Sigh. Wrong yet again, Harry. The link you give refers to equatorial
orbit launches. For polar orbits (you do know the difference, don't
you? Actually, your comments suggest you don't. No surprise there
then), the best place to launch would be the poles, N or S. As
launching from the poles is problematical and somewhat inconvenient,
then a high northerly or southerly latitude is next best.
Its amazing how propaganda can apparently make peole read oinformatin
anmd totally disciunt whats in it. Climate change? Reneables? the EU?
The evidence is all there.
But people read the spin in the guradian and the BBC and completely
Renewable energy: Expensive solutions that don't work to a problem that
doesn't exist instituted by self legalising protection rackets that
It's almost unbelievable that anybody could be so clueless.
From the FT, Feb 7 2019
"The first launch in 2021, for Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd, would
mark the first time a UK satellite had been launched using a British
rocket from a launch site in Britain, Orbex added.
The plans and the opening of Orbex’s Forres facility reflect the booming
market for small satellites, which can carry out communications and
earth observation roles far more cheaply than traditional satellites. In
2018 the government chose Sutherland to host the country’s first space
port to send small satellites into polar orbit. "
There we have it. I'll type this slowly so thicko Harry can
understand.... P O L A R O R B I T.
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