Communication support for future earth science space missions

@article{Hadjitheodosiou2004CommunicationSF,
  title={Communication support for future earth science space missions},
  author={Michael H. Hadjitheodosiou and Yingyong Chen},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={2004},
  volume={46},
  pages={321-342}
}
The NASA Earth Science Enterprise s (ESE s) vision for the future involves a scenario where all Earth observing spacecraft form a distributed network to provide real-time multi-sensor information transfer to users on the ground. This scenario will require sensors and instruments on spacecraft to become addressable nodes in a communication network. These include missions consisting of single spacecraft to multiple spacecraft flying in formation, in clusters, or in constellations. The present… CONTINUE READING
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