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Goldstone Deep Space Communications Tracking Station(en)USA / California / Barstow jpl, nasa, comet, pioneerEach of the three Deep Space Communications Complexes consists of four deep space stations equipped with ultrasensitive receiving systems and large parabolic dish antennas. At each complex there are two 34-meter (111-foot) diameter antennas, one 26-meter (85-foot) antenna, and one
Deep space communication station(en)Ukraine / Krym / Zaozerne observatory, communicationDeep space communication station near Yevpatoria. It was originally built in the 60's as support for space probe missions to Mars and Venus and it probably was intended for use in manned Lunar missions. www.svengrahn.pp.se/radioind/Russdeep/ADU1000.htm This is how the Americans
Deep Space Station 15 (DSS-15), GDSCC - Barstow, CA(en)USA / California / Barstow DSS-15 is a 34m HEF (High-Efficiency) antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. This station is the latest addition to the Goldstone complex. The station was completed in 1984 and used operationally for the first time in support of the
Deep Space Station 14 (DSS-14), GDSCC - Barstow, CA(en)USA / California / Barstow DSS-14 is a 70m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 24 (DSS-24), GDSCC - Barstow, CA(en)USA / California / Barstow DSS-24 is a 34m BWG (Beam Waveguide) antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14) Document name has changed deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301D.pdf
Challenger Outward Bound Centre/Deep Space Station, Ascension Island (DSS 72)(en)Saint_Helena / Ascension / Georgetown nasa, interesting placeThe facilities were formerly occupied by Deep Space Station, Ascension Island. It was left to the 1st Ascension Island Scout Group when NASA abandoned the station in 1990. The site was constructed from 1965 to 1966. The original purpose of
Deep Space Station 45 (DSS-45), CDSCC - Canberra, AU(en)Australia / Australian_Capital_Territory / Canberra DSS-45 is a 34m HEF (High-Efficiency) antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 34 (DSS-34), CDSCC - Canberra, AU(en)Australia / Australian_Capital_Territory / Canberra DSS-34 is a 34m BWG (Beam Waveguide) antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 43 (DSS-43), CDSCC - Canberra, AU(en)Australia / Australian_Capital_Territory / Canberra DSS-43 is a 70m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 46 (DSS-46), CDSCC - Canberra, AU(en)Australia / Australian_Capital_Territory / Canberra DSS-46 is a 26m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 33 (DSS-33), CDSCC - Canberra, AU(en)Australia / Australian_Capital_Territory / Canberra DSS-33 is an 11m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. This antenna was decommissioned in February 2002. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 63 (DSS-63), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Colmenar_del_Arroyo DSS-63 is a 70m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 61 (DSS-61), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Navas_del_Rey DSS-61 is a 34m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: www.nas.edu/bpa1/US_Radio_Astronomy_Observatories.htm#D...
Deep Space Station 65 (DSS-65), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Navas_del_Rey DSS-65 is a 34m HEF (high-efficiency) antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 53 (DSS-53), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Navas_del_Rey DSS-53 is an 11m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. DSS-53 has been decommissioned. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 54 (DSS-54), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Navas_del_Rey DSS-54 is a 34m BWG (Beam Waveguide) antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Original Site of Deep Space Station 65 (DSS-65), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Navas_del_Rey DSS-65 moved 60m eastward onto a new pedestal in February 2005. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 55 (DSS-55), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Navas_del_Rey DSS-55 is a 34m BWG (Beam Waveguide) antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 66 (DSS-66), MDSCC - Robledo de Chavela, Spain(en)Spain / Madrid / Navas_del_Rey DSS-66 is a 26m antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
Deep Space Station 13 (DSS-13), GDSCC - Barstow, CA(en)USA / California / Barstow DSS-13 is a 34m R&D antenna used primarily to communicate with spacecraft. Reference: deepspace.jpl.nasa.gov/dsndocs/810-005/301/301C.pdf (PDF, Page 14)
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