Following on from Volume 1, in which the architecture of a ground segment designed to support a wide range of space missions was described, the author concentrates on the issues that control and effect the design of a data centre. The text describes and illustrates the principles behind the design and function of a data centre that is capable of supporting any kind of space exploitation, both commercial and scientific. The author describes the main functions - archiving, cataloguing, product generation and dissemination user support and training - and the problems faced by the designers of such facilities.
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