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ScanEx Cooperates With Chinese Meteorological Orbiter Series
29.07.2014 18:45
ScanEx Cooperates With Chinese Meteorological Orbiter Series
(Source: http://www.geoexpo.ru/ru-RU)

"ScanEx" Engineering Technology Center became the first Russian company specializing in receiving and processing satellite data from Chinese meteorological "FengYun-3" orbiter series, situated on polar orbits.

      Meteorological data, the collection of which is produced in 8 GHz range, is received in UniScan X-band by data receiving station from polar-orbiting Remote Sensing satellites. Currently, there are three polar-orbiting space crafts of this series: "FY-3A", "FY-3B" and "FY-3C".  The first one was launched in 2008, and the last one a year ago.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russia International Russian Science    

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