Of or relating to the transmission of electromagnetic signals by communications satellite.
Satellite broadcasting; satellite phone.
Other Word Forms of Satellite
Origin of Satellite
From Middle French satellite, from Latinsatelles (“attendant"). Ultimately perhaps of Etruscan origin.
French hanger-on, hirelingfrom Old French from Latin satellessatellit-
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
Satellite Sentence Examples
More data will come online, from satellite images to sensor readings.
The mountainous configuration of the moon's surface was there first described, and the so-called "phosphorescence" of the dark portion of our satellite attributed to its true cause--namely, illumination by sunlight reflected from the earth.
Satellite photos can uncover those who would transgress the rules.
The Methuen Treaty, signed on the 2 7th of December 1703, detached Portugal from the French alliance, and made her for more than 50 years a commercial and political satellite of Great Britain.