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 ====== Lesson 04. Stabilization mode ====== ====== Lesson 04. Stabilization mode ======
-==== Why do we need stabilization mode ====+===== Why do we need stabilization mode =====
  
 Satellite stabilization mode means maintaining a zero angular velocity. This mode is necessary, for example, to obtain clear images or transfer them to a ground receiving point, when the data transmission time is long and the satellite antenna is not allowed to deviate from the ground receiving point. The theory described in this lesson is also suitable for maintaining any desired angular velocity ​ (not  only zero velocity), and for such tasks as tracking a moving object. ​   ​ Satellite stabilization mode means maintaining a zero angular velocity. This mode is necessary, for example, to obtain clear images or transfer them to a ground receiving point, when the data transmission time is long and the satellite antenna is not allowed to deviate from the ground receiving point. The theory described in this lesson is also suitable for maintaining any desired angular velocity ​ (not  only zero velocity), and for such tasks as tracking a moving object. ​   ​
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