Definition of Smallsats
1. smallsat [n] - See also: smallsat
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Literary usage of Smallsats
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1. U. S. Industrial Outlook, 1994: Business Forecasts for 350 IndustriesBu (1994)
"In 1993, Calling Communications announced but has not yet filed its plans for a big LEO constellation of more than 800 smallsats. ..."
2. Space Business Indicators (1992)
"Traditionally a military technology, these "smallsats" weigh less than 1000 pounds ... When several smallsats are launched to low and medium earth orbits, ..."
3. Measurements for Competitiveness in Electronics (1994)
"... the market for emerging "smallsats" appears to be exploding and would affect the market in the mid- 1990s. They weigh typically less that 450 kilograms ..."
4. Nasa Spinoff, 1996by James J. Haggerty by James J. Haggerty (1996)
"The program was launched in 1994 with the awards of contracts to two industry teams for development of "smallsats" or ..."
5. Civilian Satellite Remote Sensing: A Strategic Approach by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1994)
"B; and ''Remote Sensing Program Offer\ Partnership Advantages," Space Technology Innovation, May-June 1994, pp. 8-9. 25 K. Sawyer, "For NASA 'smallsats,' a ..."
6. Transforming America's Military by Hans Binnendijk (2002)
"... aspects of space operations, smallsats enjoyed waves of enthusiasm that have receded as their limitations have become evident. ..."