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Why does the Earth slant?
October 08, 2012 8:52AM
the earth is slant because the sun is on it left side up and the moon is on it right side down and if it is not slant we won't have the normal circulation of the earth.
What is slant range in satellite communication?
Slant range is the LOS (line of site ) distance between the earth station and the satellite and it is very important in satellite link calculation .For instance to calculate the pathloss slant range would be used.Furthermore slant range is a means to describe the satellite location above the surface of the earth.