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  • It would be a sort of "inverse rendezvous" problem, where the tool bag would circle back to the near-ISS region once or twice an orbit for several (many?) orbits, depending upon how much along-track delta-V it was given.

    Only NASA Could Make Space Exploration Boring - NASA Watch

  • It has an along-track (straight ahead) resolution of about 250m, which will allow it to see the gaps of open water between the protruding sea-ice floes of the Arctic.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • It has an along-track (straight ahead) resolution of about 250m, which will allow it to see the gaps of open water between the protruding sea-ice floes of the Arctic.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • It has an along-track (straight ahead) resolution of about 250m, which will allow it to see the gaps of open water between the protruding sea-ice floes of the Arctic.

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  • Three arms are mounted orthogonally: along-track, cross-track and vertically.

    NASASpaceFlight.com

  • Three-years of in situ measurements, combined with along-track satellite data to create long-term index of Agulhas Current transport; study possible impact current may have had on end of last Ice Age

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  • Using the in situ measurements gathered, the team will embark on the second phase, to correlate the along-track satellite altimeter data with measured transports to produce a proxy for Agulhas Current transport, which can be extended forwards and backwards in time.

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