A moon is a satellite but a satellite doesn't mean that it'll be a moon.
A satellite depended financially, economically, and militarily on the USSR. This is called a "satellite nation".
If you mean around planet earth I suspect the moon is the biggest satellite
It means looking at an image, a picture, taken by a satellite.
The Moon is our satellite. If you mean like satellites in orbit, those are around the Earth. If you mean is a ship on the Moon, rephrase.
moon means, a natural satellite.
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Global Positioning Satellite
It really depends on what you mean by a satellite. There are approximately 2465 artificial satellites orbitting earth. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satellite for more information.
You mean AERIAL I hope. This is a photograph or movie taken from the air, by an aircraft or satellite
It means that it has WiFi.
If you mean what it is used for, its most common uses are for weather forecasting, and communications, like satellite TV and radio.
Nothing - It is Russian for Satellite actually, while sputnik was the first satellite sent up by the Russians into space, and first ever really, it doesn't mean satellite in Russian. It means "fellow traveler of the earth" contrary to what you might think
A satellite is an object that orbits around another object. A satellite can either be natural, like a moon, or man-made like the satellites that help bring Internet and television from around the world.
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The Moon is a satellite.The Moon is a satellite.The Moon is a satellite.The Moon is a satellite.
Did you mean a stellite TV, phone or navigation system? The answer will depend on what type of satellite service you are looking for. If its satellite TV id first make sure you can get service in your area.
land satellite sea satellite communication satellite weather satellite and spy satellite
An Artificial Satellite is a satellite is a satellite that humans have put into orbit eg. a weather satellite or a satellite for a GPS (sat-nav) the moon is a natural satellite
It all depends on what you mean by 'first'. Do you mean the first person or the first satelliteto orbit the earth?If you mean the first satellite, than it was Sputnik. It was sent into orbit in 1957 by the Russians. When the Americans heard that the Russians had actually gotten a satellite in orbit around earth, they immediately constructed a 3 pound satellite that they called Americas response to Russia (however Russia's satellite was 3 tons). The satellite rose a few feet into the air and fell down and crashed. The Russians said they were sorry the Americans were having so much trouble.If you mean the first person; that was Yuri Gagarin, a Russian. The Russians also beat the Americans to getting a Man in space in 1962, only five years after the first satellite was put into space.
Satellite learning is learning that is done off campus. It can mean taking courses from home, or from other locations away from the school's main campus.
NESSID stands for National Environmental Satellite Service Identification
Countries controlled by a more powerful nation