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2] = 100 min; satellite orbit is a circle; obliquity angle of the orbital plane i = 108[degrees]; [omega] = 0.
They immediately investigated and applied the correction found in 1998 for decaying satellite orbits, an adjustment that did tend to raise the already present warming trend (an effect that was partly caused by temporary warmth from the 1997-98 El Nino condition in the Pacific Ocean, which occurred at what was then the record's end point).
who has made a number of important contributions to celestial mechanics and the computation of satellite orbits (SN: 2/24/90, p.
Although virtually every natural satellite orbits a planet in the same direction that the planet orbits the sun, Triton rotates around Neptune in an opposite, or retrograde, direction.
Now they can add in much smaller perturbations to get results useful to engineers planning satellite orbits that lie between 300 and 2,000 miles above the Earth's surface, says Andre Deprit of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, Md.
The CS110 service will share the same satellite orbits (East 110) as the BS Digital service launched in December 2000, allowing viewers to receive both broadcasting services using one common receiver.
The radiation from intense solar disturbances could disrupt radio and telephone communications, damage electronic systems in satellites, present radiation hazards to astronauts and aircraft passengers at high altitudes, and alter satellite orbits (SN: 7/2/88, p.
Sony's multi-satellite tuners will take advantage of all DIRECTV programming available across their entire system of 101(degree), 110(degree) and 119(degree) satellite orbits to bring new and future programming options to consumers.

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