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Details of the different satellites which collect data for NOAA, real-time satellite pictures (USA) and archived satellite images of weather extremes.
Information about satellites (Man-made). Build your own satellite on screen.
Communication satellites are most valuable when they stay above the same point on the earth, in what are called "geostationary orbits".
Information, data, and images from Surrey University's satellite network. A dedicated website supporting satellite and space technology topics in Physics. Classroom resources, live satellite tracker ...
Simulation showing orbit, velocity and eccentricity of an Earth satellite.
Student selects satellite velocity to try to keep satellite in earth orbit
A collection of links to sites tracking satellites, from the Hubble telescope to the International Space Station.
Teachers can create their own lessons on Astrophysics Research, Artificial Earth Orbiting Satellite, Sine Waves, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Images of the Universe in Different Wavelengths, Satellite ...
In depth site explaining circular motion and how satellites orbit the Earth.
In June of 1993 the last of the 24 satellites of the Global Positioning System was placed into orbit, completing a satellite network capable providing position data to locate you anywhere on Earth ...
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