The SatNOGS network has reached 4.000.000 observations and we are so excited to share this news with you!
On the 25th of April, observation #4000000 was uploaded on the SatNOGS network by station #812-PF_DE_PL_UHF_CROSS_DIPOLE , in Pforzheim, Germany, scheduled by Fredy Damkalis and receiving data from the Argentinian PocketQube DIY-1.
As is the case with all the amazing milestones that SatNOGS has reached, this too is a result of the collaborative work and the continuous efforts made by hundreds of ground station owners around the globe. They are the ones who contribute to this milestone and to the success of the SatNOGS project itself. By investing their time and effort in this, they schedule, organise and perform satellite observations. It is because of the community and its members that SatNOGS has expanded greatly and has become the biggest collaborative, dynamic, global, open-source network of satellite ground stations.
The SatNOGS network counts over 260+ fully operational ground stations and 140+ in testing mode. The observations come from 580+ satellites and 1140+ transmitters having delivered over 100.000.000 data frames.
Do you want to join our community and be part of the next million observations?
We always welcome people who wish to contribute their time, knowledge and expertise to our projects. If you are interested in joining us check out the SatNOGS knowledge-base wiki, and feel free to drop us a line on the community forums and our chat. We would love to hear from you and have you onboard the SatNOGS network and community.
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