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Adzel
Posted on: Feb 14 2010, 08:15 PM


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Greg: Thank you for the information. I was just curious. IIRC the $1000/kg figure came up (about 25+) years ago in the early stages of the STS development.

djellison: No offence intended.
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I realize this post is old, but here are some WorldView-1 images taken during the satellite's check-out last October (2007).

http://news.satimagingcorp.com/2007/10/new...orldview-1.html

Maybe they have more elsewhere. Likely at the Digital Globe site listed in one of the prior posts.

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The thruster is visible in the image and your "ports" look like twins. The port to the left of the thruster (big green arrow) is near the location of the Sun sensor.

This may have been an access port for the build. Perhaps cables ran through it. The ports would have been buttoned up later.

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