Re: Dictionary please

From: Brad (bradf@inreach.com)
Date: Wed May 29 2002 - 09:56:10 EDT

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    On the Shuttle, OMS is Orbital Maneuvering System.  I would think it
    also applies to any sat that is capable of orbital maneuvering.  I'm
    sure someone else will have a more detailed/correct answer, but no one
    had answered yet, so I put my $.02 worth in.
    
    Brad
    
    
    Sue Wheatley wrote:
    > 
    >  What does OMS-2 mean? All the internet sites seem happy to use the term,
    > but I can't find its meaning.  Where can I get a good abbreviation
    > dictionary that covers satellite observing terms?
    > ---sue
    > 
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