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Scientific/Military satellites |
Q) What space surveillance systems should you have?
Q) What research and development has been done in this regard?
Q) What research and development is further required?
Q) What results are available?
Q) Who around the world has advanced resources and products services in this context?
Q) What types of scientific satellites and explorers have there been?
Q) What scientific satellites and explorers are planned for the future?
Q) How much does one scientific satellite cost?
Q) What is a satellite's life span?
Q) What happens to scientific satellites when they reach the end of their life?
Q) How are names chosen for scientific satellites and explorers?
Q) Is remote sensing always done using satellites?
Q) Is there a difference between a Landsat satellite and a RADARSAT satellite?
Q) What is the difference between an ACTIVE and a PASSIVE sensor?
Q) How does radar work?
Q) Is there one remote sensing satellite that is the best?
Q) How high up are these satellites?
Q) How many remote sensing satellites are there?
Q) How do the remote sensing satellites "cover" the Earth?
Q) How long does it take for a satellite to "cover" the Earth?
Q) How is the satellite data sent from way up there, down to us?
Q) How long does it take the data to reach Earth?
Q) Why are some satellite images in black and white and others in colour?
Q) Why do we get such strange colours in many of these satellite images?
Q) Can sensors see underground or underwater?