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Satellite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about artificial satellites. For natural satellites, also known as moons, see Natural satellite. For other uses, see Satellite (disambiguation)

Satellites - NOAA - National Oceanic and Atmospheric ...
Satellites. When you watch the news and see pictures of weather from around the United States or the world, you are seeing data from NOAA?s environmental satellites.

How Satellites Work - HowStuffWorks
Thousands of satellites fly overhead daily, helping with things like weather forecasts and TV broadcasts. Learn how satellites work at HowStuffWorks.

Fact About Satellites and Their Uses - Space and NASA News ...
Artificial satellites from Earth have only populated space since 1957, but there are now hundreds of thousands of objects from our planet in orbit.

What Is a Satellite? | NASA
A satellite is a moon, planet or machine that orbits a planet or star.

Satellites | Define Satellites at Dictionary.com
The device was developed to help astronauts repair or retrieve orbiting satellites. Everything from navigation to communication to intelligence satellites operate in ...

Natural satellite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The natural satellites orbiting relatively close to the planet on prograde, uninclined circular orbits (regular satellites) are generally believed to have ...

These Tiny Satellites Just Left The International Space ...
A pair of nanosatellites were deployed by the NanoRacks Launcher on the end of the Japanese robotic arm of the International Space Station on Friday. The tiny ...



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