Ppt on international space station

By Steven Guessford. Sputnik and the Space Race On October 4 th, 1957, the Soviets launched Sputnik, the first satellite and the first man-made object.

orbiters were constructed by 1985. The first to launch was Columbia, which launched on April 12 th, 1981 The International Space Station The International Space Station joined several projects around the world into one international program. It included; NASAs Space Station Freedom project The Soviet/Russian Mir-2 station The European Columbus station The Japanese Kibō laboratory module. NASA planned to develop Freedom alone in the 1980s, but budget limitations led/


Harald Schuh (Chair of the IVS Directing Board) Dirk Behrend (Director of the IVS Coordinating Center) The International VLBI Service for Geodesy and Astrometry.

(IBS) -International Geoid Service (IGeS) -International Gravimetric Bureau (BGI) -International Centre for Global Earth Models (ICGEM) -International Center for Earth Tides (ICET) (From a global TRF solution derived by DGFI, Munich) RMS of Space Geodetic Techniques http/ some proposals: Korean Institutes (KASI, NGII, Ajou Univ.) Geoscience Australia: proposal for 3 fundamental stations Univ. Tasmania (Hobart): getting operation money University of Concepcion/Chile: developing a telescope ISRO, India/


K A Y S E R - T H R E D E Conference and Exhibit on International Space Station Utilisation - 2001 October 15. - 18. October; Florida International Microgravity.

-month cycle Modular Construction K A Y S E R - T H R E D E Conference and Exhibit on International Space Station Utilisation - 2001 October 15. - 18. October; Florida Accommodation Undetermined  Requires Flexible Design to allow Accommodation Anywhere on/investigation) Development Approach for Experiment Insert K A Y S E R - T H R E D E Conference and Exhibit on International Space Station Utilisation - 2001 October 15. - 18. October; Florida Engineering Model (EM) Hardware: –Form, Fit, and Function of /


Technician Licensing Class Talk to Outer Space. 2  T1A5 An amateur station located more than 50 km above the Earths surface is considered by FCC Part.

Any amateur holding a Technician or higher class license may make contact with an amateur station on the International Space Station using 2-meter and 70 cm band amateur radio frequencies. International Space Station has a big ham station on board. Many Astronaults are licensed radio amateurs. The International Space Station downlink, FM is 145.800 MHz. Use an HT to listen when it’s passing over you. 3 Talk to/


Technician Licensing Class Talk to Outer Space. 2  T1A5 An amateur station located more than 50 km above the Earths surface is considered by FCC Part.

Any amateur holding a Technician or higher class license may make contact with an amateur station on the International Space Station using 2-meter and 70 cm band amateur radio frequencies. International Space Station has a big ham station on board. Many Astronaults are licensed radio amateurs. The International Space Station downlink, FM is 145.800 MHz. Use an HT to listen when it’s passing over you. 3 Talk to/


National Aeronautics and Space Administration Concept for a Lunar Power and Communications Utility Presented to Future In-Space Operations Working Group.

communications satellite, SDT also identified suitable nearside sites. 9 Anchor Node Trade Results Summary  Science Driver: seismic stations must simultaneously and continuously operate for sufficient time to receive enough signals 6 years for 4 nodes/shallow moonquakes 2/Study Period: June 2008 to January 2009 13 March 2009 12 Key Study Conclusions Organizations coordinating international space communications acknowledge ILN’s needs and are prepared to continue collaboration to ensure the success of ILN/


Technician Licensing Class Emergency!. T2C6 Common practice during net operations to get the immediate attention of the net control station when reporting.

Earths surface is considered by FCC Part 97 definition a space station. T8B4 Any amateur holding a Technician or higher class license may make contact with an amateur station on the International Space Station using 2- meter and 70 cm band amateur radio frequencies. International Space Station has a ham station on board. Many Astronaults are licensed radio amateurs. The International Space Station downlink, FM is 145.800 MHz. Use an HT to/


Space Programs. AttentionAttention  Who won the space race?  What is or was the finish line for the space race Chapter 7, Lesson 2.

accomplishment of each  Define launch system terms  Identify the role of each space shuttle crew positions  Define the purpose of the international space station Chapter 8, Lesson 1 Purpose of the International Space Station  The ISS is the world’s first permanent space lab  The ISS orbits 240 miles above Earth at 17,500 mph  The International Space Station (ISS) is the product of 16 countries: the United States, Russia, Canada/


1 INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION Sally Robinson 256-961-0338 TIM #1-2 Crew Training Curriculum Development/ PTU Planning Coarsening.

and operated. 8 INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION CREW TRAINING EQUIPMENT CSLM-1 Flight Hardware 9 INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION CREW TRAINING Procedures –Under construction –See M4UEMSGCSLMN001A.doc and M4UEMSGCSLMN003.doc 10 INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION PTC- Provides simulators / –Class V: inert object, picture or 3-D mockup PTU CLASSES/COMPONENT FIDELITIES 12 INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION Component Fidelities –Total Fidelity (T): all functional and physical characteristics representative of the flight design/


National Aeronautics and Space Administration

. Clark, mission specialist; and Ilan Ramon, payload specialist. From the left (top row) are astronauts David M. Brown, mission specialist; William C. McCool, pilot; and Michael P. Anderson, payload commander. International Space Station www.nasa.gov/images/content (left to right) sts088-703-032; sts096-715-042; sts105-707-019; s117e08045; s120e009759; s122e011112 Q: There are hundreds of thousands of pilots and scientists/


International Symposium on Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Space-Based and Ground-Based Augmentation Systems and Applications 2009 Berlin, Germany,

and Ground-Based Augmentation Systems and Applications 2009 Berlin, Germany, 30 November – 2 December 2009 HUNGARY – GNSSnet.hu 35 stations - mostly funded from national budget. Additional support from: ERDF - European Regional Development Fund, Interreg IIIC. International Symposium on Global Navigation Satellite Systems, Space-Based and Ground-Based Augmentation Systems and Applications 2009 Berlin, Germany, 30 November – 2 December 2009 Kazakhstan – plans to built/


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Innovative Software Tools Measure Behavioral Alertness Johnson Space Center Pulsar Informatics Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Management in Patients’ Homes Glenn Research Center FlexLife Health Cleveland, Ohio NASA Technology Despite exercise on the International Space Station, astronauts were losing their body’s bone mass Pressure sensors were placed in the astronauts’ shoes /Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contracts The resulting software tools have been used to author procedures for the International Space Station, project Morpheus (a prototype lander), and the Orion Multipurpose Crew Vehicle Benefits TRACLab’s software is /


Canadians in Space For the last three decades Canada has played a very important role in space exploration. Besides developing the robotic arm – Canadarm,and.

Mobile Servicing System, an advanced robotics system and Canada’s contribution to the International Space Station. [ In 1993, Payette established the Human-Computer Interaction Group at the Canadian Astronaut Program and served as a /the first manual docking of the Shuttle to the International Space Station, and delivered four tons of logistics and supplies to the station. On Discovery, Payette served as a mission specialist, held responsibility for the station systems and operated the Canadarm robotic arm on /


8-Conf Material No License-0088 Orbital Proprietary Presented at the 19 th Conference on Quality in the Space and Defense Industries Carl Walz, Vice President,

Material No License-0088 2 International Space Station Overview The International Space Station is the largest and most complex international scientific project in history. Led by the United States, the International Space Station draws upon the scientific and technological resources of 16 nations: Canada, Japan, Russia, 11 nations of the European Space Agency, and Brazil More than four times as large as the Russian Mir space station, the completed International Space Station will have a mass/


Manager of the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory The Center for the Advancement of Science in Space National Design Challenge Pilot.

across a broad range of basic and applied sciences Cancer cells Inside Destiny: just after installation and after outfitted for research Artist’s rendition of a space station research area (courtesy of NanoRacks) INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION: BACKGROUND The entire international laboratory is the size of a U.S. football field, with the interior volume of one and a half Boeing 747 jetliners Images courtesy of NASA/


The Registration Policy of the European Space Agency

their long-term cooperation on the development, production and use of launchers and on establishment of the Soyuz-ST launcher at the Guiana Space Centre, that was signed on 7 November 2003. The International Space Station Elements of European contribution in the International Space Station Development and operation of flight elements and their associated ground infrastructure: - Columbus Laboratory - Automated Transport Vehicle (ATV) Development and delivery of hardware/


 President Ronald Regan committed to developing a space station back in 1984!  Zarya was lifted into orbit on November 20th, 1998 by a Russian Proton.

70 degrees Fahrenheit.  In a typical workday, crew members will spend 14 hours working and exercising, 1.5 hours preparing and eating meals, and 8.5 hours sleeping.  The completed International Space Station has a mass of about 1,040,000 pounds.  It measures 356 feet across and 290 feet long, with almost an acre of solar panels to provide electrical power to/


Living on the International

following separation during the STS-130 Mission. Zvezda Service Module http://spaceflight.nasa.gov/gallery/images/shuttle/sts-130/hires/s130e012040.jpg Living on the International Space Station Food, Hygiene and Sleeping Working Inside Select Image Working in Space Having Fun Reference Information ISS Expedition Two Hosts Shuttle Astronauts July 2001 - Cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev organizes different kinds of food in the Zvezda Service/


1 Providing Energy for Space Systems Steven E. Johnson United Space Alliance, LLC ISS Flight Controller NASA Johnson Space Center NASA/NTSA Symposium Living.

storage (battery) systems –Most free-flight systems are dependant on a vehicle control system to point the space craft and/or solar arrays → Unfeasible option for deep space missions 14 International Space Station Prior to STS-115/12A 15 International Space Station Solar Array Deploy 16 International Space Station After STS-115/12A 17 International Space Station Overview International Space Station (ISS) is a manned Low-Earth Orbit vehicle –Launched in November 1998 –Manned since October 2000/


HALEY GAYDEN INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. BACKGROUND The International Space Station took 10 years and over 30 missions to assemble. The space station.

460-ton, permanently crewed platform orbiting 240 miles above Earth. As the Space Age began in the 1950s, designs of “space planes” and stations dominated popular media. TIMELINE FACTS The International Space Station marked its 10th anniversary of continuous human occupation on Nov. 2, /’s Dragon 1 test flight and 2 operational flight by Orbital Science’s Cygnus 4 Japanese HTVs 5 European ATVs INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION SIZE & MASS Module Length: 167.3 feet (51 meters) Truss Length: 357.5 feet (109 meters) /


NASA/NSTA Web Seminar: Living and Working in Space: Energy LIVE INTERACTIVE YOUR DESKTOP Thursday, February 1, 2007 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern.

require additional energy storage (battery) systems –Most free-flight systems are dependant on a vehicle control system to point the spacecraft and/or solar arrays International Space Station Update International Space Station Prior to STS-115/12A International Space Station After STS-115/12A International Space Station After STS-116/12A.1 (Current) ISS Facts How long does it take for the ISS to go around the Earth one time? 30 minutes90/


Space Missions Finding a way to coexist in the future.

docking missions before Mir was abandoned and fell out of orbit and burned in 2001. This was the beginning stages of the creation of the International Space Station. Space Missions What is the International Space Station? *The biggest object ever flown in space *Orbits around Earth at a speed of about 27,700km/hr (about 16 orbits per day) *Flies about 350 km above Earth. We can see/


International Space Station: Investing in Humanity’s Future The “Farm:” An Inflatable Centrifuge Research Module on the International Space Station Laura.

Proposal Add a large inflatable centrifuge module – Biological research – Validate greenhouse and closed bioregenerative life support system concepts Extend the International Space Station’s life by 15 years Why the International Space Station? Advantages: a unique location for experimentation – Permanent – Microgravity – Study the effects of the space environment – Human oversight Rationale: Why are Plants and Animals Important? Long-term, far-reaching manned spaceflight Nutrition Psychology Meal time/


Modification of the ocean PHILLS hyperspectral imager for the International Space Station and the HyGEIA program Michael R. Corson, Jeffrey H. Bowles,

The HyGEIA Program HyGEIA: Hyperspectral sensor for Global Environmental Imaging and Analysis Program objectives: –Adapt the NRL ocean PHILLS (Portable Hyperspectral Imager for Low Light Spectroscopy) for flight in the International Space Station –Produce hyperspectral images of the Earth at 25 m and 130 m Ground Sample Distance (GSD) –Achieve 200 to 1 Signal-to-Noise Ratio for water and forest scenes –Produce/


Canada in Space. 1839 The first magnetic observatory is set up by Sir Edward Sabine at the University of Toronto to study the Northern Lights.

), better known by its primary component Canadarm2, is a robotic system and associated equipment on the International Space Station. It plays a key role in station assembly and maintenance: moving equipment and supplies around the station, supporting astronauts working in space, and servicing instruments and other payloads attached to the space station. Astronauts receive specialized training to enable them to perform these functions with the various systems.roboticInternational/


Canada in Space. 1839 The first magnetic observatory is set up by Sir Edward Sabine at the University of Toronto to study the Northern Lights.

), better known by its primary component Canadarm2, is a robotic system and associated equipment on the International Space Station. It plays a key role in station assembly and maintenance: moving equipment and supplies around the station, supporting astronauts working in space, and servicing instruments and other payloads attached to the space station. Astronauts receive specialized training to enable them to perform these functions with the various systems. The/


Technician Licensing Class Talk to Outer Space Page 99 to 104.

-meter and 70 cm band amateur radio frequencies. Many Astronaults are licensed radio amateurs. The International Space Station FM downlink is 145.800 MHz. We can listen with an HT when it’s passing overhead. International Space Station has a big ham station on board. (ARISS)(ARISS) 5 Talk to Outer Space T8B3 Talking to amateur radio operators in other countries can be done using an amateur radio/


Chapter: Exploring Space Table of Contents Section 3: Current and FutureCurrent and Future Section 1: Radiation From Space Section 2: Early Space MissionsEarly.

building and operating the International Space Station. The International Space Station The ISS will draw on the resources of 16 nations. 3 3 Current and Future Space Missions The International Space Station (ISS) will be a permanent laboratory designed for long- term research projects. The International Space Station 3 3 Current and Future Space Missions These nations will build units for the space station, which then will be transported into space onboard the space shuttle and Russian launch/


International Space Station (ISS) Russian Spacecrafts Soyuz – MannedProgress – Unmanned Launch, On-Orbit & Landing Reference Information Select Image.

South Korean spaceflight participant So-yeon Yi (out of frame) on in central Kazakhstan. Whitson and Malenchenko completed 192 days in space and Yi spent 11 days in orbit. Astronaut Assisted to Helicopter After Soyuz Landing Reference Information Text: Creating the International Space Station by David Harland and John Catchpole; Pravis Publishing, 2002 - Comprehensive ISS history and technical information. Commercial Break by Frank Morring/


Space Technology 1980 to Present. Voyager 1 and 2  37 years they have been collecting data and sending it back to Earth using the Deep Space Network.

 Future Mars Rover Mission planned for 2020  Scientist now have determined that water has seeped to the surface of certain parts of Mars. International Space Station (ISS)  2001ISS-International Space Station begins to take form, 16 countries including the US contributes to this space station  Still in use, with 6 people onboard right now conducting scientific experiments and collecting data  October 2014 Antares rocket~owned by the private/


Space Equipment and Transportation. What is a ROCKET? A rocket or rocket vehicle is a missile, spacecraft, aircraft or other vehicle which obtains thrust.

launched Skylab was launched into orbit in May 1973. The 75-ton space The 75-ton space station hosted 3 crews of 3 astronauts, each for 171 days. Our Current Space Station: The ISS The International Space Station (ISS) is an internationally developed research facility that is being assembled in low Earth orbit. The International Space Station (ISS) is an internationally developed research facility that is being assembled in low Earth orbit. On/


Exploring Space Chapter 22 Glencoe. Journal Entry How did we get this picture of a galaxy ?

on carbon monoxide concentrations, reflected sunlight, spring sea growth and other data. Types of Orbits Different Orbits are best for certain views. Polar-weather Geosynchronous- Communication satellites Low Earth Orbit –International Space Station Altitude, Period and Tilt Period- The time it takes a satellite to orbit the earth Low tilt - a satellite with a tilt of less than 90 degrees Altitude- the distance/


CHAIN Project: International Collaboration on Full Sun Multi-wavelength H-alpha Observation as a Basis of Space Weather Research S.UeNo, K.Shibata, G.Kimura,

II activity] An important aim of “International Space Weather Initiative (ISWI)” as a successor project of International Heliophysical Year (IHY) 2007 To develop the scientific insights necessary to understand space weather, including instrumentation, data analysis,/ instruments (ISWI activities) : - Frankly speaking, currently, we have no money for some instruments for more stations. - Provide technical training of instruments, operation, data- calibration (for example, by sending researchers and engineers,/


The U.S. Space-Based PNT Current Program and Future Trends Anthony Russo Deputy Director April 23, 2008.

England Argentina Ecuador Tahiti USNO Alaska Monitor Station NewZealand Vandenberg AFB California NGA Monitor Station OCS Monitor Station Ground AntennaFuture Monitor Station Master Control Station Backup Master Control Station ENC-GNSS 04/23/08 8 GPS/ OFFICE Host: Commerce NATIONAL COORDINATION OFFICE Host: Commerce U.S. Space-Based PNT Structure GPS International Working Group Chair: State GPS International Working Group Chair: State Engineering Forum Co-Chairs: Defense, Transportation Engineering/


Technician Licensing Class Talk to Outer Space Lake Area Radio Klub Spring 2012.

Any amateur holding a Technician or higher class license may make contact with an amateur station on the International Space Station using 2-meter and 70 cm band amateur radio frequencies. International Space Station has a big ham station on board. Many Astronaults are licensed radio amateurs. The International Space Station downlink, FM is 145.800 MHz. Use an HT to listen when it’s passing over you. 5 Talk to/


Objective: To learn about the Space race And develop questioning skills Gagarin and The Space Race Objective: To learn about the space race And develop.

MoonApollo 11 1971 The launch of the first space station (Salyut 1)space stationSalyut 1 1972 Pioneer launches 1977 Voyagers 1 and 2 1998 Start of International Space Station Laika, the first animal ever sent to space, rode to orbit in Sputnik II on /making its final preparations for the launch of its Soyuz spacecraft to the International Space Station ahead of the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarins first manned journey into space. Rockets for Yuri An event by the YuriGagarin50 initiative that will encourage/


RACHEL EDGERLY JUNE 29, 2015 LIFTOFF 2015. CREATED BY 5 SPACE AGENCIES REPRESENTING 15 NATIONS Canadian Space Agency European Space Agency Japan Aerospace.

) 8.Dark Matter is Still Out There 9.Robotic Assist for Brain Surgery 10.New targeted Method for Chemotherapy Drug Delivery TOP 10 ISS RESEARCH RESULTS ONE YEAR MISSION SPACE EXPLORATION The International Space Station is a test bed for cutting-edge research and technologies that will enable human and robotic exploration of destinations beyond low-Earth orbit, including asteroid and Mars. LINKS ISS/


Technician Licensing Class Talk to Outer Space Valid July 1, 2014 Through June 30, 2018.

Elevan Take Aways Words that are bold and red appear in the correct answer.  Any amateur holding a Technician or higher class license may make contact with an amateur station on the International Space Station using 2 meter and 70 cm band amateur radio frequencies.  The Keplerian elements are inputs to a satellite tracking program to help determine the orbits of satellites. FM Packet/


Canada in Space. 1839 The first magnetic observatory Sir Edward Sabine U. Toronto Studied the Northern Lights.

), better known by its primary component Canadarm2, is a robotic system and associated equipment on the International Space Station. It plays a key role in station assembly and maintenance: moving equipment and supplies around the station, supporting astronauts working in space, and servicing instruments and other payloads attached to the space station. Astronauts receive specialized training to enable them to perform these functions with the various systems. The/


Jordan Stewart INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION (ISS) The International Space Station (ISS) is a habitable artificial satellite,

access to the data recorded by the crew on the ISS, so they can apply their research to the planet. THE STAFF There are currently 6 people working on the International Space Station. Different expedition crews are typically launched every 6 months, when the old crews arrive back on Earth. Russia and the United States own the ISS. However, there have been people/


CICERO © 2008 1 Space Program U.S.A. vs. U.S.S.R..

worked together on experiments, and a number of U.S. astronauts spent many months living on Mir. Shuttle – Mir Mission Patch End CICERO © 2008 41 International Space Station 1998 to Present A joint venture among 13 nations, this space station is being designed with larger living and working quarters, more electrical power and greater cooperation among nations than any of its predecessors. The parts of/


GSM SYSTEM. The GSM Network Architecture Time division multiple access-TDMA 124 radio carriers, inter carrier spacing 200khz. 890 to 915MHZ mobile to.

in use. An MSISDN is limited to 15 digits, prefixes not included (e.g., 00 prefixes an international MSISDN when dialing from Sweden). MSISDN - Mobile Station International Subscriber Directory Number In GSM and its variant DCS 1800, MSISDN is built up asGSMDCS 1800 MSISDN = CC/ frequency time GSM TDMA frame GSM time-slot (normal burst) 4.615 ms 546.5 µs 577 µs guard space guard space tailuser dataTrainingS Suser datatail 3 bits57 bits26 bits 57 bits1 13 GSM - TDMA/FDMA GSM multiple access scheme = FDMA /


INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION. ARTHUR C. CLARK’S THEORY Science fiction author Arthur C. Clark has an interesting theory about new ideas. He thinks they.

), is already orbiting the Earth. When it is finished in 2010, it will be larger than a football field and weigh more than 200 tons! Now the first “city in space”, the International Space Station (ISS), is already orbiting the Earth. When it is finished in 2010, it will be larger than a football field and weigh more than 200 tons! HUGE PROJECT The/


Space Shuttle Endeadour Music and Auto Advance 1) In the 16th night landing at NASAs Kennedy Space Center, space shuttle Endeavour approaches Runway.

STS-126 mission on November 14th, 2008. Liftoff was on time at 7:55 p.m. EST. 14) The Space Shuttle Endeavour approaches the International Space Station before docking with the International Space Station while in orbit November 16, 2008. The shuttles 15-day mission to the space station will include delivering needed supplies and four spacewalks. 15) Back on Earth, NASAs Solid Rocket Booster Retrieval Ship Freedom Star/


PEOPLE IN SPACE Topic 8. People in Space The race for space supremacy began just over 50 years ago. – As a result, many technologies were fast-tracked.

retrieving satellites for use or repair, fixed the Hubble Telescope and put modules of the International Space Station together. The ISS – A Home in Space Outside Earth’s atmosphere, life-support systems have to be artificially produced. Clean water,/ all operations outside the command and lunar modules whether in space, in the International Space Station, or on the moon. Space Suits The Extravehicular Mobility Unit, worn by Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Chris Hadfield represents more than 50 years of /


 After the “Space Race” to the moon was over, both Russia and the USA put space stations in orbit around our planet. Space Stations Skylab-US Space Station.

people can conduct experiments for months/years The International Space Station-ISS (1998 to present) New Record: Longest time in space (800+ days-Russian Cosmonaut) Space Stations  Currently China is not part of the ISS space station effort.  In 2011, China placed their own space station in orbit called the Tiangong-1. (This name means “Heavenly Palace” Tiangong-1 China’s Space Station 2011 Future Space Station? With 25,000 signatures, the White House/


A timeline of some of the major events in man’s exploration of space.

Russia put the Mir in orbit without any Soyuz spacecraft or modules to launch to the station at first. Leonid Kizim and Vladimir Soloyyov first docked with the Mir Space Station on March 15, 1986. Starting in March 1995, seven US astronauts spent 28 months / for pieces of the Columbia. The Columbia carried an Israeli astronaut as well as one from India. International Space Station In-orbit assembly began in 1998 The space station is in a low Earth orbit and can be seen from Earth. It is only 217 miles above/


International Civil Aviation Organization PRELIMINARY POSITION OF THE RCC CAs ON THE AGENDA ITEMS OF THE WORLD RADIOCOMMUNICATION CONFERENCE 2012.

bands allocations. General principles of frequency bands allocation 1. RCC CAs support that studies on improvement of international regulatory framework and principles of allocation of the frequency bands for radio services should be finalized at WRC-/ to 16 GHz where adequate protection of the incumbent terrestrial and space services is ensured, and MSS will not claim protection from potential interference from existing and future stations of the incumbent services; 3. Taking into account the results/


International Telecommunication Union ITU/WMO SEMINAR "USE OF RADIO SPECTRUM FOR METEOROLOGY” WEATHER, WATER AND CLIMATE MONITORING AND PREDICTION (WMO,

control over objects they have launched into outer space Committed to Connecting the World  United Nations Outer Space Treaty (1967) Instruments (CS, CV, RR, RoPs, Recs) Principles of use of orbit/spectrum Allocation of frequency bands Procedures, Plans, operational measures  International Telecommunication Union Committed to Connecting the World TRANSMITTING EARTH STATION RECEIVING EARTH STATION GSO SATELLITES INTERFERENCE TERRESTRIAL STATION Non-GSO SATELLITES Committed to Connecting the/


Complex investigations of the dynamics of the Earth’s magnetosphere and geomagnetic activity using space-borne and ground-based measurements (EoI 946)

and interplanetary magnetic field. Plasma wave diagnostic complex on board of ISS (International Space Station). Coronas-Photon space mission equipped with devices for remote monitoring of the Sun. By the beginning of the IPY-2007/. Magnetic measurements in Russia The widest network of magnetic stations has been achieved in the Soviet Union during the previous, 2nd International Polar Year (1957-1958), when 38 stations were established, see Table. Unfortunately, economical difficulties in /


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