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See Sensor Obstructions Over Time with MATLAB Automation

See Sensor Obstructions Over Time with MATLAB Automation

Mohammad Syed - 10/30/2017

Occasionally a sensor’s field of view will be obscured by some other object, this could be anything: a satellite, a building, the spacecraft’s own solar panels, an aircraft wing, etc. STK has the ability to implement a sensor body mask which accounts for obscurations in the sensor’s field of view through the sensor AzElMask tool.

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Paint a Prettier Picture

Paint a Prettier Picture

Michelle Skarr - 10/23/2017

Tired of seeing the same old 3D models in your scenario? Maybe it is time to switch it up a bit. Did you know STK comes preloaded with 35 air mo...

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New Graphics Features in STK 11.3

New Graphics Features in STK 11.3

Ed Gee - 10/20/2017

Recently, I installed a pre-release copy of STK 11.3. The first thing I noticed, in the 3D Graphics window, was a thin white halo around the Ear...

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Register for the 2017 Classified Regional User Group

Register for the 2017 Classified Regional User Group

Marissa Lodato - 10/16/2017

Please join AGI and peers for the 2017 CRUG! Come learn how government and industry are leveraging the efficiency and innovation of commercial software to maintain a strategic advantage in air, land, sea, space and cyberspace domains.
 

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Will "Spicey" Predict the End of the World?

Jason Ruggieri - 10/9/2017

Every so often you’ll read a headline like “Giant Asteroid to Give Earth a Very Close Shave.” While space is generally very big, there’s also lots of stuff out there. As gravity is apt to do, every so often it tugs one of these rocks across Earth’s path as it orbits the sun. The “Giant Asteroid” mentioned above is actually an object named 2012 TC4. 

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