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Science and science operations of the PROBA satellite fleetA 1-day workshop organised by the Solar-Terrestrial Center of Excellence at the premises of the Space Pole (Brussels) on 2014 March 31, open to all interested.
Since the launch of the first PROBA satellite (2001), the fleet of PROBA satellites has been continuously growing and several more PROBA satellites are in different stages of conception and/or approval. Despite having completely different user communities, all the PROBA micro-satellites share the same A for autonomy, fly in low Earth orbit and are operated by the same MOC in Redu. In this workshop we want to explore the opportunities and limitations that we share.
Registration & LogisticsFree sandwich lunch & coffee is foreseen for people listed on http://tinyurl.com/mvttjes. If you are not listed but would like to participate, please contact david.berghmans at sidc.be
Venue: Meridian Room - Royal Observatory of Belgium, Ringlaan - 3 - Avenue Circulaire, B1180 Brussels see on a map
This meeting is supported by the Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence (STCE) and the PROBA2 Science Center (ESA contract 22653/09/NL/NR).