Tag: Geostationary

Surveyor’s Saturday Serendipity: How Satellites Work

Surveyor's Saturday Serendipity How Satellites Work

A wee bit of Surveyor’s Saturday Serendipity with this older, but interesting, video describes how satellites work: “Geostationary satellites are positioned one-tenth of the way to the moon (about 36,000 km), but how do they stay there? This video shows how

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Professional Land Surveyor News: Newest NOAA Geostationary Satellite Reaches Orbit

Here’s a news article from earlier this month that I missed, but thought was interesting. Besides, the picture of the rocket taking off is pretty cool, too! Newest NOAA Geostationary Satellite Reaches Orbit GOES-P has improved severe weather, solar storm

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