Pages on the WEB
Types and Functions of Satellite
Functions of Satellites
Russian satellite company. Shows the details and many functions of the
satellites made there.
Tells and demonstrates through pictures about the main functions and detailed
parts of the satellite.
Major Components of Satellites
Describes this company's main products, power supply, battery and other
main technical parts of the satellite.
Hyundai Electronics develops a Simulation System for Satellite Telecommunications.
Describes the instruments of the satellite.
Describes the Orbital Maneuvering and Attitude Control Device, which used
by small satellites for attitude control.
Types of Satellite
MINISAT 01 successfully launched, technical information and pictures included.
Technical information, functions, and systems of KOREASAT
U.S. Navigation and Ancillary information, gives information on theu sues
of and some technical schematics.
Russian Navigation and Ancillary information on satellites.
Contains other related topics.
Gives detailed parts description from Swedish Navigational Satellite Parts
Space Environmental Forecast Satellite equipped from Boston University.
Russian Monitoring Satellites used for monitoring the Earth.
This site "provides real-time monitoring and forecasting of solar and geophysical
events, conducts research in solar-terrestrial physics, and develops techniques
for forecasting solar and geophysical disturbances."
Provides detailed information on the local cloud interface.
Provides detailed information on satellite pictures used for weather broadcasting
The Future of Satellites
Nasa's recent mission. Includes information on OSS and on "What's New..."
Russia's organized Satellite and space work researcher
Provides the main scientific mission for the MARS96. Includes additional
Provides information on Samsung Electronics Company's new Global Mobile
Personal Communications by Satellite (GMPCS) business.
Missions of satellite in the future.
Lockheed Martin Co.'s Homepage tells about the new missions of satellites.
One of the new missions in NASA's space work
One of the newest missions in Russia's work
"A three-nation, three-spacecraft mission designed to study the sources,
transport and acceleration of energetic magnetospheric ions, and to study
the interaction between clouds of cool, dense, artificially injected plasma
and the hot, magnetized, rapidly flowing natural plasmas of the magnetosphere
and solar wind."
Gives detailed description of the Russian Satellite Magion-4.
This page "provides up to date information, resources, references and links
for space researchers and enthusiasts."
Satellite institutions over the WWW
NASA World Wide Web Information by Center
Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia
Stanford Aeronautics & Astronautics Space Systems Development Laboratory
NASA/Kennedy Space Center Home Page
University of Colorado at Boulder For Astronautic Research
Satellites around the World
Denmark's one of the Europe's satellite
Denmark's satellite homepage
European Space Agency
Describes the "characteristic feature of INTERBALL"
Norwegian Space Center
First Italian Satellite, very small in size, description and photo.
Swedish Space Corporation, includes some satellite parts, and recent advances
Swedish Institute of Space Physics
Satellites from France, contains photos and information
German Satellite information
Amateur Satellites of Japan
National Space Development Agency of Japan Home Page
Taiwan's long-term mission schedule for next 15 years.
Space Center for Satellite Navigation in Australia
Korean University's homepage for the satellite development missions
Satellite from America
The NASA Homepage
Satellites developed in Brazil
Measures the rainfall from the tropical side through the use of satellites
South America's satellite project
Describes the new aged micro-satellite
Central America's satellite
Stanford University's Aeronautics and Astronautics
Canadian Space Organization
For the Active Magnetospheric Particle Tracer Explorers, from Germany,
U.S., and U.K.
ASUSat1's information and technical descriptions