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DSCOVR (Deep Space Climate Observatory), official name is Triana and unofficiall GoreSat. It's a weather satellite launched by  SpaceX on a Falcon 9 launch vehicle on February 11, 2015 from Cape Canaveral in Florida. Firstly designed by NASA as satellite, then used to Earth observation. Thanks to this is possible to monitor variable solar wind…
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Global Xpress Inmarsat 5 F2

Inmarsat 5 F2 was built by Boeing Satellite Systems International Inc. (“Boeing”) to a proven design (702HP). Part of a US$1.6 billion investment by Inmarsat. This is the latest generation of global mobile broadband communications and another step forward to provide high speed mobile service.  
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Delta II 7320-10C Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP)

SMAP (Soil Moisture Active Passive) is created to measure soil moisture every 2-3 days over a three-year period. This permmision changes around the world. It's necesarry to observe over time scales ranging from major storms and repeat measurements of changes over the seasons. SMAP measures how much water is in the top layer of soil, if the ground is…
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IGS Radar Spare

IGS (Information Gathering Satellite) is constructed as an on-orbit backup to support the nominal constellation of four IGS satellites (two optical and two radar satellites). The launch continues national security space program which is improved regulary after a problematic start.
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Atlas V • MUOS-3

MUOS (The Mobile User Objective System)- next-generation narrowband tactical satellite communications system. It was designed to  improve ground communications for U.S. forces on the move. This satellite will provide military users 10 times more communications opportunity over existing systems. MUOS includs  video and data, simultaneous voice. All thanks to 3G mobile communications technology
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SpaceX CRS-5

This is the fifth CRS mission to the ISS and will carry pressurized and unpressurized cargo to the station. Secondary payloads consist of 2 small satellites. They are deployed from the ISS airlock.
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