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Sat final drEEm tEEm,

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Charles Pelzman

on 6 December 2013

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STK Video
Orbital Parameters
Ground Station
S-Band Spherical Antenna
Downlink communication capability
Receiver Gain: 21 dBW
Frequency Range: 2.4 – 2.402 GHz
Frequency Range: 2.2 – 2.3 GHz
Output Power: 27 dBm
Data Rate: 1.06 Mb/s
Weight Budget: ~1.2 kg
Power Budget: ~15 W max
Satellite Parameters
Mission Objectives
New Mexico State University – Group 2
John Blowers, Hugo Navarro, Charles Pelzman, Brenner Thome, & Alynna Montoya-Wiuff
DrEEm TEEm Productions
CubeSat Special

Argus 1000 Infrared Spectrometer
Infrared Range: 1000 nm - 1700 nm
Aperture: 15 mm
Envelope: 45 mm x 50 mm x 80 mm
Operating Temperature: -20°C to +40°C
Survival Temperature: -25°C to + 50°C
Interface: RS232
Mass: Less than 230 g
Pay Load
Did You Know…
Approximately 1,800 thunderstorms are active at any moment around the world...accounting for nearly 16 million storms annually.
Lightning kills more people than tornadoes.
A typical lightning “bolt” is the diameter of a pencil, and five times hotter than the surface of the sun! Thunder is caused by rapid expansion of super-heated air in the vicinity of the bolt.
Societal Impact
Circular Orbit Altitude: 400 km
Period: 92 min
Inclination: 65°
Velocity: 7.67 km/s
Orbit Decay Period: 97 days
Notes to group members
from john:
So... I feel as though we have too much text in the slides. I won't delete anything yet, but if we're doing a voice over anyway, we might as well make them vague bullet points and then speak the information we want the audience to hear, no?
for example, on the societal impacts slide, we could say the text that is in the slide right now, then just have bullet points something like this:
Did you know...
1,800 thuderstorms
16 million storms annually!
pencil diameter, 5 times hotter!
Or something like that, we can work on it.
But I think it'd be better looking if we weren't just speaking what was on the slides directly in the voice over. Just my thoughts.

Also, I put the mean girls thing in there, just to have something. That can be changed if we want to. :)
Construct a 2U CubeSat that records the number of lightning strike events throughout the state of Colorado during peak summer months.
Use an IR spectrometer to detect and record lightning strikes, and then return the data back to ground station on a point-to-point network.
Information gained would be used for generating lightning strike density plots that can possibly be used to track future predictions.
STK view from orbit
The End...
not much
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