nanosatellites love

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  • noun Plural form of nanosatellite.

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  • 3 The purpose of the eight nanosatellites is to develop nano technologies for use in satellites as well as for the development of technologies for satellite applications.

    Indian Space

  • Seven CubeSats, which are each so-called nanosatellites about 2.2 pounds 1 kg in size.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • New rockets, satellites and spacecraft are being planned to carry Chinese, Russian, European and Indian astronauts to the moon, to turn Israel into a center for launching minuscule "nanosatellites," and to allow Japan and the Europeans to explore the solar system and beyond with unmanned probes as sophisticated as NASA's.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • New rockets, satellites and spacecraft are being planned to carry Chinese, Russian, European and Indian astronauts to the moon, to turn Israel into a center for launching minuscule "nanosatellites," and to allow Japan and the Europeans to explore the solar system and beyond with unmanned probes as sophisticated as NASA's.

    America's Declining Lead in Space

  • Twiggs had helped create the CubeSat standard to make nanosatellites deployable on any rocket.

    Nanosatellites Take Off

  • In its thirteenth flight conducted from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota, today (April 28, 2008), ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C9, successfully launched the 690 kg Indian remote sensing satellite CARTOSAT-2A, the 83 kg Indian Mini Satellite (IMS-1) and eight nanosatellites for international customers into a 637 km polar Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO).

    NASA Watch: News: April 2008 Archives

  • In its thirteenth flight conducted from Satish Dhawan Space Centre (SDSC) SHAR, Sriharikota, today (April 28, 2008), ISRO's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, PSLV-C9, successfully launched the 690 kg Indian remote sensing satellite CARTOSAT-2A, the 83 kg Indian Mini Satellite (IMS-1) and eight nanosatellites for international customers into a 637 km polar Sun Synchronous Orbit (SSO).

    NASA Watch: Keith Cowing: April 2008 Archives

  • The Phoenix program aims to use a robot mechanic-like vehicle to snag still-working antennas from the many retired and dead satellites in geosynchronous orbit - about 22,000 miles 35,406 kilometers above Earth - and attach them to smaller "satlets," or nanosatellites, launched from Earth.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • Working with her students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, she is now preparing to launch a fleet of nanosatellites that will monitor the brightest stars in the sky, intensifying the hunt for planets that most closely resemble Earth.

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  • The Phoenix program aims to use a robot mechanic-like vehicle to snag still-working antennas from the many retired and dead satellites in geosynchronous orbit - about 22,000 miles 35,406 kilometers above Earth - and attach them to smaller "satlets," or nanosatellites, launched from Earth.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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