Infrared Info from Space

April 2009
Armada International;Apr2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p54
The article announces the completion of the tests of the Space-Based Infrared System (Sbirs) geosynchronous orbit (Geo-1) satellite flight software from Lockheed Martin. The satellite will be used to provide early warning of missile launches. The applications of the software include controlling space vehicle electrical power and temperature.


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