Meteor M-N2 and N2-2 Satellite Operational Status


Meteor-M N2:

Frequency

SymbolRate

LRPT Status

137.100MHz 72.000K Ok

APID 64

APID 65

APID 66

On On Off

APID 67

APID 68

APID 69

Off On Off

Notes:

Visible/IR Channels 1, 2, 5.

Active Channels:

Channel 1 Visible (0.5 0.7 µm; APID64),
Channel 2 Visible (0.7 1.1 µm; APID65),
Channel 5 Infrared 10.5 ± 0.50 - 11.5 ± 0.50 µm; APID68

29.11.2020 LRPT rebooted, Demodulators working, Packets with APID 70 did have wrong numbers.

Meteor-M N2-2:

Frequency

SymbolRate

LRPT Status

137.900MHz 72.000K Off

APID 64

APID 65

APID 66

Off Off Off

APID 67

APID 68

APID 69

Off Off Off

Notes:

Visible/IR Channels 1, 2, 5.

Active Channels:

Channel 1 Visible (0.5 0.7 µm; APID64),
Channel 2 Visible (0.7 1.1 µm; APID65),
Channel 5 Infrared 10.5 ± 0.50 - 11.5 ± 0.50 µm; APID68,

19 December Telemetry analysis and an attempt to stop rotation are being carried out.

20 December Meteor M-N2-2 is stabilized, work is ongoing with the satellite.

24 December Orbit dropped with 1KM on Dec 18, 01:09 UTC due Depressurization from possible collision.

Depressurization caused gas that was inside and used for heat transfer to leak out.
Resulting in some devices onboard overheating, while others did stop working.
Batteries are working under harsh thermal conditions.
Experts analyzing MSU-MR images during the incident to confirm collision.
Roscosmos Official News

26 December X-Band MSU-MR Onboard Storage Memory Transmission (Not Live)

January 2020 There will be only short-term power-ups in the radio visibility zone,
and the battery life will be reduced tenfold.
Of particular concern are the batteries they are very quickly overheated and switching from regular to backup.
Unfortunately the power supply features do not allow the 137MHz transmitter to be used in abnormal power,
mode (from solar panels) which is used now although technically it is working fine.
There will be no LRPT Transmission's anymore..