Products/Services for Artificial Earth Satellite
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Satellite Communications Equipment - (203 companies)
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Terrestrial Radio and Satellite Radio Services - (39 companies)...providers transmit radio programming via the open airwaves, cable networks, and communications satellites. They differ in terms of cost, coverage and capabilities. Some terrestrial radio and satellite radio service providers offer nationwide or regional... Learn More
Earth Moving and Landscaping Machines - (808 companies)
Mobile Satellite and Mobile Command Center Services - (35 companies)Mobile satellite and mobile command center services provide setup and installation of mobile communication centers and mobile communication equipment. Mobile satellite and mobile command center services install and configure mobile communication... Learn More
Earth Drilling and Boring Services - (260 companies)Earth drilling and boring services provide well drilling, quarry drilling and blasting, large site excavation, and related services. Earth drililng and boring services provide well drilling, quarry drilling and blasting, large site excavation... Learn More
Earth Moving and Site Development Services - (421 companies)Earth moving and site development services perform scraping, grading, hauling, compacting, excavation, and other tasks to prepare construction sites and building lots. Some companies specialize in bulk excavation and trucking, excavating and grading... Learn More
GPS Instruments and Modules - (341 companies)Global positioning system (GPS) instruments and GPS modules are radio-navigational devices that provide accurate position information about objects on Earth, based on information from orbiting satellites. Equipped with rubidium atomic clocks, 24 GPS... Learn More
Antennas - (1108 companies)
Product News for Artificial Earth Satellite
DSTI - Dynamic Sealing Technologies, Inc.
Rotary Union for In-orbital Satellite Refueling featuring a smooth-bore custom O-ring interface. After months of vibration and thermal testing, the refueling system team was excited to report the performance success they wanted, adding another critical project to the hundreds of unique challenges DSTI has taken on. Retiring NASA's 30-year space shuttle program in July, this final mission aims to reduce risks and lay the foundation for future robotic servicing for extending the life of satellites orbiting Earth. About Robotic Refueling Mission... (read more)Browse Rotating Unions Datasheets for DSTI - Dynamic Sealing Technologies, Inc.
Don't leave the Earth without Standex! Military/Aerospace Market Applications. Component failure can have catastrophic consequences for military and aerospace missions — that is why many suppliers turn to Standex Electronics. For over 50 years Standex / Magnetico has supplied electrical components which have contributed to the success of the International Space Station, NASA missions, US military aircraft, satellite manufacturers, and more. Our team provides the engineering expertise coupled with AS9100 certified manufacturing... (read more)
Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
New LNA for Satellite and Automotive Applications Skyworks is pleased to introduce the SKY67175-306LF, a 2320 –2345 MHz, two stage, high linearity, and high gain low noise amplifier (LNA) for satellite radios and automotive applications. The SKY67175-306LF is a highly integrated satellite digital audio radio service (SDARS) LNA with great RF performance, reliability and efficiency. Its ultra-low noise figure (0.57 dB) performance is superior to legacy, three-stage, discrete, field-effect transistor (FET) LNAs and the device offers lower... (read more)Browse RF Amplifiers Datasheets for Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
Honeywell Analytics, Inc.
Honeywell's Satellite XT Transmitter with Sensor Satellite XT Transmitter with Sensor from Honeywell Analytics. The digital Satellite XT is built on LonWorks® technology. Life safety systems built on a LonWorks® network platform allow users to leverage the cost efficiencies of distributed controls while maintaining the integrity and reliability necessary for code compliant safety applications. The Satellite XT is the simple solution for all "Point-of-Use" gas detection needs. Based upon the market's smallest and most reliable electrochemical... (read more)Browse Gas Transmitters Datasheets for Honeywell Analytics, Inc.
Satellite Navigation System Lightning Protector GPS, Galileo, EGNOS, WASS, GLONASS - Maximum Protection and passes DC!. Nextek, Inc. has recently released a new surge protector specifically designed for use in Global Navigation Satellite Systems. With an ultra low clamping voltage of only 8 volts and a very fast response time of 10ns, this new protector will protect even the most sensitive of systems from both LEMP and NEMP type surges. 1.15GHz - 1.61GHz. N-female to N-female. Very Low Let-Through: See datasheet for variants. Trigger time... (read more)Browse Surge Suppressors Datasheets for NexTek, Inc.
Heat Exchange & Transfer, Inc.
Satellite Systems Offer The Best Alternative! Most centralized heat transfer systems control the temperature of individual users by modulating the amount of flow through each user. However, this approach is limited to applications where all users require heating only and at roughly the same temperature. Satellite systems offer the best alternative for applications which require flow rates higher than available from the central fluid system or require both heating and cooling operations. The systems are pre-piped packaged units that contain... (read more)Browse Temperature Controllers Datasheets for Heat Exchange & Transfer, Inc.
IHS - Chemicals
Webinar: Rare Earth Minerals Last Chance to Register for the Webinar. Thursday June 13, 2013 | 8:00am (EST) 9:00am (CDT). IHS is pleased to invite you to the webinar, Opportunities & Threats for Rare Earth Minerals on Thursday June 13, 2013. Join our experts Stefan Schlag, Samantha Wietlisbach and Adrian Beale to discuss the following topics: How is demand developing for rare earth minerals?. What challenges will that create for supply in the future?. What is the outlook for market tightness... (read more)
Industrial Magnetics, Inc.
Rare Earth Plate Magnets to their tremendously high energy level, Rare Earth magnets are ideal for miniaturized applications. They offer high resistance to demagnetization and are recommended for applications with temperature ranges under 200ºF. Raw Rare Earth magnets have a dull metallic appearance and tend to be very brittle. They can be ground, but caution must be exercised not to crush the material. Be aware of possible fire from the dust particles produced from grinding or cutting Rare Earth magnet materials. (read more)Browse Rare-Earth Magnets Datasheets for Industrial Magnetics, Inc.
Amazing Magnets, LLC
Sphere Rare Earth Magnets Sphere Magnets are spherical (ball shaped) magnets which have poles on their axis like the Earth. Our rare earth sphere magnets are incredibly powerful. The magnetic fields of sphere shaped neodymium magnets are concentrated more at the poles than disc or block magnets. These spheres are great for experimentation and magic tricks and are just plain fascinating to play with. Amazing Magnets LLC was established in 2002 as an retailer/wholesaler of specialty magnets. The company concentrates... (read more)Browse Rare-Earth Magnets Datasheets for Amazing Magnets, LLC
Industrial Magnetics, Inc.
Rare Earth PowerLift™ Magnets These compact, yet powerful, Rare Earth lift magnets can be used on flat or round surfaces and contain an internal release on/off device that does not contact or damage the surface of the part being lifted. Permanent magnetic lifts also eliminate the fear of dropping the load being lifted due to power failures. ON/OFF Rare Earth design. Lifts flat or round loads. Easy internal manual release does not contact the load. Heat resistant up to 180 °F (82 °C). CONFORMS TO ASME B30.20... (read more)Browse Rare-Earth Magnets Datasheets for Industrial Magnetics, Inc.
Serson, an English scientist, noted in the 1740's that the spinning top had a tendency to remain level, even when the surface on which it rested was tilting. He suggested that sailors could use it as an artificial horizon on ships. Unfortunately, when Serson went to sea to test this idea the ship sank...
...will need to be strengthened in order to do this.". Nearly three decades before he first boarded a space shuttle, Franklin Chang-Diaz's imagination was propelled into space with Sputnik. For a 7-year-old living in Venezuela, the launch of the world's first artificial satellite on October 4, 1957...
AO can remove 80 to 90 percent of atmospheric distortion. The guide-star technique has only one problem: Few stars are sufficiently bright to serve as guides. Only 1 percent of stars qualify, making it unlikely that one will happen to be near any given target. The solution is an artificial guide star...
Engineering Web Search: Artificial Earth Satellite
NASA Earth Observatory : Home
NASA Earth Observatory Home Images Global Maps Composite satellite images of the entire Earth.
Low Earth orbit - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While a majority of artificial satellites are placed in LEO, making one complete revolution around the Earth in about 90 minutes, many communication
Satellite constellation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A group of artificial satellites working in concert is known as a satellite constellation.
Heavens-Above Home Page
2012 DA14 flyby On February 15th/16th the asteroid 2012 DA14 will fly past the Earth at a distance of only 34000 km (inside the ring of geostationary
Earth satellite (instrument) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Earth satellite, man-made object launched into a temporary or permanent orbit around the Earth.
Dictionary of Abbreviations and Acronyms in Geographic...
Advanced Earth Observing Satellite ADEPT Â Earth Sciences & Map Library 50 McCone Hall (510)642-2997 Campus MapÂ |Â Floorplan
Satellite, artificial - Facts from the Encyclopedia - Yahoo!...
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The night sky in the World
Satellite monitoring of the artificial night sky brightness and the stellar visibility
ESA - Telecommunications - Orbits
If an object moves around the Earth with a velocity of more than about 10 kilometres per second, it becomes an artificial satellite.
ESA - Education - 1. Introduction
major event marked the beginning of a new era in Earth Observation: the first artificial satellite (Sputnik) was launched by the Soviet Union.