Which agency is responsible for developing and launching artificial satellites?
Isro, ussf, nasa
what are artificial satellites, its uses and significances
it is a 0 gravitatial spacecraft
In 2015, Elton Musk is launching one. India is launching 6 and the European Union is launching 4.
They go into space by launching a rocket and the spacecraft the get deployed from it.
R. Bender has written: 'Launching and operating satellites' -- subject(s): Artificial satellites, Space law
Satellites can't get repaired after launching but manned spacecrafts are repaired by Human space-walking.
launching deep-space expeditions
Because there could be weapons of mass destruction aboard it + they can use the satellites for surveillance.
Bruce E. Krell has written: 'Pocket PC developer's guide' -- subject(s): Pocket computers 'Measuring the impact of launch operations upon satellite effectiveness' -- subject(s): Artificial satellites, Launching, Orbits
Fireworks. Launching satellites. Servicing the International Space Station.
Many countries have the ability to produce satellites: China, India, Japan, Germany, France, Canada, the United States, and Russia. A smaller number of countries have facilities for launching satellites.
It was the first artificial satellite orbiting the Earth, and was launched in 1957 by the USSR. This triggered the "Space Race" between the USA and USSR - already political enemies - to be the first to put a man on the Moon, but the first practical satellites were for communications. The rivalry was sharpened by fears of war between the two superpowers.
Satellites fly around stratosphere. They release greenhouse gases there which destroy ozone.
Entrepreneurs are responsible for launching their business. In the early years, they may be responsible for being the manager and an employee.
yes, they thought it would be a great way to spy on us.
launching the first artificial satellite to orbit the Earth.
trash is already in outerspace;all those satellites we humans have been launching since the 50`s.
The most recent rocket launch of India occurred in February 2013. The Polar Satellite Launch vehicle launched, carrying seven satellites, with the purpose of launching new ocean SARAL satellites.
The first artificial satilite launched by the Soviet Union in 1957 launching this was the first step in the space race.
I haven't get the correct names of the satellites that Indian Government is going to launch but i know they go to launch satellites regarding "GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM". The Government is going to launch around 7 satellites by 2010. The Indian Government wants to develope its own GPS. Now the GPS is under the control of U.S.Government,it has around 20 satellites of its own. The Russian Government has around 24 satellites.
Mr Chirau Aameen is the IPL Chief and is responsible for launching th IPL..
i always thought it was Martin Luther King Jr.
The Air Force is Responsible for Air, Space, and Cyberspace. They do everything from Air Lifts to Stopping cyber attacks. From Launching Satellites to Spraying the rivers and valleys for Mosquitoes. As you can see the Responsibilities of the Air Force are far reaching. If you really want to know what the Air Force does, I recommend visiting the Air Force Web Site at airforce.com
Scientists also used the radiation to look beyond this world. By launching satellites equipped with X-ray detectors,
The Russians started the Space Race by launching Sputnik the first satellite, which then provoked fear in the Americans to begin development of their own satellites.
Common BPR phases are: Planning and launching; Current state assessing and learning from others; Designing solution; Developing business case justification; Developing solution; Implementing solution; and Instituting continuous improvement strategy.
Collect information regarding the Launching of artificial satellite by India in space.how have the artificial satellite proved usefuk to us?
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first stage: engine of the rocket is put on. second stage: lower part of the rocket splits. then the main part of the rocket enters the space and revolve around the earth.
Sputnik I, was the first earth-orbiting artificial satellite. It was launched into low Earth orbit by the Soviet Union October 4, 1957. One month after the launching of Sputnik I, on November 3, 1957, Sputnik II, a satellite weighing 1,120 pounds and containing the dog "Laika" was sent into orbit.
What was mostly directly responsible for increased federal financial support for education in the late 1950's?
the Soviet Union's launching of Sputnik
There are 14 NASA centers. The three primary centers associated with manned space flight are Johnson Space Center near Houston, Texas, responsible for the making the spacecrafts (Apollo, Shuttle, etc.) and the astronauts (selecting, training, assigning to missions), Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, responsible for making the launching rockets, Saturn V, etc. and Kennedy Space Center in Florida, responsible for the launch facilities and launching the missions.
They are useful for many things like reaching new places in space and launching satellites to help take snap shots of the world. But they can also be used for bad reasons like bombs in war.
Pope Urban II was responsible for assisting Emperor Alexus I (1081-1118) of Constantinople in launching the first crusade.
Here are some sentences. Launching a boat requires a celebration. They are launching a new yacht.
Who was the person responsible for launching the Montgomery bus boycott one of the pivotal events of the civil rights?
Rosa Parks was the catalyst for the Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955-1956.
You can make the satellite from scratch easily. Radio Amateur groups have made many. I cannot address the launch vehicle. Most such "home made" satellites are granted a 'ride' on an existing commercial launch.
This current day? What sort of rocket do you mean? If you mean a major rocket launch, no. If you mean over a large period of time, yes rockets are used for launching satellites and space station ships etc.
There are 13 countries which have the capability to launch satellites to orbit. Those are: Soviet Union / Russia United States France Japan China UK India Isrel Russia Ukrine Iran North Korea South Korea --note-- The above information is incorrect. The Soviet Union does not exist since 1991. Russia and Ukraine inherited their space facilities from the former Soviet Union. Britain and France launch satellites under the aegis of the European Space Agency, which also… Read More
Build a missile for launching satellites into orbit. Build a nuclear bomb. Replace the satellite payload of your missile with that nuclear bomb. Adjust the missile guidance system to drop the bomb on a selected target instead of injecting it into orbit. Simple?
I'm not sure which document you are referring to, but NASA doesn't generally get involved in warfare. They do support work in things like launching communications and recon satellites and such, but if it is strictly military, it's generally handled by the US Air Force.
Yes, All the World is a Magnet In the 1950's humans began launching artificial satellites into space. One of the forst things they discovered was that there is an area of space high above the atmosphere that influenced by the Earth's magetic field. We named this region the magnetosphere. Earth's magnetic field is similar to a giant bar magnet. There is a north and south pole with magnetic lines of force surrounding the planet. The… Read More
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There were two: Apollo Applications Program - responsible for launching SkyLab and the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project Space Transportation System (STS) - The Space Shuttle program.
Satellites need to be in an orbit entirely outside the atmosphere, else they will slow down and burn up or fall to earth. This is basically horizontal above the ground for the "cheapest" circular orbit, but several miles up. Launching horizontally on the Earth won't work because of air resistance. It would work on the Moon. On Earth, it is easier to launch more-or-less straight up to get through the atmosphere, then boost sideways to… Read More
French Guiana used to be a territory where convicts were sent to get France rid of them. It also had a penal colony in the "devil's island", made famous by the book "papillon" and the film with Steve McQueen and Dustin Hoffmann. French Guiana is now the launching site for European satellites.
Synonyms for launching can include throwing, tossing, firing, slinging, propelling, or catapulting. There is no antonym for launching. However, in space science, a delay in launching a rocket would be "holding," which might be considered an opposite action.
It was significant because it was the first artificial satellite that reached an orbit, and it also started the space race between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.; for example, first man on the moon wouldn't have happen if the Soviet Unions had not launched Sputnik I.
Why do people think launching spacecraft from the moon is a desirable alternative to launching them from earth?
Due to the lack of gravity, launching a spacecraft of any sort is a lot easier.
it will take 1000 billion $ for launching a satellite in the space.
The launching site of all N.A.S.A spacecrafts are in Cape Kennedy Florida.