The Swift survey leverages infrared imaging previously compiled by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and extends it into higher energies," said team member Michael Siegel, a research associate at the Swift Mission Operations Center (MOC) in State College, Pa.
What does MOC stand for?
MOC stands for Mission Operations Center
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- Ministry of Coal (India)
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- Mint On Card
- Mint Original Condition (product description)
- Mise en Oeuvre Conjointe (French: Joint Implementation; Kyoto Protocol)
- Missile Operations Center
- Mission Observation Center
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The images were captured by a telescope on board NASA's Swift satellite, whose science and flight operations are controlled by Penn State from the Mission Operations Center in State College, Pennsylvania, using the Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope, which resulted from Penn State's collaboration with the Mullard Space Science Laboratory of the University College-London.
NuSTAR's mission operations center is at UC Berkeley, with the Italian Space Agency providing an equatorial ground station located at Malindi, Kenya.
Troy Molendyke, commander of the 705th Combat Training Squadron that oversees the distributed mission operations center here.
The June 2006 Air Force Virtual Flag exercise was conducted in conjunction with joint fire control measures (JFCMs) joint test and evaluation at the Distributed Mission Operations Center, Kirtland, AFB, New Mexico, and provided a venue to experiment with the JAG[C.
worked as the "white force" or exercise control force from the Distributed Mission Operations Center, Kirtland AFB, N.
Air Force Distributed Mission Operations Center, 505th Distributed Warfare Group Team award for producing unmatched immersive synthetic combat environments for Air Force Virtual Flag exercises that linked the operational and tactical levels of war, directly increased joint readiness, and put the warfighter in charge of driving training transformation requirements.
The landing represents an achievement "not likely to be repeated in the lifetime of anyone alive today," said David Southwood, ESA science director, during a news briefing at the agency's mission operations center in Darmstadt, Germany.