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Title: CSIR eNews: Space technology
Other Titles: -CSIR pledges free earth observation data for Africa
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Authors: CSIR
Keywords: Space technology
CSIR
Issue Date: Mar-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Citation: CSIR eNews: Space technology, March 2008
Series/Report no.: CSIR
Abstract: The CSIR Satellite Applications Centre is a key component of the CSIR's efforts to maximise the benefit of information, communications and space technology for industry and society. The centre at Hartebeesthoek is located some 70 km west of Pretoria in the Magaliesberg mountain range and is ideally positioned to provide tracking, telemetry and command (TT&C) services for geo-synchronous and polar orbiting spacecraft to the manufacturers, operators and users of satellites and launch vehicles. It is also ideally situated for satellite data acquisition and as such, delivers earth observation data relayed from satellites to a range of stakeholders.
Description: Copyright: 2008 CSIR
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/2187
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