Recently I have found myself marvelling at our achievements in Space. From the Moon landings, to the Space Station. Space Shuttle missions, Mars probes, Space X with it's Starship and the Starlink projects - it's all rather awe inspiring.
At the same time I realised that despite living through many of these advances in Space exploration I actually understand very little about the incredibly complex process of launching a Spacecraft and how Satellites remain in Earth orbit.
My curiosity and fascination for this subject led to the development of this site - my own Satellite Orbit Information site for Dummies. orbit.ing-now.com - useful information on active Earth orbiting satellites for all those curious about spacecraft in and on orbit around our planet.
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