Changes between Version 6 and Version 7 of TBR/UserApp/Space/ProbaV


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    12= ProbaV =
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    2021
    2122||'''Proba-V facts and figures'''||
     23
    2224||Launch date:||mid-2012||
    2325||Mass:||160 kg||
     
    176178The ‘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.
    177179
    178 {| align="center"
    179 |+'''PROBA V'''
    180 |-
    181 |[wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px]
    182 |}
     180||'''PROBA V'''||
     181||[[Image(wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px)]]||
    183182
    184183 
     
    187186The aim is to guarantee data continuity for the Vegetation dataset once the current Spot missions end.
    188187
    189 {| border="1"
    190 |+ '''Proba-V facts and figures'''
    191 |-
    192 |Launch date:
    193 |mid-2012
    194 |-
    195 |Mass:
    196 |160 kg
    197 |-
    198 |Orbit:
    199 |Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node
    200 |-
    201 |Instrument:
    202 |Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series
    203 |-
    204 |Guest technology payloads:
    205 |Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage
    206 |-
    207 |Prime contractor:
    208 |Qinetiq Space Belgium
    209 |-
    210 |Payload developer:
    211 |OIP Space Systems
    212 |-
    213 |Ground Station:
    214 |Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.
    215 |-
    216 |Launcher:
    217 |To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.
    218 |}
     188|| '''Proba-V facts and figures'''||
     189
     190||Launch date:||mid-2012||
     191||Mass:||160 kg||
     192||Orbit: ||Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node||
     193||Instrument:||Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series||
     194||Guest technology payloads:||Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage||
     195||Prime contractor:||Qinetiq Space Belgium||
     196||Payload developer:||OIP Space Systems||
     197||Ground Station:||Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.||
     198||Launcher:||To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.||
    219199
    220200=  PROBA-V (Project for On-Board Autonomy - Vegetation) =
     
    256236
    257237
    258 {| align="center"
    259 |-
    260 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg]
    261 |}
     238||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg)]]||
    262239
    263240Figure 1: Artist's view of the PROBA-V spacecraft (image credit: ESA) 12) 13)
     
    277254 *  HMA (Heterogeneous Mission Access) and QA4EO (Quality Assurance for Earth Observation) implementation for user data. Planned interoperability with GSCDA V2 (GMES Space Component Data Access Version 2).
    278255
    279 {| align="center"
    280 |-
    281 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto11.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto11.jpeg]
    282 |}
     256||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto11.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto11.jpeg)]]||
    283257
    284258Figure 2: PROBA-V project organization (image credit: ESA, Ref. 9)
     
    295269
    296270
    297 {| align="center"
    298 |-
    299 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto10.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto10.jpeg]
    300 |}
     271||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto10.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto10.jpeg)]]||
    301272
    302273Figure 3: PROBA-V spacecraft accommodation (image credit: QinetiQ Space)
     
    364335
    365336
    366 {| align="center"
    367 |+'''Figure 4: Overview of the transmitter architecture (CNES, TES)'''
    368 |-
    369 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_AutoF.jpeg? File:ProbaV AutoF.jpeg?]|}
    370 |}
    371 
    372 {| align="center"
    373 |+'''Figure 5: Photo of the X-band transmitter (image credit: CNES, ESA)'''
    374 |-
    375 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_AutoE.jpeg File:ProbaV AutoE.jpeg]
    376 |}
     337||'''Figure 4: Overview of the transmitter architecture (CNES, TES)'''||
     338||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_AutoF.jpeg? File:ProbaV AutoF.jpeg?)]]||
     339
     340||'''Figure 5: Photo of the X-band transmitter (image credit: CNES, ESA)'''||
     341||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_AutoE.jpeg File:ProbaV AutoE.jpeg)]]||
     342
    377343=  ProbaV  =
    378344
     
    387353The ‘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.
    388354
    389 {| align="center"
    390 |+'''PROBA V'''
    391 |-
    392 |[wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px]
    393 |}
     355||'''PROBA V'''||
     356||[[Image(wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px)]]||
    394357
    395358 
     
    398361The aim is to guarantee data continuity for the Vegetation dataset once the current Spot missions end.
    399362
    400 {| border="1"
    401 |+ '''Proba-V facts and figures'''
    402 |-
    403 |Launch date:
    404 |mid-2012
    405 |-
    406 |Mass:
    407 |160 kg
    408 |-
    409 |Orbit:
    410 |Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node
    411 |-
    412 |Instrument:
    413 |Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series
    414 |-
    415 |Guest technology payloads:
    416 |Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage
    417 |-
    418 |Prime contractor:
    419 |Qinetiq Space Belgium
    420 |-
    421 |Payload developer:
    422 |OIP Space Systems
    423 |-
    424 |Ground Station:
    425 |Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.
    426 |-
    427 |Launcher:
    428 |To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.
    429 |}
     363||'''Proba-V facts and figures'''||
     364
     365||Launch date:||mid-2012||
     366||Mass:||160 kg||
     367||Orbit:||Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node||
     368||Instrument:||Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series||
     369||Guest technology payloads:||Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage||
     370||Prime contractor:||Qinetiq Space Belgium||
     371||Payload developer:||OIP Space Systems||
     372||Ground Station:||Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.||
     373||Launcher:||To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.||
    430374
    431375=  PROBA-V (Project for On-Board Autonomy - Vegetation) =
     
    467411
    468412
    469 {| align="center"|[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg]|}
    470 
     413||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg)]]||
    471414Figure 1: Artist's view of the PROBA-V spacecraft (image credit: ESA) 12) 13)
    472415
     
    575518The ‘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.
    576519
    577 {| align="center"
    578 |+'''PROBA V'''
    579 |-
    580 |[wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px]
    581 |}
     520||'''PROBA V'''||
     521||[[Image(wiki:File:Probav-shiny_large0.jpg 450px)]]||
    582522
    583523 
     
    586526The aim is to guarantee data continuity for the Vegetation dataset once the current Spot missions end.
    587527
    588 {| border="1"
    589 |+ '''Proba-V facts and figures'''
    590 |-
    591 |Launch date:
    592 |mid-2012
    593 |-
    594 |Mass:
    595 |160 kg
    596 |-
    597 |Orbit:
    598 |Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node
    599 |-
    600 |Instrument:
    601 |Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series
    602 |-
    603 |Guest technology payloads:
    604 |Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage
    605 |-
    606 |Prime contractor:
    607 |Qinetiq Space Belgium
    608 |-
    609 |Payload developer:
    610 |OIP Space Systems
    611 |-
    612 |Ground Station:
    613 |Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.
    614 |-
    615 |Launcher:
    616 |To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.
    617 |}
     528||'''Proba-V facts and figures'''||
     529
     530||Launch date:||mid-2012||
     531||Mass:||160 kg||
     532||Orbit:||Sun-synchronised polar orbit, 820 km, with a 10:30 AM local time at the descending node||
     533||Instrument:||Newly designed version of the Vegetation instrument flown on the Spot series||
     534||Guest technology payloads:||Gallium Nitride amplifier incorporated in communication subsystem; Energetic Particle Telescope and one other payload to be decided at a later stage||
     535||Prime contractor:||Qinetiq Space Belgium||
     536||Payload developer:||OIP Space Systems||
     537||Ground Station:||Satellite’s mission control centre in Redu, Belgium complemented by a data reception station to be located in the north of Europe.||
     538||Launcher:||To be decided – designed to be compatible with Vega, Soyuz or Falcon 1E launchers.||
    618539
    619540=  PROBA-V (Project for On-Board Autonomy - Vegetation) =
     
    655576
    656577
    657 {| align="center"
    658 |-
    659 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg]
    660 |}
     578||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto12.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto12.jpeg)]]||
    661579
    662580Figure 1: Artist's view of the PROBA-V spacecraft (image credit: ESA) 12) 13)
     
    676594 *  HMA (Heterogeneous Mission Access) and QA4EO (Quality Assurance for Earth Observation) implementation for user data. Planned interoperability with GSCDA V2 (GMES Space Component Data Access Version 2).
    677595
    678 {| align="center"
    679 |-
    680 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto11.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto11.jpeg]
    681 |}
     596||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto11.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto11.jpeg)]]||
    682597
    683598Figure 2: PROBA-V project organization (image credit: ESA, Ref. 9)
     
    694609
    695610
    696 {| align="center"
    697 |-
    698 |[wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto10.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto10.jpeg]
    699 |}
     611||[[Image(wiki:File:ProbaV_Auto10.jpeg File:ProbaV Auto10.jpeg)]]||
    700612
    701613Figure 3: PROBA-V spacecraft accommodation (image credit: QinetiQ Space)
     
    763675
    764676
    765 {| align="center"
    766 |+'''Figure 4: Overview of the transmitter architecture (CNES, TES)'''
    767 |-
    768 |[[File:ProbaV_AutoF.jpeg? ]]|}
    769 |}
    770 
    771 {| align="center"
    772 |+'''Figure 5: Photo of the X-band transmitter (image credit: CNES, ESA)'''
    773 |-
    774 |[[File:ProbaV_AutoE.jpeg]]
    775 |}
     677||'''Figure 4: Overview of the transmitter architecture (CNES, TES)'''||
     678||[[Image(File:ProbaV_AutoF.jpeg)]]||
     679
     680||'''Figure 5: Photo of the X-band transmitter (image credit: CNES, ESA)'''||
     681||[[Image(File:ProbaV_AutoE.jpeg)]]||