MARISAT

   US Maritime Communications Satellites. A total of three launches in 1976.

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  • Marisat — satellites were the first maritime telecommunications satellites and were designed to provide dependable telecommunications for commercial shipping and the U.S Navy from stable geosynchronous orbital locations over the three major ocean regions.… …   Wikipedia

  • Marisat —   [ mærɪsæt; Abkürzung für englisch Maritime communication satellite »maritimer Nachrichtensatellit«], seit 1976 aus drei Satelliten bestehendes System geostationärer Nachrichtensatelliten für die amerikanische Marine und den kommerziellen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Marisat — [mar′ə sat΄] n. [mari(time) sat(ellite)] any of a system of U.S. satellites for providing communication to and between ships at sea …   English World dictionary

  • Marisat — /mar euh sat /, n. one of a series of geostationary communications satellites that relay telecommunications between ships at sea and shore stations. [mari(time) sat(ellite)] * * * …   Universalium

  • MARISAT — Maritime Satellie 1. Generation von Seefunksatelliten in den 70er Jahren ( > Lexikon der Text und Datenverarbeitung ) …   Acronyms

  • MARISAT — Maritime Satellie 1. Generation von Seefunksatelliten in den 70er Jahren ( > Lexikon der Text und Datenverarbeitung ) …   Acronyms von A bis Z

  • Marisat — • maritime satellite system …   Maritime acronyms and abbreviations

  • MARISAT —    Maritime satellite service …   IT glossary of terms, acronyms and abbreviations

  • Marisat — /mar euh sat /, n. one of a series of geostationary communications satellites that relay telecommunications between ships at sea and shore stations. [mari(time) sat(ellite)] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Список космических запусков в 1976 году — Список орбитальных запусков, произведённых в 1976 году. Дата (UTC) Стартовый комплекс Ракета носитель NSSDC ID Имя КА Тип 06.01 04:52 …   Википедия

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