“Advances in Spacecraft Systems and Orbit Determinations”, discusses the
development of new technologies and the limitations of the present technology, used
for interplanetary missions. Various experts have contributed to develop the bridge
between present limitations and technology growth to overcome the limitations. Key
features of this book inform us about the orbit determination techniques based on a
smooth research based on astrophysics.
Chapter 15 - Conjugated systems, orbital symmetry, and ultraviolet spectroscopy. In this chapter, we consider the unique properties of conjugated systems, the theoretical reasons for this extra stability, and some of the characteristic reactions of molecules containing conjugated double bonds. We also study ultraviolet spectroscopy, a tool for determining the structures of conjugated systems.
FOR VSAT NETWORKS
2 USE OF SATELLITES
It isnot so important for someonewho is interested in VSAT networks to know a lot about satellites. However,a number of factors relative tosatellite orbiting and satellite-earth geometry influencethe operation and performance of VSAT networks. For instance, the relative position of the satellite with respect to the VSAT at a given instant determines the orientation of the VSAT antenna and also the carrier propagation delay value.
Chapter 16 introduce to aromatic compounds. This chapter determine whether Hückel’s rule applies to a given structure, and predict whether the compound will be aromatic, antiaromatic, or nonaromatic; show how to construct the molecular orbitals of a conjugated cyclic system similar to benzene and cyclobutadiene;...