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NASA's brief history of weather forecasting, from Ancient greeks through to modern day satellite imaging.
Extensive site with results from the Chandra observatory satellite, press releases, multimedia content, and information on x-ray astronomy
This article looks at novel ways of dealing with space junk.
This article reviews the recent work that has proved Einstein's relativistic theory of "Frame-dragging", using observations from X-ray astronomy satellites.
Gravity supplies the necessary centripetal force to hold a satellite in orbit about the earth. The circular orbit is a special case since orbits are generally ellipses, or hyperbolas.
The Space Report is issued about once a week. It describes all space launches, including both piloted missions and automated satellites. Back issues are available online
Over 100 globe maps giving different information. The site is very accessible and the data on maps are held on separate pages. This is a very comprehensive resource including very recent satellite ...
Galileo is Europe's own global navigation satellite system. This page explains how it works and why Europe needs it.
Detailed information on plate tectonics and causes of earthquakes. Has a large number of colour images including satellite images.
A site from the Smithsonian dedicated to exploring the relationship between time and navigation from how sailors needed accurate clocks to determine their longitude to how satellites navigation ...
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