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  • AIM Satellite Mission - The science and outreach sites for NASA's planned AIM (Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere) mission, aimed at studying Polar Mesospheric Clouds (PMCs).
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  • AMSAT AO-40, Phase 3-D - Satellite for all radio amateurs in the world.
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  • BeppoSAX Mission - BeppoSAX is an X-ray astronomy satellite devoted to systematic, integrated and comprehensive studies of galactic and extragalactic X-ray sources.
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  • Best-in-Space - Industry portal with variety of information and news on space systems and space companies in Europe.
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  • CelesTrak - Keplerian elements for most satellites in low-earth orbit. Also includes historical archives dating back to 1980 and information about satellite tracking.
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  • ESA: Satellites in Orbit - The European Space Agency provides two javascript interactive websites on the subjects of Space Science Missions and Earth Observation Missions.
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  • HESSI Modal Survey FEM Verification - Modal survey of the HESSI spacecraft. Objective was to identify the natural frequencies, the damping factors and the mode shapes.
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  • How Stuff Works: Satellites - Simple 10-part tutorial description helps you understand how satellites work, what they contain and how they get into orbit.Basic level.
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  • Intelsat - Satellite communications with Intelsat, a leading satellite service provider of voice, data, and Internet solutions.
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  • List of Satellites in Geostationary Orbit - Provides details of the satellites in orbit around the equator, their names, longitude and launch dates.
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  • Lloyd's Satellite Constellations - Information on Iridium, Teledesic, Globalstar, Orbcomm, ICO Global, Ellipso, Skybridge and other systems, as well as general information on satellites.
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  • Matthias Lehmann - Provides satellite information, software and calculations, mainly for television, audio, video, intercom transmissions, link budget calculation and SNG. Written for SNG and radio technicians (amateurs).
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  • MDA Federal Inc - Uses GIS and satellite remotely sensed data for worldwide weather and agricultural forecasts, flood prediction, petroleum, hydrologic and mineral resource exploration and environmental monitoring.
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  • My Involvement with Laser Power Beaming - Article by Geoffrey A. Landis discussing the use of ground-based lasers to provide power for satellites.
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  • SAREPTA: Satellites in Orbit - Educational site describing satellites, how they are launched into orbit and what they are used for.
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  • Satellites in Orbit - Brief explanation of how to keep geostationary satellites in orbit.
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  • SaVi satellite constellation visualization - Software to view the movement of multiple satellites in two and three dimensions. View Iridium, Teledesic and Globalstar on your desktop.
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  • Space Systems for Astronomical Observation - Student project at the University of Michigan (Fall 99), comparing various systems for the advancement of astronomical observation, in order to determine the most beneficial path for future advancement.
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  • Student Nitric Oxide Explorer - SNOE is a small scientific satellite that is measuring the effects of energy from the sun and from the magnetosphere on the density of nitric oxide in the Earth's upper atmosphere.
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  • Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. - News and information about a UK small satellite manufacturer. Includes details of the company, its satellites, services and missions.
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  • Tech Museum: The Satellite Site - Includes general information, orbit listings, background, and Java-based satellite construction simulator.
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  • WorldSat International Inc. - A producer of satellite maps and posters, atlas of the world, earth globes, interactive cd-roms, and stock photography.
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  • X-Ray Astronomy Satellite Suzaku (ASTRO-EII) - Provides project overview and data on this Japanese satellite launched on July 10, 2005.
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