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Many of you were asking for the schematic of the solar satellite pummers.
This is a very simple and flexible setup. You can change the capacitor and resistor values to get different flash rates. You can also replace the 1F capacitors with couple of rechargeable AAA batteries in series for a longer lifetime. The diode can be any low voltage drop part, like the 1N5818.
There are a few other variations of this if you search online.
Solarbotics.net has a lot of schematic ideas on this topic.