Showing posts with label communications. Show all posts
Showing posts with label communications. Show all posts

Monday, September 14, 2015

Russia’s communication satellite Ekspress-AM8 separates from Proton-M rocket

Russia’s Proton-M rocket has put a payload consisting of a DM-03 booster and a Russian communication satellite Ekspress-AM8 into a near-earth orbit, Roscosmos press-service has told TASS.

Sunday, August 30, 2015

India conducts orbit raising of communication satellite

India's state-owned space agency Saturday said it has successfully done the first orbit raising of the country's latest communication satellite GSAT-6.

Monday, July 20, 2015

Scientists Take on Earth’s Magnetic Field

Most of us hardly ever think about the Earth's magnetic field. We might be aware that it helps guide birds as they migrate and ensures that our compasses point north, but not realize that it is one of the crucial components that make life on Earth possible. Yet, the processes in the Earth’s core that create the magnetic field are poorly understood.

Friday, March 13, 2015

NASA launches 4 spacecraft to study Magnetic Fields

U.S. space agency NASA on Thursday launched four identical spacecraft to study how magnetic fields like those around Earth and Sun interact as part of efforts to understand space weather events that could disrupt power grids, communications and navigation systems.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Malaysia plane search: China is adjusting 10 satellites to help trace plane

BEIJING: With the fate of the Malaysian airplane continuing to be elusive, China announced Monday evening it had started using satellites to search for it. China is adjusting the orbit of up to 10 of its satellites to assist the 9-nation hunt for flight MH370, which is missing with 239 people on board.

China's People's Liberation Army said that Xian Satellite Monitor and Control Center had launched an emergency response using high-resolution satellites to assist the search on Monday evening.

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