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|The Pine Gap tracking station is the CIA/NSA site that receives satellite data.||09/10/2006||748|
|The Katsuura Tracking and Communication Station's facilities include four parabolic antennas, tracking and control building, electric building, and Nonozuka collimation building. |
The Katsuura Tracking and Communication Station was established in Katsuura, Chiba, in February, 1968 as Katsuura radiowave tracking base of the Science and Technology Agency (STA) Space Development Headquarter...
|The New Norcia Tracking station is located 140 kilometres north of Perth, in Western Australia, close to the town of New Norcia. It is operated by Xantic.|
The 35-metre diameter antenna with transmission and reception in both S- and X-bands, is designed for deep-space satellite missions and provides daily support to Mars Express, Rosetta and Venus Express in its Routine phase, and in the ...
|TEAL AMBER: Space Surveillance site is an Optical Tracking Station in the Malabar Optics Laboratory in Florida. It consists of three optical tracking receiver systems.|
It is one of two dedicated electro-optical telescopes, the other being at Haleakala, Maui that is code named TEAL BLUE. These telescopes are used primarily for near-earth and deep space satellite tracking and space objec...
|Shows the 3hr flight path and position of the international space station in google sky. Such that you are able to identify when it will pass over your house, through which constellations and at what time. It also includes a local horizon and star tracking utility, so that you will always know which bearing/altitude to point your telescope.|
Full instructions for how to use the KM...
|The Tanegashima Space Centre (TNSC) was established in 1969, when the original National Space Development Agency of Japan (NASDA) was formed. It is the largest space-development facility in Japan (8,600,000 square meters) and is located in the south of Kagoshima Prefecture, along the southeast coast of Tanegashima. It is known as the most beautiful rocket-launch complex in the world.|
|During the early 1960s, NASA and the Department of Defense needed a mobile tracking and telemetry platform to support the Apollo space program and other unmanned space flight operations. In a joint project, NASA and the DoD contracted with the McDonnell Douglas and the Bendix Corporations to modify eight Boeing C-135 Stratolifter cargo aircraft into Apollo/Range Instrumentation Aircraft (A/RIA)...||08/09/2009||1,208|
|The Balls Eight is a NASA NB-52B Mothership, NASA tail number 52-008. It was retired from active service with NASA on 17 December 2004 after almost 50 years flying service. The Balls 8 was famous for dropping aerospace research vehicles for 106 flights of the X-15. It flew a total of 159 captive-carry and launch missions in support of the X-15 program from June 1959 to October 1968. It also fle...||10/08/2007||547|
|Overlay of Soloman Island. Picture from Nasa International Space Station and MSN news.||05/06/2007||1,152|
|Shanghai-based Jiangnan Shipyard began to build two hulls of the third-generation Yuanwang space tracking ship in 2005. The first hull Yuanwang 5 was launched on 15 September 2006, with the sea trial beginning in early 2007. The ship was officially handed over to the Satellite Maritime Tracking and Control (SMTC) based in Jiangyin on 29 September 2007. The ship was joined by its sister ship Yua...||05/31/2010||763|
|52-0008 / NASA 008 (cn 16498) NASA's NB-52B "Balls Eight".|
This one carries from every testplane from X-15 over X-38 until X-43.
|NASA and UPS hangar on the Cleveland Airport.|
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