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Optimal finite thrust geostationary satellite positioning with operational constraintsDONATH, T; AUMASSON, C; MAINGUY, A. M et al.Acta astronautica. 1986, Vol 13, Num 9, pp 537-546, issn 0094-5765Conference Paper

Delta velocities and propulsion requirements for east-west and north-south station keeping for spacecraft in GSOPATTAN, Bruno.Space communications. 2001, Vol 17, Num 4, pp 313-319, issn 0924-8625Article

Equitable access for all nations to the geostationary satellite orbitWITHERS, D. J.Space communication and broadcasting. 1984, Vol 2, Num 4, pp 309-314, issn 0167-9368Article

AN OPTIMAL PACKING PROBLEM FOR SATELLITES IN GEOSYNCHRONAIS ORBITFEIRING BR; FIELDER D; BOND VR et al.1983; OPERATIONS RESEARCH LETTERS; ISSN 507679; NLD; DA. 1983; VOL. 2; NO 1; PP. 1-6; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

THUNDERSTORM MONITORING FROM A GEOSYNCHRONOUS SATELLITE.ADLER RF; FENN DD.sdIN: CONF. AEROSP. AERONAUT. METEOROL. 7. SYMP. REMOTE SENSING SATELL.; MELBOURNE, FLA.; 1976; BOSTON, MASS.; AM. METEOROL. SOC.; DA. S.D.; PP. 307-311; BIBL. 6 REF.Conference Paper

THE SYSTEM OF GEOSTATIONARY METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITES DURING THE GLOBAL WEATHER EXPERIMENTMORGAN J.1980; E.S.A. BULL.; FRA; DA. 1980; NO 21; PP. 26-31Article

THE SYNCHRONOUS METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE (SMS): ITS ADVANTAGES AND APPLICATIONS.SCOFIELD RA; OLIVER VJ.sdIN: INT. SYMP. REMOTE SENSING ENVIRON. 10. PROC.; ANN ARBOR, MICH.; 1975; ANN ARBOR; ENVIRON. RES. INST. MICHIGAN; DA. S.D.; VOL. 1; PP. 159-162Conference Paper

METEOSAT. EUROPE'S GEOSTATIONARY WEATHER SATELLITE.1978; SPACEFLIGHT; G.B.; DA. 1978; VOL. 20; NO 4; PP. 127-134Article

DEVELOPMENT OF GEOSTATIONARY METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE (GMS) OF JAPAN.HIRAI M; WATANABE K; TSURU H et al.1975; IN: INT. SYMP. SPACE TECHNOL. SCI. 11. PROC.; TOKYO; 1975; TOKYO; AGNE; DA. 1975; PP. 461-465Conference Paper

L'imagerie géostationnaire et son évolutionRATIER, A; ROQUET, H; SCHMETZ, J et al.Météorologie (Paris. 1925). 2003, Vol 8° série, Num 40, pp 74-79, issn 0026-1181, 6 p.Article

Geostationary tether satellite system and its application to communication systemsYASAKA, T; HATSUDA, T.IEEE transactions on aerospace and electronic systems. 1988, Vol 24, Num 1, pp 68-75, issn 0018-9251Article

Les satellites météorologiquesRENAUT, D.Météorologie (Paris. 1925). 2003, Vol 8° série, Num 45, pp 33-37, issn 0026-1181, 5 p.Article

Study of interference models for equitable and efficient use of the geostationary orbitMURATANI, T; ITO, Y; KOBAYASHI, H et al.Space communication and broadcasting. 1984, Vol 2, Num 4, pp 323-338, issn 0167-9368Article

L'expérience LASSO = The LASSO experimentFridelance, Patricia; Veillet, C.1994, 94 p.Thesis

Sea surface temperature: observations from geostationary satellitesBATES, J. J; SMITH, W. L.J.G.R. Journal of geophysical research. Part C, Oceans and atmospheres. 1985, Vol 90, Num 6, pp 11.609-11.618Article

The motion of a geosynchronous satelliteBHATNAGAR, K. B.Symposium - International astronomical union. 1985, Num 114, pp 293-295, issn 0074-1809Article

Effects of spurious emission to radio astronomy from transmitters on geostationary satellitesHIRABAYASHI, H; MORIMOTO, M; TANAKA, H et al.Publications of the Astronomical Society of Japan. 1985, Vol 37, Num 3, pp 591-599, issn 0004-6264Article

Performance analysis for regional satellite positioning system based upon GEO/HEO hybrid constellationLIU HUIJIE; ZHANG NAITONG.High technology letters. 2000, Vol 6, Num 3, pp 18-23, issn 1006-6748Article

Satellite locations ― 1984MORGAN, W. L.Proceedings of the IEEE. 1984, Vol 72, Num 11, pp 1434-1444, issn 0018-9219Article

Une configuration de satellite de télécommunication géostationnaire avec plate-forme de service pointée sur le soleil «moyen» = A geostationary telecommunication satellite configuration with service platform pointed on the «middle» sunDUCHON, P; ROLFO, A.Acta astronautica. 1983, Vol 10, Num 8, pp 555-571, issn 0094-5765Article

RELIABILITY OF ENHANCED (EIR) GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITE DATA AT HIGH LATITUDESPARMENTIER HOLT FC.1982; MONTHLY WEATHER REVIEW; ISSN 0027-0644; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 110; NO 10; PP. 1519-1523; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

APPLICATIONS OF STEROSCOPIC HEIGHT COMPUTATIONS FROM DUAL GEOSYNCHRONOUS SATELLITE DATA (POINT NASA-JAPAN STEREO PROJECTFUJITA TT; DODGF JC.1982; ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH; ISSN 503622; GBR; DA. 1982 PUBL. 1983; VOL. 2; NO 6; PP. 153-160; BIBL. 11 REF.Conference Paper

INTRODUCTION TO THE SIRIO-2 PROGRAMME1981; ; FRA; DA. 1981; ESA-SP/1039; 36 P.; 30 CMReport

THEORIE ANALYTIQUE APPROCHEE DU MOUVEMENT D'UN SATELLITE STATIONNAIRE DE LA TERRETIMOSHKOVA EI.1977; UCHEN. ZAP. LENINGRAD. GOS. UNIV., MAT. NAUK; S.S.S.R.; DA. 1977; NO 54; PP. 77-90; ABS. ANGL.; BIBL. 6 REF.Article

A NOVEL VMF TURNSTILE ANTENNA FOR SMS SATELLITE = UNE NOUVELLE ANTENNE TOURNIQUET TRES HAUTE FREQUENCE POUR SATELLITE METEOROLOGIQUE SYNCHRONEGREGORWICH W.1972; IN: 1 NATL. TELECOMMUN. CONF. REC. HOUSTON, TEX.; 1972; NEW YORK; INST. ELECTR. ELECTRON. ENG.; DA. 1972; PP. 36FO1-36FO4; BIBL. 2REF.Conference Paper

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