Europe's article on launching a maritime surveillance satellite
Europe will launch a satellite to keep an eye on Earth's oceans under heavy pollution and extreme human damage. Dubbed Sentinel-3B, also known as the Orbiter, will be the seventh in the Copernicus Earth Observation satellite constellation.
Launched in 2016, the Sentinel-3A satellite enables the workhorse to deliver data in the shortest possible time, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, based on the European Space Agency (ESA) statement.
Both Sentinels-3A and 3B will be reflected on different sides of the Earth at more than 800 kilometers altitude. You will be looking for further damage or the current state of the ocean. Depending on the data they collect, it is possible to bring back the aesthetic appeal, resources or cleanliness of the ocean.
ESA said that the Sentinel-3 mission
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