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one who supports and adheres to another

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a person who follows or serves another

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any celestial body orbiting around a planet or star

broadcast or disseminate via satellite

surrounding and dominated by a central authority or power

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Footage of the launch of the first artificial satellites and manned rockets as well as other historical moments in Man's quest to race to the Moon are featured.
Davis, director of the Arecibo Radio Observatory in Puerto Rico, will work on configuring the project's radio receivers to automatically weed out spurious signals from Earth or nearby, including those from artificial satellites.
Chen expressed, "In comparison to sounding rockets and artificial satellites, the sounding balloons have advantages of higher security, lower experiment cost, higher mobilization and shorter mission cycle.
Objective: In an increasingly saturated space about the Earth, aerospace engineers confront the mathematical problem of accurately predicting the position of Earth s artificial satellites.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About Military and Defense Avionics Systems Electronic systems such as flight management systems, navigation systems, and communication systems used in spacecraft, aircraft, and artificial satellites constitute avionic systems.
The inducement was even held out of the Observatory acquiring the camera at the end of the IGY and using it for purely astronomical purposes, (as I once remarked at a meeting of the Satellite Committee, the belief seemed to be prevalent that all artificial satellites would obediently tumble to Earth on 31 December 1958--failure to realize that we were witnessing the birth of a new era.
Like many artificial satellites, the station can be seen from Earth without any equipment (referred to as naked eye).
Observers of artificial satellites and spacecraft express absolute magnitude in terms of the V magnitude when objects are seen from a range of 1000km and illuminated by the Sun at a phase angle of 90[degrees].
First, TV stations send signals in the form of light waves to artificial satellites.