Latest Geosynchronous orbit Stories
Principal Investigator George Ricker likes to call it the "Goldilocks orbit" -- it’s not too close to Earth and her Moon, and it's not too far. In fact, it's just right.
On February 15, astronomers will have an exciting opportunity with a record-setting close approach of an asteroid. The research team, using the National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) and NASA telescopes, will gain a key clue that will help predict the future of this nearby cosmic neighbor.
When you consider the cost of launching a satellite, it’s small wonder that ESA is looking to keep them working as long as possible.
NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) passed a major milestone on May 14, when it completed its post-launch check out and officially began its five-year science mission to study the sun.
Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE:ORB) has completed final testing on the SES New Skies NSS-9 commercial communications satellite, the company announced today.
Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE:ORB) announced today that it will release its third quarter 2008 financial results prior to the opening of the market on Thursday, October 16, 2008.
-- Company Signs Long-Term Lease for First Phase of Chandler Expansion Plan That Would Support a 50% Growth in Employment During the Next Decade -- -- Fast-Growing Space Technology Company Also Renewing Lease on Current Facility for Another 11 Years -- Orbital Sciences Corporation Barron Beneski, 703-406-5528 Public and Investor Relations firstname.lastname@example.org Logo: http://www.orbital.com Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE:ORB), one of the world's leading space technology...
Japanese scientists are devoting themselves to cracking the greatest sci-fi vision of all: the space elevator.
Orbital Sciences Corporation (NYSE:ORB), the world's leading manufacturer of smaller-sized geosynchronous (GEO) communications satellites, announced today that the AMC-21 satellite, which is based on the company's STAR-2 platform, was successfully launched into orbit during a mission that took place on Thursday, August 14, 2008.
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