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SatNOGS Activity Update 2019-01-16

Over 300 data contributors to SatNOGS Database

That’s right! Over 300 stations are now supplying data to the SatNOGS database. This group comprises of the ground stations on the SatNOGS network and also those stations that chose to add data manually. Huge thanks to everyone in the community working hard to achieve this. For statistics about the SatNOGS database visit this page.

Dashboard Development Continues

The team have been working hard to refine and redevelop the SatNOGS dashboard project. Major changes have taken place and with that, you may have noticed some satellites and dashboards not currently updating. To help follow progress, there’s a dashboard that shows daily decoded frames per satellite here. To follow updates and discussion on the dashboard project check out this thread on the Libre Space community page.

SatNOGS Demo Display from 35c3

Fabulous community member ar3itrary set up a great SatNOGS demo display at 35c3. A python script rendering the waterfall of the latest SatNOGS observation, to a nice info graphic is set to update every minute as a cron job. The python script is available here.

SatNOGS Activity Update 2019-01-05

SatNOGS Dashboard

The SatNOGS dashboard is now live! Decoded telemetry data from SatNOGS db is pulled into a new database built using influxdb, in turn Grafana is then deployed to visualise the data. This tool will be useful for mission monitoring and also for outreach events. Documentation about the dashboard is available here.

GNU Radio Conference 2018 Keynote Uploaded

Videos from last years GNU Radio Convention 2018 (GRcon18) have now been published. Manolis did an excellent job delivering the keynote focusing on SatNOGS, whilst also covering wider aspects of the Libre Space Foundation. Check out the video above.

AutoScheduling

Over on the SatNOGS section of the Libre Space Foundation Forum there is activity and discussion around the development of an auto scheduling tool for stations. To facilitate the upcoming needs of the auto-scheduler some small updates have been pushed to the Network API and the SatNOGS database . Follow the progress and discussion on the forum here.