earth-oriented spacecraft

earth-oriented spacecraft
КА для исследования Земли

Англо-русский словарь технических терминов. 2005.

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  • moon — mooner, n. moonless, adj. /moohn/, n. 1. the earth s natural satellite, orbiting the earth at a mean distance of 238,857 miles (384,393 km) and having a diameter of 2160 miles (3476 km). 2. this body during a particular lunar month, or during a… …   Universalium

  • Moon — /moohn/, n. Sun Myung /sun myung/, born 1920, Korean religious leader: founder of the Unification Church. * * * Sole natural satellite of Earth, which it orbits from west to east at a mean distance of about 238,900 mi (384,400 km). It is less… …   Universalium

  • Landsat 1 — Infobox Earth satellite name = Landsat 1 launch date = July 23, 1972 launch vehicle = Delta 900 launch site = Vandenberg AFB orbit reference = WRS 1 orbit type = nowrap|sun synchronous, near polar orbit altitude = 917 km (570 mi) orbit… …   Wikipedia

  • Nimbus program — Artist s drawing of the general design of the Nimbus series of satellites. The solar panel wings move throughout the day to track the Sun during the daylight part of the satellite’s orbit. The 10 foot tall satellite has the attitude control… …   Wikipedia

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