Space Missions & Satellites


Space missions and satellites refer to exploring space using man-made objects such as spacecraft, rockets, and satellites. These missions involve launching objects into space to study and investigate various aspects of space, such as planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and other celestial bodies.



A satellite is an artificial object placed in orbit around the earth or other celestial body. It can be used in a variety of applications including communications, navigation, earth observation, and scientific research.



Space missions and satellites are designed and developed by scientists, engineers, and technicians from a variety of disciplines, including aerospace engineering, computer science, and physics. Successful completion of these missions requires careful planning, design, execution, and advanced technology and equipment.



Space missions and satellites have greatly contributed to our understanding of the universe and have yielded important discoveries such as mapping the human genome, studying the Earth's atmosphere and climate, and exploring other planets and moons. It also has practical uses, such as improving communication and navigation systems and providing advanced weather forecasts.


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  • Aerospace engineering

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