Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of TBR/UserApp/Space/ProbaV


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    1111The ‘V’ in its name stands for Vegetation: Proba-V will fly a reduced-mass version of the Vegetation instrument currently on board the Spot satellites to provide a daily overview of global vegetation growth.
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    13 {| align="center"
    14 |+'''PROBA V'''
    15 |-
    16 |[wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px]
    17 |}
     13||'''PROBA V'''||
     14||[[Image(wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px)]]||
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    2219The aim is to guarantee data continuity for the Vegetation dataset once the current Spot missions end.
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    24 {| border="1"
    25 |+ '''Proba-V facts and figures'''
    26 |-
    27 |Launch date:
    28 |mid-2012
    29 |-
    30 |Mass:
    31 |160 kg
    32 |-
    33 |Orbit:
    34 |Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node
    35 |-
    36 |Instrument:
    37 |Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series
    38 |-
    39 |Guest technology payloads:
    40 |Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage
    41 |-
    42 |Prime contractor:
    43 |Qinetiq Space Belgium
    44 |-
    45 |Payload developer:
    46 |OIP Space Systems
    47 |-
    48 |Ground Station:
    49 |Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.
    50 |-
    51 |Launcher:
    52 |To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.
    53 |}
     21||'''Proba-V facts and figures'''||
     22||Launch date:||mid-2012||
     23||Mass:||160 kg||
     24||Orbit: ||Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node||
     25||Instrument:||Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series||
     26||Guest technology payloads:||Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage||
     27||Prime contractor:||Qinetiq Space Belgium||
     28||Payload developer:||OIP Space Systems||
     29||Ground Station:||Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.||
     30||Launcher:||To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.||
    5431
    5532=  PROBA-V (Project for On-Board Autonomy - Vegetation) =
     
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    93 {| align="center"|[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg]|}
     70|| [[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg)]] ||
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    9572Figure 1: Artist's view of the PROBA-V spacecraft (image credit: ESA) 12) 13)