I know people who would like to use that kind of technology on their house to see where it’s leaking warmth.
You know, that video can be downloaded for free at the source.
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A satellite in Low Eart Orbit, LEO, can cover just one certain area of the Earth’s surface at a time. The same thing goes when it comes to contacting the satellite. To download data from the satellite, or to send commands to the satellite is possible only during the few minutes each orbit it passes right […]
Most of our satellites orbit the Earth – either in Low Earth Orbit, LEO, Medium Earth Orbit, or in Geostationary Orbit, GEO. The closer to the Earth a satellite is the shorter its period. So – What if the satellite is even further away than the geostationary satellites? Why would you place satellites that far […]
Friday, November 13th, at a conference, Professor Hannu Koskinen, gave a speech about space as an almost infinite source of surprises. Being a part of the Rosetta team, he reminded the audience about comments on the first images showing the duck-shaped comet 67P/Chyryumov-Gerasimenko. The images of Pluto, captured by New Horizons, also were more surprising […]
Recently, something interesting happened to me over on Google+. I uttered an opinion. Now, that in itself is not interesting, of course, because everybody does. What was interesting was that the opinion was not really an opinion at all: Earth is part of space. I am no social media king by any stretch as you […]