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The use of satellites to give information about our planet. The history of gathering information and how satellites have increased our ability to do this.
Details of the different satellites which collect data for NOAA, real-time satellite pictures (USA) and archived satellite images of weather extremes.
A brief description of how Satellites work. Part of Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com.
Answers to questions commonly asked about satellites and space probes.
Positions of satellites, views of the night sky, customized to location/time zone etc.
More information on how GPS satellites calculate your location, from using accurate atomic clocks to ensuring enough coverage.
Communication satellites are most valuable when they stay above the same point on the earth, in what are called "geostationary orbits".
A resource aimed at detailing how radars and satellites are used in weather surveys.
Space weather effects on technology such as GPS, power systems, submarines, satellites, planes and more.
The reversal of the Sun's magnetic field happens every 11 years, posing dangers to satellites and astronauts.
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