Space Mission & Satellite

Session Track 16:- Space Mission  &  Satellite

Rockets are used in space missions to look at the planets Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Saturn as well as extraterrestrial objects, asteroids, and life. The traveller rockets are rapidly leaving our immediate planetary system as New Horizons is heading toward its encounter with Pluto in 2015. Closer to home, we have experiments in an extremely satellite ring, a small group of solar-powered material science missions, local telescopes, and a small army of Earth-monitoring satellites. Within the Earth's orbit, the International Space Station continues to circle the globe with a crew of local travellers and cosmonauts on board at all times.

Correspondences A satellite could be a fake satellite that transmits and improves radio communications signals using a transponder between a source and a recipient. Communication via satellites.


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