The Near-Earth Object Surveillance Satellite will launch with a goal of a bird s eye view of the space between our planet and the Sun, as said by Scientists at the University of Calgary.
What does SURSAT stand for?
SURSAT stands for Surveillance Satellite
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One of the Canadian satellites is NEOSSAT or the Near-Earth Object Surveillance Satellite which the Canadian space agency calls "the world's first space telescope dedicated to detecting and tracking asteroids and satellites".
Navy sailors aboard USS Lake Erie (CG-70) received tracking information from space tracking and surveillance satellites and launched the missile before the shipboard SPY-1 radar detected the target.
Within 24 hours of the tip-off, the militants were detected by US surveillance satellites fleeing the sites.
The two demonstration Space Tracking and Surveillance Satellites, launched by MDA.
Japan is developing a low-cost surveillance satellite to aid disaster relief and other purposes as it looks to expand its reach into emerging markets, government and corporate officials said Friday.
TOKYO: Japan is developing a low-cost surveillance satellite to aid disaster relief and other purposes as it looks to expand its reach into emerging markets, government and corporate officials said Friday.
A ground-based network of radar and optical telescopes is currently used around the world to monitor about 1,000 active satellites and 20,000 pieces of debris, but the Space-Based Space Surveillance satellite will provide a clear view of deep space, unaffected by weather or daylight.