Monthly Archives: October 2011

STK Users’ Summit coming to Singapore

STK Users’ Summit coming to Singapore

On 9 November, AGI and its partners in Asia will be hosting a free STK Users’ Summit in Singapore. The full-day event focuses on AGI’s Systems Tool Kit (STK) product line for mission modeling and analysis of space, defense and intelligence … Continue reading

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Dynamic end-to-end spacecraft simulation in STK

Dynamic end-to-end spacecraft simulation in STK

The new release of STK/SOLIS extends AGI software’s mission planning and satellite orbit design tools with dynamic, end-to-end spacecraft simulation. Developed by AGI business partner Advanced Solutions, Inc. (ASI), STK/SOLIS allows you to: Define sensors and actuators Design attitude control … Continue reading

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ROSAT predicted reentry using STK – Updated Oct 22 @ 1630 UTC

ROSAT predicted reentry using STK – Updated Oct 22 @ 1630 UTC

The latest estimate by USSTRATCOM for the reentry of the German ROSAT satellite—produced Oct 22 at 1427 UTC and available on Space Track—is now 2011 Oct 23 at 0234 UTC ±7 hours. Our analysis performed using STK’s Satellite Lifetime tool … Continue reading

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Where is ROSAT right now?

Where is ROSAT right now?

Here is the KML of the orbit for ROSAT in Google Earth. The position info (TLE) is being updated by AGI’s @TSKelso and propogated with AGI Components. Kelso is the operator of CelesTrak, the world’s first source for orbital element sets and … Continue reading

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Predict when satellites will deorbit with STK

Predict when satellites will deorbit with STK

Want to calculate when ANY satellite might deorbit? We have a Lifetime tool for that. Please note: STK’s Lifetime tool is not intended to determine an exact time of decay, a specific geographical “impact point” or to what degree a … Continue reading

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