Team Wins Trip to Space for Satellite Ground Station Plan

Team Wins Trip to Space for Satellite Ground Station Plan
technology

SatNOGS Project enables open-source network of ground stations to provide better satellite observations.

Kiran Umapathy
  • 22 january 2015

With so many satellites orbiting the earth and too few ground stations to observe them, a lot of critical information is being overlooked. The SatNOGS Project seeks to bring together ground stations from around the world under a single network to complete observation assignments and publish the results in a cohesive manner. The hope is that satellite monitoring is vastly improved from its present state.

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