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AcronymDefinition
SNSerial Number
SNStannum (tin)
SNSignal-Noise (ratio)
SNSaturday Night (various organizations)
SNSoon (amateur radio)
SNSingapore
SNSnow (METAR precipitation)
SNSierra Nevada
SNSequence Number
SNScience News
SNSonora (Guatemalan radio station)
SNSocial Networking
SNSurname (genealogy)
SNSpace Network
SNSupernatural
SNSymantec Norton (software)
SNScreen Name
SNSeaman (USCG, USN)
SNSwindon (postcode, United Kingdom)
SNSans Nom
SNSubscriber Number
SNSabena (Belgian World Airlines)
SNSintagma Nominal (Spanish language term)
SNSteve Nash (NBA player)
SNStock Number
SNSkilled Nursing
SNSide Note
SNSuper Nova
SNSubstantia Nigra (neuroanatomy)
SNSafety Notice (various companies)
SNSuper Nintendo
SNSuicide Note
SNSecretary of the Navy
SNSamyutta Nikaya (Buddhist texts)
SNService Number
SNStandard Number
SNScreenname (usually AOL)
SNStaff Nurse
SNStevie Nicks (Fleetwood Mac musician)
SNSatellite Navigation
SNSemantic Network
SNStructural Number (highway engineering)
SNSacramento Northern (railroad)
SNSolar Neutrino
SNSuper Nice
SNStudent Nurse
SNService Node
SNSpecial Need (adoptions)
SNSwitching Network
SNSigma Nu (fraternity)
SNSûreté Nucléaire (French: Nuclear Safety)
SNSports Night (TV show)
SNServer Node
SNSerum Neutralization
SNSuccinonitrile
SNSialoadhesin
SNSpace Needle (Seattle, Washington)
SNSuper Node
SNSûreté Nationale (French: National Security)
SNSoup Nazi (Seinfeld episode)
SNSeat Nipple
SNSurgical Nurse
SNShipping Note
SNSir Name (LDAP or Directory Servers)
SNSinging News (southern gospel magazine)
SNStiffness Nominal
SNSteeler Nation (sports website)
SNSthene (measure of force)
SNShared-Nothing Architecture (distributed computing architecture)
SNSkilled Nurse
SNSem Número (Portuguese: having no number; postal usage)
SNSoil Nail (construction)
SNSorceryNet (IRC network)
SNShipping Noise
SNSubjunctive Normal
SNSeparation Number (chromatography)
SNSubnova (website)
SNSecundum Naturam (according to nature)
SNSending Nation
SNSlurry Nebulization (spectroscopy)
SNStrategic Navigation
SNSveriges Naturvetareförbund (Nacka, Sweden)
SNShepherd Nick (website)
SNSource Nursery
SNSkule Nite (University of Toronto)
SNSaucy Nipples (ARC gaming clan)
SNStructural Notation
SNSynchronization Node
SNSlot Neighbor
SNPortable Surface Search Radar (US Navy)
SNSalutami 'Ntonio (Frisbee Ultimate Club di Milano)
SNSuperconducting Normally (conducting)
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TDRS-M will expand the capabilities and extend the lifespan of the Space Network, allowing us to continue receiving and transmitting mission data well into the next decade.
NASA's Space Communications and Navigation program, known as SCaN, is part of the Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate at the agency's Headquarters in Washington, and is responsible for the Space Network.
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, manages the Deep Space Network for NASA.
Learn how NASA's Deep Space Network can communicate with faraway spacecraft 24 hours a day by playing the "Uplink-Downlink" game at http://spplace.
The CIO supervises administrative systems, but has no power over mission-critical systems supporting NASA's aeronautics, science, and space programs, including the Deep Space Network.
However, while we no longer believe there is a realistic probability of hearing from Spirit, the Deep Space Network may occasionally listen for any faint signals when the schedule permits," he added.
The deep space network at Byalalu, 45 kilometres (30 miles) from Bangaloru, will keep track of the Chandrayaan-1 lunar mission which will be launched in April next year and provide command support during its two-year orbit around the moon, India's space agency said.
He also managed the research program to automate the monitor-and-control system for the Deep Space Network.
DSS 63, the 70-meter (230-foot) Deep Space Network (DSN) antenna near Madrid, Spain, went offline in May for scheduled maintenance.
Until final altitude numbers became available, the giant antennas of Nasa's Deep Space Network continued to scan the skies in search of a signal.
But yesterday signals from the NASA Deep Space Network station in Canberra, Australia, were answered.
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