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A New Measure of Ocean Winds

2 Sep 2014, 07:00 UTC
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ISS-RapidScat will collect data on ocean winds to support weather and marine forecasting including tracking storms and hurricanes and aid climate research. It is the first Earth-observing instrument designed to mount on the International Space Station. The station's unique orbit will enable ISS-RapidScat to make the first observations of how ocean winds vary over the course of the day, vital information for improving the accuracy of all satellite wind measurements.

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