AISAT-1 First Year in Orbit

@inproceedings{Cooksley2003AISAT1FY,
  title={AISAT-1 First Year in Orbit},
  author={J. Cooksley and A. Curiel and P. Stephens and L. Boland and S. Jason and W. Sun and M. Sweeting},
  year={2003}
}
The role of satellites in medium and high-resolution reconnaissance of the Earth has been well demonstrated in recent years through missions such as Landsat, SPOT, IKONOS, EROS, ImageSat and Quickbird. Medium resolution data products have added significantly to Earth science, but commercial markets have concentrated on enhancing resolution. The markets for such high-resolution data products are well served, and are likely to become more competitive with further planned high-resolution missions… Expand
AlSat-1B Solar Array Assembly Design and Flight Qualification

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