning a launch into a 200 x 9000km lunar orbit in June 2018.
Further info at http://lilacsat.hit.edu.cn/