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Applications on the synergy of satellite telecommunications, earth observation and navigation. Proccedings of ASTRON information day. Ispra, Italy, 19 January 1999

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> >< w w 0 Space Applications Institute SPACE APPLICATIONS INSTITUTE ASTRON Applications on the Synergy of satellite Telecommunications, eaRth Observation and Navigation PROCEEDINGS I ·' ( ' I ASJRON INIORMAJION DAY 1 9 January 1 999 Satellite Communications Synergy ._,_,............,. satcoms-satnav Earth Observation S.P.L 99.22 Satellite Navigation JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE EUROPEAN COMMISSION }f ~' -, (/{ Space Applications Institute . ! J. I /2 . ". 1 I · l ', Cj j' "-' 0 .. ...._ __ V .) , , , I , ..J SPACE APPLICATIONS INSTITUTE ASTRON Applications on the Synergy of satellite Telecommunications, eaRth Observation and Navigation PROCEEDINGS ASTRON INFORMATION DAY 19 January 1999 EDITOR M. KETSELIDIS For more information please contact Mr. Ketselidis Michalis E-mail: [email protected] Tel. Number: +39 0332789552 Fax. Number: +39 03327895461 S.P.I.99.22 © European Communities, 1999 Printed in Italy • JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE EUROPEAN COMMISSION collsvs Text Box collsvs Text Box Preface ASTRON (Applications on the Synergy of satellite Telecommunications, eaRth Observation and Navigation) is one of the eleven projects of the Space Applications Institute (SAl) for the 5th Framework Programme (1999-2002). ASTRON investigates the synergy of the three space technologies with the aim to identify, develop and demonstrate sustainable space applications. ASTRON is under the responsibility of the SSSA (Strategy and Systems for Space Applications) Unit of SAl. On the 19th of January 1999, SAl organised an Information Day in lspra, Italy. The objective of the day was to give information about the results of the ASTRON Pathfinder Phase (1996-1998) and to present the initial plans for the next 4 years. The day was an open event. In the morning, information about ASTRON was flowing from SAl to the attendants (what was done, what is planned). In the afternoon, informat

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