APRS Satellite Live Telemetry Links
Captured on 145.825 MHz


Bob Bruninga, WB4APR, Instructor, US Naval Academy (last name at usna dot edu)
Steve Dimse, K4HG - Designer of FINDU.com

This page will link you to all the live downlinks from all the APRS satelites being captured by volunteer ground stations around the world as part of the APRS-Internet System (APRS-IS). These packets are captured by Steve, K4HG's FINDU.COM system.

PSAT2:

Launched 25 June 2019 into 28 degree eliptical orbit, 860/300 km

  • PSAT2 description page
  • Telemetry last 24 hrs (PSAT2)
  • User communication packets
  • Slow Scan SSTV camera image gallery
  • Bus Volts, and Volt-thresholds
  • Z+temps, Z-temps,
  • Batt Current, and How to read current.

    PSAT (NO-84):

    Launched 20 May 2015 into 55 degree circular orbit at 450 km?

  • PSAT description page
  • Telemetry Last 24 hours (PSAT), or
  • User communication packets
  • Bus Volts,
  • Z+temps, Z-temps,
  • Batt Current

    PCSAT (NO-44): Also known as W3ADO-1

    Launched 30 Sept 2001 into 67 degree circular orbit at 800 mile altitude

  • PCSAT description page
  • Telemetry Last 72 hrs (W3ADO-1), and
  • User communication packets

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    ARISS on International Space Station:

    Amateur Radio on ISS switched to APRS freuqency during 2007 and operational ever since (mostly)

  • ARISS description page
  • User communication packets

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    India's AISAT-1:

    Lanched on April 1st 0357z attached to the upper stage of the PSLV C45 mission

  • ARISS description page
  • User communication packets

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    FalconSAT-3: Special 9600 downlink on 435.103 MHz

    Launched in 2006, into a 35.4 degree inclination orbit, with an altitude of about 470 km. Supports APRS digipeating but also hosts a Packet Bulletin Board System at 9600 baud with a 145.840 uplink, and 435.103 downlink. Output power is 1 watt.

  • FalconSAT-3 description page
  • Telemetry last 48 hrs (PFS3-1)
  • User communication packets ----