active satellite

active satellite

[′ak·tiv ′sad·ə‚līt]
(aerospace engineering)
A satellite which transmits a signal.
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India has become one of the four nations which have the capability of destroying an active satellite in the space and that too in a matter of minutes," Gupta told ANI.
Callers can be contacted on their GSM number even while on an active satellite call - and vice versa.
"The annual CASBAA Satellite Industry Forum is an extremely important event in our calendar, a fact that is reflected by our very active Satellite Industry Committee, as well as by the number of satellite-related companies that are CASBAA members".
Even though the United States and Russia still dominate space exploration, nearly 70 individual countries and multinational organizations now have at least one active satellite in orbit.
What would be the consequence of a robotic servicer (tug or refueller) colliding rather than docking with an active satellite? Would one or both of the spacecraft become disabled?
Among the active satellite towns, Diamond Island City, locally known as Koh Pich, located in Phnom Penh's Chamka Morn district, has been the most abuzz with activity.
There are currently more than 23,000 pieces of human-generated debris in Earth orbit larger than 10 centimeters in size, each of which could destroy an active satellite in a collision (National Aeronautics and Space Administration, n.d.).
Goes to Tauranga who, according to Matt from Mental Health, has the most active satellite cell of Marxists in the country.
Crediting the growth in aircraft flying with its system over the regions, Row 44 doubled the number of active satellite transponders in its North American network, as well as added capacity for its international partners to support aircraft flying over Southern Europe and North Africa.
Each of these objects is capable of causing catastrophic damage should they collide with an active satellite. Much of modern life and defence capability depend upon satellites, and EOS' technology offers the potential to better protect these valuable assets.
"With the largest existing library and most active satellite constellation, DigitalGlobe is uniquely positioned to provide these products to the industries that have the most to gain from earth imagery, information and insight." Higher throughput and faster turnaround time allow for mass deliveries of orthorectified imagery required for large projects or areas of interest.
It has an active satellite space program and is recognized as a nuclear power.

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