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Alphasat - TDP1


Revolution in satellite-to-earth communication: Data transfer via laser tested. Todays earth observation satellite missions always face one big problem: It takes quite some time, until the recorded d...
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Spacecraft Operations Course


The next Spacecraft Operations Course will take place 16 - 20 October 2017 at the German Space Operations Center (GSOC) at Oberpfaffenhofen near Munich. The duration of the course will be five days (M...
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Related Topics: Spacecraft Design, Testing and Performance Space Communications, Spacecraft Communications, Command and Tracking Communications and Radar Documentation and Information Science

Sensor Fusion and Environmental Perception


A safe flight in arbitrary scenarios requires a situational awareness that is able to consider the properties of the environment. This mainly means that the aircraft has to sense and avoid dangers by ...
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EXPRESS


On 15 January 1995 (13:45 UTC) the EXPRESS capsule was launched by an M-3 SII launch vehicle at Kagoshima Space Center, Japan, into a near-earth orbit.
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Equator-S


EQUATOR-S was launched on December 2, 1997 into the Geostationary Transfer Orbit (200 km x 36000 km) on an Ariane 4 (44P).
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Every rocket is one-of-a-kind – premiere of the DLR student programme STERN


The students cheered – the DECAN (Deutsche CanSat Höhenrakete) research rocket took off from the Esrange Space Center in north Sweden at 02:53 on 27 October 2015 and proceeded to reach an altitude of ...
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Related Topics: Spacecraft Propulsion and Power Space Communications, Spacecraft Communications, Command and Tracking Launch Vehicles and Launch Operations Communications and Radar