. . .from Ingenia Communications Corp. A longtime friend, she first told us about the Digital Collections project, and she patiently answered all of our millions of questions.
. . .the organization that made the original Satellites Program a reality, and whose facilities we used as our workspace for the span of the project. And thanks to all the Simmies for your interest and support of "Satellites" in all its incarnations. :)
. . .from the Ottawa Board of Education, who made possible the partnership between the OBE Space Simulation and Galactics.
. . .from Cal Corporation, who explained to us the mysteries of bus materials, patch array antennas, and other satellite parts.
. . .from Ingenia Communications Corp., who answered our many questions about satellite subsystems, and who helped us finally figure out what a sun-synchronous orbit is.
. . .our Project Officer from Industry Canada.
. . .from Industry Canada, for her helpful suggestions in the early stages of the project.
. . .from Ingenia Communications Corp., for her ever-patient technical support.
. . .from Ingenia Communications Corp., for generously leading workshops on Perl and Java, and for his unwavering confidence in our technical skills. :)
. . .the OBE Space Simulation webmaster, who made it possible for us to test our site on the SpaceSim server, and who provided technical support.
. . .for her help with our questions about CSA images.