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SATELLITE

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Satellite
A satellite is an object that moves around a larger object. Earth is a satellite because it moves around the sun. The moon is a satellite because it moves around Earth. Earth and the moon are called "natural" satellites.
1957 First Satellite (Sputnik)
Elementary Satellite-1
Start date: October 4, 1957
Rocket: Delta 2310 D104
Mission type: Technology
Launch mass: 83.60 kilograms
Deactived: January 4, 1958
Operator: NASA, USA
NOAA (AVHRR)
Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer
Include: NOAA - 4
NOAA - 6
NOAA - 7
NOAA - 8
NOAA - 9
NOAA - 10
NOAA - 11
NOAA - 12
NOAA - 14
NOAA - 15
NOAA - 16
NOAA - 17
NOAA - 18
NOAA - 19
First Surveying Satellite (Landsat-1)
Earth Resources TechnologySatellite
Start date: July 23, 1972
Rocket: Delta 900
Mission type: Earth imaging
Launch mass: 1800 kilograms
Deactived: January 6, 1978
Operator: NASA, USA
SATELLITE
NOAA - 4
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
TIROS-N
Start date: November 05, 1978
Rocket: Delta 2310 D104
Mission type: Weather satellite
Launch mass: 339.7 kilograms
Deactived: January 30, 1980
Operator: NASA, USA
NOAA - 15
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Start date: October 26, 1998 January 29, 2001
Rocket: Titan II(23)G Star-37XFP-ISS
Mission type: Weather satellite
Launch mass: 1,457 kilograms
Deactived: November 27, 2000 Present
Operator: NASA, USA
NOAA - 19
National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration
Start date: April 19, 2009
Rocket: Delta II 7320-10C
Mission type: Weather satellite
Launch mass: 1,440 kilograms
Deactived: Present
Operator: NASA, USA
Terra/Aqua MODIS
MODIS (Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer)
Operator: NASA
Launch Dates
Terra: 18 December 1999
Aqua: 4 May 2002
Repeat Cycle : 16 days
Resolution : 1 km
Landsat 7
Mission type : Earth imaging
Launch date : April 15, 1999
Operator : USGS / NASA
Rocket : Delta II 7920
The satellite weighs : 1973 kg
Deactived: Present
Repeat interval : 16 days
Landsat 8
Mission type: Earth imaging
Operator NASA / USGS
Launch date: February 11, 2013
Rocket : Atlas V 401 AV-035
Launch mass: 2,623 kilograms
Deactives: Present
Ikonos
Organization GeoEye
Mission Type: Earth observation
Launch date: September 24, 1999
Launch Mass: 726 kg (launch)
Resolution: 1 & 4 meter
Deactived: Present
Spot
- SPOT 1 launched February 22, 1986
- SPOT 2 launched January 22, 1990 and deorbited in July 2009.
- SPOT 3 launched September 26, 1993. Stopped functioning November 14, 1997.
- SPOT 4 launched March 24, 1998. Stopped functioning July, 2013.
- SPOT 5 launched May 4, 2002 with 2.5 m, 5 m and 10 m capability.
- SPOT 6 launched September 9, 2012.
- SPOT 7 launched on June 30, 2014.
Lunar Reconnaissance
Orbiter (LRO)
Mission type: Lunar orbiter
Operator: NASA
Launch mass: 1,846 kg
Launch date: June 18, 2009
Rocket Atlas: V 401
Deactived: Present
Mars Express
Mission type: Mars orbiter
Operator: ESA
Launch mass: 1,123 kg
Launch date: 2 June 2003
Rocket: Soyuz-FG/Fregat
Content
-Satellite
-First Satellite (Sputnik)
-NOAA (AVHRR)
-NOAA 4
-NOAA 15
-NOAA 19
-First Surveying Satellite
-Landsat 1
-Landsat 7
-Landsat 8
-Modis
-Ikonos
-Spot
-Lunar Reconnaissance
Orbiter (LRO)
-Mars express
-Conclusion
FINALLY, I'D LIKE TO FINISH BY THANKING YOU FOR ATTENTION!!
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