Satellites: Orbits and Missions

Michel Capderou, "Satellites: Orbits and Missions"
S-r | 2005 | ISBN: 2287213171 | 564 pages | File type: PDF | 26 mb

This book treats the subject of satellite orbits, showing how the wide range of available orbits can be put to use to satisfy the needs of fields as varied as communications, positioning, remote-sensing, meteorology, and astronomy. The satellite is first discussed in the context of the laws of space mechanics. The various categories of orbit (circular, elliptical, high, low, geostationary, and sun-synchronous) are then presented, together with the problem of sampling (when and how the satellite views its target).

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