International Journal of Aerospace Engineering / 2019 / Article / Fig 12

Research Article

Satellite Forensics: Analysing Sparse Beacon Data to Reveal the Fate of DTUsat-2

Figure 12

Map of the Earth with the two ground stations listening for DTUsat-2: one in Indiana, USA, and one in Denmark. The perimeter of each ground station is indicated with a yellow line. The red lines on the map are satellite trajectories. The time stamps at the perimeters of the field of views correspond to different satellite pass start times in UTC. Knowing the satellite pass start time allows for the determination of which trajectory the satellite will follow during the pass.

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