space satellite

space satellite

[′spās ‚sad·əl‚īt]
(aerospace engineering)
A vehicle, crewed or uncrewed, for orbiting the earth.
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Space satellite named PSLV-C37 had Cartosat-2 series and 103 co-passenger satellites with total weight of 650 kg.
ENGINEERS at a Lepton firm have joined excitement across the globe after a space satellite it helped build ended its two-year mission.
AE[currency]KABAT (CyHAN)- Turkmenistan plans to launch the second space satellite into the orbit, said the message from the country's government.
com/articles/143091/Voyager+1%2C+Bulgarian+Song+Set+to+Reach+Interstellar+Space"> international space satellite has been used in Hollywood production without getting the exclusive permission of the singer.
GeoNorth has the ability to task the entire Airbus Defense and Space satellite constellations of SPOT, Pleiades, and TerraSAR to any location on the globe for imagery acquisition.
Similarly, competition is high among engineering students under Es'hailSat's sponsorship programme, which currently has four Qatari students taking up space satellite engineering at Surrey University in the UK.
The mission, which also carried an Automated Navigation and Guidance Experiment for Local Space satellite into orbit, was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida by a United Launch Alliance Delta IV rocket.
He wasn't sure of catching the main action despite the International Space Satellite encircling the planet with the help of satellites that can be used to transmit the games.
Supply of space satellite images for some Egyptian Governorates.
The Clyde Space satellite will travel from Glasgow to Kazakhstan by plane and will undergo tests at Baikonur.
THE US has led international condemnation of the successful launch of North Korea's first space satellite.
Completing 100 successful satellite launches is a tremendous milestone for Emcore and our space satellite solar business," said Christopher Larocca, chief operating officer for Emcore.

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