Orbiting Earth satellites have several uses. One is the simple exploration of the conditions of space and how Earth activities would be different there. The lack of gravity provides for unique studies of biological and chemical reactions. Another is the lack of atmospheric interference, which improves astronomical observation and measurement of other space phenomena. The vantage point of an orbiting satellite likewise offers an excellent observation of the Earth, with a wide variety of cameras, radar, and other instruments. This allows monitoring of geologic and weather activity. Suitable locations in near-Earth space provide communications relay locations for radio, television, phone, and data transmissions.
Natural satellites were not invented they are a natural phenomena. That is why they are called natural.
The computer was invented in the early 50s. This was mainly invented for purposes of facilitating military communications through the satellites.
the Russians created sputnik 1
It was invented in the 1960's by the military. Originally there were five satellites orbiting the earth that allowed ships to fix their position on the seas once every hour. Today's GPS network has around 30 active satellites.
Yes satellites have the ability to detect stealth planes. Stealth technology was likely invented in Germany during World War II.
Johnson Markis is the inventer of satellites he made/found them in 1950 he want ed to know what the earth and around it looked like so he invented it. Johnson Markis
Electricity, the telephone, satellites, television, the Wii, and the 4G network.
More technology has been invented and improved. With the satellites today, they are very high-tech. From the Sputnik to the spy and communication satellites you can see the difference. Basically, the technology has improved and more high-tech equipment also.
The first artificial satellite was Sputnik 1 in 1957. The theoretical basis for satellites was developed by Isaac Newton and described in his book A System of the World published in 1687.
NASA was the first corporation to invent the weather satellite. The people who invented it are not listed but it was invented in 1960 and the first satellite was named TIROS 1 and was launched at Cape Canaveral in Florida
There are nine types of artificial satellites. Here is the list: Astronomical satellites, Biosatellites satellites, Communication satellites, Miniaturized Satellites, Navigational satellites, Reconnaissance satellites, Earth observation satellites, Space stations, and Weather satellites.
Venus does not have satellites.Venus has no natural satellites.
No, because rings are not satellites, but the moons are satellites.
GPS was not invented for forty years after WWII ended. GPS depends on satellites orbiting the earth. The satellites get there by rocket. The first satellite did not orbit the earth until 1957.
Venus has no natural satellites (moons)Venus a planet has no moons or satellites.Venus has no natural satellites.
Mercury has no satellites.
No, there are not satellites on Uranus.
Mercury has no satellites because it is to far away. It has no moons (natural satellites).
Specifically, yes there are satellites that orbit Saturn. The satellites are the moons of Saturn.
Communication satellites orbit around the Earth.Communication satellites orbit around the Earth.Communication satellites orbit around the Earth.Communication satellites orbit around the Earth.
The Navy project TIMATION began in 1964. It provided the technological basis for GPS (accurate clocks on the satellites updated from secure ground stations, satellites in circular orbits in mid-altitudes - 8 or 12 hours preferred).
It has 3 satellites!
yes, there are satellites on the moon