Four Russian satellites to be deployed during ISS spacewalk

SiriusSat-1 RS13S and SiriusSat-2 RS14S CubeSats

SiriusSat-1 (RS13S) and SiriusSat-2 (RS14S) CubeSats

Four Russian satellites with amateur radio payloads are expected be deployed from the International Space Station on Wednesday, August 15 during a spacewalk (EVA-45) by Sergei Prokopiev and Oleg Artemiev.

SiriusSat-1 (SXC1-181) RS13S beacon 435.570 MHz
(signal reported Aug 15 https://network.satnogs.org/observations/?norad=99970)
SiriusSat-2 (SXC1-182) RS14S beacon 435.670 MHz
(signal reported Aug 15 https://network.satnogs.org/observations/?norad=99971)

Tanyusha SWSU №3 RS-8 beacon 437.050 MHz 9k6 FSK or FM voice
(signal reported Aug 15 https://network.satnogs.org/observations/?norad=99974)
Tanyusha SWSU №4 RS-9 beacon 437.050 MHz 9k6 FSK or FM voice
(signal reported Aug 15 https://network.satnogs.org/observations/?norad=99973)

The Tanyushka SWSU CubeSats are also referred to as Tanyusha-YuZGU or Tanusha. The Cryillic spelling is Танюша-ЮЗГУ.

Was ТNS-0 №3 (Technologicesky Nanosputnik) deployed along with the four CubeSats?

Watch Reception of Tanyusha-3 RS-8 by the Chertsey Radio Club

Chertsey Radio Club
https://chertseyradioclub.blogspot.com/2018/08/tanusha-3-satellite.html
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Russian SiriusSat CubeSats to be deployed during spacewalk

SiriusSat-1 RS13S and SiriusSat-2 RS14S CubeSats

SiriusSat-1 (RS13S) and SiriusSat-2 (RS14S) CubeSats

Two Russian CubeSats are expected be deployed from the International Space Station on Wednesday, August 15 during a spacewalk (EVA).

SiriusSat-1 (SXC1-181) call sign RS13S beacon 435.570 MHz
SiriusSat-2 (SXC1-182) call sign RS14S beacon 435.670 MHz

The satellites are at RSC Energia, where they are undergoing additional checks before being sent to the International Space Station. A launch is planned for July 10 on a Progress cargo vehicle to the ISS with deployment in August during a spacewalk.

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