NASA satellite starts to study ionosphere after wait of two years

NASA satellite starts to study ionosphere after wait of two years

A freezer sized satellite took off into space onboard an air-propelled Northrop Grumman Pegasus XL rocket over the Atlantic Ocean, at extended last setting off on a US$ 252 million strategic test the dynamic limit locale where space and Earth’s environment meet. NASA’s Ionospheric Connection Explorer, satellite traveled to space at the peak of the flying Pegasus XL launcher on a strategic over two years by issues with the rocket. The 634-pound (288-kilogram) ICON satellite conveys instruments to follow fluctuation in the ionosphere, a layer in the upper climate where…

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