Track

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Track

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1. The path or actual line of movement on an aircraft, rocket, etc., over the surface of the earth. It is the projection of the flightpath on the surface. </dd>
2. To observe or plot the path of something moving, such as an aircraft or rocket, by one means or another, as by telescope or by radar - said of persons or of the electronic equipment, as, the observer, or the ''radar, tracked the satellite. </dd>
3. To follow a desired track. [[/a>|/a> ]]

References

This article is based on NASA's Dictionary of Technical Terms for Aerospace Use