Deep Space Communications

Some articles on space, deep space communications, deep space:

Space - In Psychology
... Psychologists first began to study the way space is perceived in the middle of the 19th century ... Psychologists analyzing the perception of space are concerned with how recognition of an object's physical appearance or its interactions are perceived, see, for example, visual space ... and self preservation as well as simply one's idea of personal space ...
List Of Radio Telescopes - Europe
... Yevpatoria RT-70 radio telescope Center for deep space communications, Yevpatoria, Crimea, Ukraine RT-70, 70 m telescope, operating range 5–300 GHz TNA 1500 Kalyasin ... TNA-400 Center for deep space communications, Simferopol, Crimea, Ukraine TNA-400, 32 m telescope IRAM - 30m Pico Veleta, in Granada, Spain 30m dish operated by the Institute for Millimetric Radio ... Array of 14 25-meter dishes 25 m telescope Onsala Space Observatory, Onsala, Sweden 25 m telescope Dwingeloo (CAMRAS) Dwingeloo, Netherlands 25 m steerable dish, formerly operated by ASTRON, now in ...
List Of Observatory Codes - 200-299
244 Geocentric Occultation Observation 245 Spitzer Space Telescope (space observatory) 246 Kleť Observatory-KLENOT 247 Roving Observer 248 Hipparcos (space observatory - defunct) 249 SOHO (space ...
Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex
... The Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex (GDSCC)—commonly called the Goldstone Observatory—is located in California's Mojave Desert ... main purpose is to track and communicate with space missions ... It includes the Pioneer Deep Space Station, which is a U.S ...
Deep Space Communications Complex
... Deep Space Communications Complex can refer to The Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex located at[Tidbinbilla, Australian Capital Territory near Canberra ...

Famous quotes containing the words deep and/or space:

    So much missing, no sense of self, no core, no trust. Only a deep hollow we need to fill.
    Sister Michele, Indian nun. As quoted in the New York Times Magazine, p. 35 (January 16, 1994)

    ... the movie woman’s world is designed to remind us that a woman may live in a mansion, an apartment, or a yurt, but it’s all the same thing because what she really lives in is the body of a woman, and that body is allowed to occupy space only according to the dictates of polite society.
    Jeanine Basinger (b. 1936)