User:Marshallsumter

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da-1 Denne bruger har grundlæggende kendskab til dansk.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer beherrscht Deutsch auf fortgeschrittenem Niveau.
en-N This user has a native understanding of English.
es-1 Este usuario tiene un conocimiento básico del español.
fr-2 Cet utilisateur dispose d’un niveau intermédiaire de connaissance en français.
it-1 Questo utente può contribuire con un livello elementare in italiano.
la-2 Hic usor media Latinitate contribuere potest.
nb-1 Denne brukeren kan litt norsk (bokmål).
nl-1 Deze gebruiker heeft elementaire kennis van het Nederlands.
pt-1 Este utilizador pode contribuir com um nível básico de português.
ru-1 Этот участник владеет русским языком на начальном уровне.
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Balloons[edit]

  • X-ray astronomy
Maxis
ULDB
Wainwright

Images[edit]

  • Be sure to add each image used on Wikiversity to Watchlist.

Radiation satellites[edit]

Blue astronomy satellites[edit]

Cosmic-ray astronomy satellites[edit]

Active

  1. Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer 02 (AMS-02)
  2. IBEX
  3. Payload for Antimatter Matter Exploration and Light-nuclei Astrophysics (PAMELA)

Completed

  1. Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer 01 (AMS-01)
  2. Galileo Heavy Ion Counter (HIC)
  3. HEAO 3
  4. Mars 1
  5. SAMPEX

Cyan astronomy satellites[edit]

Electron astronomy satellites[edit]

  1. Galileo Energetic Particles Detector (EPD) - ions and electrons whose energies exceeded about 20 keV
  2. Mars 4
  3. Mars 5
  4. Mars 6

Gamma-ray astronomy satellites[edit]

  1. Astrorivelatore Gamma ad Immagini LEggero (AGILE)
  2. Compton Gamma-Ray Observatory (GRO)
  3. Cos-B
  4. Explorer 11
  5. Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope
  6. Gamma
  7. Granat
  8. HEAO 3
  9. HETE 2
  10. International Gamma Ray Astrophysics Laboratory (INTEGRAL)
  11. Low Energy Gamma Ray Imager (LEGRI)
  12. OSO 3
  13. OSO 7
  14. Pioneer Venus Orbiter
  15. Prognoz 7
  16. Radsat
  17. Ranger 3
  18. Ranger 5
  19. Reuven Ramaty High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager
  20. SAS 2
  21. SELENE Gamma-ray spectrometer (GRS)
  22. Solar Maximum Mission
  23. Swift Gamma Ray Burst Explorer
  24. Venera 11
  25. Venera 12

Green astronomy satellites[edit]

Active

  1. Cassini

Infrared astronomy satellites[edit]

Active

  1. Galileo Near-infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS)
  2. Herschel Space Observatory
  3. Hubble Space Telescope
  4. James Webb Space Telescope
  5. Spitzer Space Telescope

Completed

  1. AKARI
  2. Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS)
  3. Infrared Space Observatory (ISO)
  4. Infrared Telescope in Space
  5. Mars 5
  6. Midcourse Space Experiment (MSX)
  7. SELENE Near-infrared, Multi-band imager (MI)
  8. Space Flyer Unit
  9. Submillimeter Wave Astronomy Satellite (SWAS)
  10. Wide-field Infrared Explorer (WIRE)
  11. Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE)

Muon astronomy satellites[edit]

Neutrino astronomy satellites[edit]

Neutron astronomy satellites[edit]

  1. LACE

Optical astronomy satellites[edit]

  1. Galileo (Solid State Imager - SSI)
  2. Hipparcos
  3. Hubble Space Telescope
  4. LACE
  5. Swift Gamma Ray Burst Explorer

Orange astronomy satellites[edit]

Positron astronomy satellites[edit]

Proton astronomy satellites[edit]

  1. Cassini mission (ENA detection)
  2. Galileo Plasma Subsystem (PLS)
  3. IBEX (ENA detection)
  4. IMAGE HENA instrument, three dedicated ENA cameras
  5. IMP-7 (ENA detection)
  6. IMP-8 (ENA detection)
  7. Radsat
  8. SCATHA (P78-2); SC2 Spacecraft Sheath Fields Plus Energetic Ions - measured low energy electrons and ions, energetic protons, and electrons; SC3 High Energy Particle Spectrometer - measured high energy electrons and protons; SC5 Rapid Scan Particle Detector - measured electrons and ions; SC8 Energetic Ion Compositions Experiment - measured low energy electrons and the ion composition of energetic plasma; SC9 UCSD Charged Particle Experiment - measured electrons and ions
  9. SELENE Charged particle spectrometer (CPS)
  10. TWINS Mission (ENA detection)

Radio astronomy satellites[edit]

Active

  1. Odin
  2. Planck
  3. RadioAstron

Completed

  1. Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer 01 (AMS-01)
  2. Aqua
  3. Cassini
  4. Cosmic Background Explorer (COBE)
  5. Envisat (ASAR)
  6. ERS-1
  7. ERS-2
  8. Explorer 38 (RAE-1)
  9. Explorer 49 (RAE-2)
  10. Highly Advanced Laboratory for Communications and Astronomy (HALCA, or VSOP)
  11. JERS-1
  12. Lacrosse
  13. Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (Mini-RF)
  14. Magellan probe
  15. Mars 4
  16. Mars Express (MARSIS)
  17. Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (SHARAD)
  18. Onyx
  19. RADARSAT-1
  20. SAR-Lupe
  21. Seasat
  22. SELENE Lunar radar sounder (LRS)
  23. Shuttle Radar Laboratory (SRL)
  24. Shuttle Radar Topography Mission
  25. SIR-A Spaceborne Imaging Radar (SIR)
  26. SIR-B Spaceborne Imaging Radar (SIR)
  27. Terra
  28. NASA Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM)
  29. Venera 15
  30. Venera 16
  31. WMAP

Red astronomy satellites[edit]

Submillimeter astronomy satellites[edit]

Completed

  1. Submillimeter Wave Astronomy Satellite (SWAS)

Superluminal astronomy satellites[edit]

Ultraviolet astronomy satellites[edit]

Active

  1. Astrosat
  2. Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX)
  3. Hinode
  4. Hubble Space Telescope
  5. Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO)
  6. Solar Dynamics Observatory
  7. Swift Gamma Ray Burst Explorer

Completed

  1. Astro 1
  2. Astro 2
  3. Astron-1
  4. Astronomical Netherlands Satellite (ANS)
  5. Cosmic Hot Interstellar Spectrometer (CHIPS)
  6. Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer (EUVE)
  7. Far Ultraviolet Spectroscopic Explorer (FUSE)
  8. Glazar 1 & 2 on Mir
  9. Hopkins Ultraviolet Telescope (Spacelab)
  10. International Ultraviolet Explorer‎
  11. Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Satellite 4 (Kaistsat 4)
  12. Mars 4
  13. Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO-1)
  14. Orbiting Astronomical Observatory (OAO-3 Copernicus)
  15. Radsat
  16. ROSAT XUV
  17. Swift Gamma Ray Burst Explorer
  18. TD-1A
  19. TRACE (Transition Region And Coronal Explorer)

Violet astronomy satellites[edit]

Visual astronomy satellites[edit]

Active

  1. Astrosat
  2. COROT
  3. Hinode
  4. Hubble Space Telescope
  5. Kepler Mission
  6. MOST
  7. Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO)
  8. Solar Dynamics Observatory
  9. Swift Gamma Ray Burst Explorer

Completed

  1. Hipparcos
  2. SELENE, HDTV cameras, Laser altimeter (LALT), Multi-band imager (MI), Terrain camera (TC)
  3. TRACE (Transition Region And Coronal Explorer)

X-ray astronomy satellites[edit]

Active

  1. Astro-rivelatore Gamma ad Imagini Leggero (AGILE)
  2. Chandra X-ray Observatory
  3. Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite 13 (GOES 13)
  4. GOES 14
  5. GOES 15
  6. HETE 2
  7. Hinode
  8. International Gamma Ray Astrophysics Laboratory (INTEGRAL)
  9. Koronas-Foton
  10. Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR)
  11. Suzaku (ASTRO-E)
  12. Swift Gamma-ray burst mission
  13. XMM-Newton

Completed

  1. A Broadband Imaging X-ray All-sky Survey (ABRIXAS)
  2. Advanced Satellite for Cosmology and Astrophysics (ASCA)
  3. Ariel 5
  4. Array of Low Energy X-ray Imaging Sensors (ALEXIS)
  5. Aryabhata
  6. ASTRO B
  7. Astron
  8. Astronomical Netherlands Satellite
  9. BeppoSAX
  10. Bhaskara
  11. Bhaskara 2
  12. Broad Band X-ray Telescope (BBXRT) (STS-35)
  13. Copernicus
  14. Cos-B
  15. Cosmos 215
  16. Cosmos 428
  17. Einstein Observatory
  18. ESRO 2B (Iris)
  19. EXOSAT
  20. Ginga (Astro-C)
  21. Granat
  22. Hakucho
  23. High Energy Astronomy Observatory 1 (HEAO-1)
  24. HEAO 3
  25. Intercosmos 26
  26. Koronas-I
  27. Orbiting Geophysical Observatory 1 (OGO 1)
  28. OGO 5
  29. OSO 1
  30. OSO 2
  31. Orbiting Solar Observatory 3 (OSO 3)
  32. OSO 4
  33. OSO 5
  34. OSO 6
  35. OSO 7
  36. OSO 8
  37. Polar
  38. Prognoz 6
  39. ROSAT
  40. Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer (RXTE)
  41. Salyut 4 (Filin telescope)
  42. Second Small Astronomy Satellite (SAS 2)
  43. SELENE (X-ray fluorescence spectrometer)
  44. Signe 3
  45. Small Astronomy Satellite 3 (SAS-3)
  46. SMART-1 (mapping lunar surface with X-ray fluoresence)
  47. Solrad 1
  48. TD-1A
  49. Tenma
  50. Uhuru (SAS 1)
  51. Vela 5a
  52. Vela 5b
  53. Vela 6a
  54. Vela 6b
  55. Venera 11
  56. Venera 12
  57. WIND
  58. Yohkoh

Commons categories[edit]

Commons categories (*)

  • Astrometry
Hipparcos
  • Cassini-Huygens
  • Cassini
  • Completed NASA programs
Mariner 1
Mariner 2
Mariner 3
Mariner 4
Mariner 5
Mariner 6
Mariner 7
Mariner 8
Mariner 9
Mariner 10
  • Huygens
  • Earth observation satellites
ERS-1
ERS-2
EURECA
  • ESA scientific programmes
BepiColombo
Giotto
Herschel
Hipparcos
Hubble Space Telescope
International Ultraviolet Explorer
James Webb Space Telescope
Laser Interferometer Space Antenna
Mars Express
Meteosat
Philae
Planck
Rosetta
SOHO
SWAP
TD-1A
Ulysses
Venus Express
XMM-Newton
  • Gamma space telescopes
Cos-B
  • Low Earth orbit missions
  • Meteorological satellites
MetOp
  • Moon missions
Artemis
Chandrayaan-1
Clementine
Explorer 35 IMP-E
Grail (Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory)
Hiten
LADEE
LCROSS
Luna 1
Luna 2
Luna 3
Luna 9
Luna 10
Luna 11
Luna 13
Luna 16
Luna 20
Luna 21
Luna 22
Pioneer 3-4
Pioneer P31
  • NASA spacecraft
  • Research satellites
  • Satellites
  • Space probes
Cassini orbiter
Lunar Prospector
MAVEN
  • Space telescopes (Has most of them.)
Rossi X-ray Timing Explorer (RXTE)
  • Sun missions
  • XMM-Newton
  • X-ray astronomy
ASCA
Astron
ESRO-2b
Heao b
Heao1
International X-ray Observatory
IXOFlyby
Spektr-RG

Sounding rockets[edit]

  • Black Brant
Black Brant XII
  • X-ray astronomy
Black Brant XII
Black Brant 9
Centaure
NikeAsp
Skylark
Terrier-Sandhawk
V-2

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