NASA To Launch 6 Small  Tropical Cyclones

Satellites To Monitor

Nasa Is Launching the First Two of 6

Satellites no earlier than June 12 that will study the formation and development of tropical cyclones almost every hour 

The Data Sent By These Satellites

Is supposed to be about four to six times more often than is possible with current satellites. 

This is 1st of 3 CubeSat Launches

For NASA’s Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation structure and storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) mission.

The Remaining Satellites

Will be placed into their orbits during two subsequent launches this year.

If Successful

The TROPICS satellites will be spread across three orbital planes to cover more of the globe more frequently.

Tropics Constellation Data Will Be

Combined with the data by existing weather satellites and allowing scientists to see each storm from beginning to end.

Scientists Discover 

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