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JPSS-2, or Joint Polar Satellite System-2, is the second of the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s latest generation of U.S. polar-orbiting, non-geosynchronous, environmental satellites called the Joint Polar Satellite System. JPSS-2 was launched on 10 November 2022[1] and join NOAA-20 and Suomi NPP in the same orbit.[2] Circling the Earth from pole-to-pole, it will cross the equator about 14 times daily, providing full global coverage twice a day.[3]

JPSS-2 will provide operational continuity of satellite-based observations and products for NOAA Polar-Orbiting Environmental Satellites (POES) and Suomi NPP satellite and ground systems.[3] The baseline plan for JPSS Ground System will be sustained to support JPSS-2, similar to NOAA-20. The JPSS-2 spacecraft will host the following instruments: 1) VIIRS, 2) CrIS, 3) ATMS, and 4) OMPS. It was at one time intended to carry the Radiation Budget Instrument (RBI) but NASA cancelled that project in 2018.[4]

NOAA sẽ tiên đoán đường đi của bão (Hurricane) chính xác hơn với hai vệ tinh JPSS-2 and JPSS-1

Mỗi vệ tinh sẽ bay qua đường xích đạo 14 lần mỗi ngày và cung cấp dữ kiện thời tiết toàn cầu hai lần mỗi ngày

Diem ‘Richard’ Nguyen

On Thu, Nov 10, 2022 at 4:07 AM

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