NASA’s new Satellite: America has launched a satellite on Friday that will map almost all the world’s oceans, lakes and rivers. आजा ताडके आस सेटेलिट की प्रताष्ट किया गाया जाई ताडके आस सेटेलिट किया गाया. With that, 2022 was a very successful year for the American space agency NASA. Scientists say that because of climate change, floods, droughts and coastal soil erosion are becoming more common, this satellite is needed more than ever.
Benjamin Hamlington at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California said, “We are going to be able to see things that we didn’t see before. Actually, we can understand where the water is at any time.” The SUV-sized satellite will measure the height of more than 90 percent of the earth’s surface, which will help scientists to detect flows and identify potential high-risk areas. It will also survey 21 lakh kilometers of rivers from the source to the mouth of lakes along with millions of lakes.
NASA and the French space agency spent 1.2 billion dollars
The satellite will map all the oceans, lakes and rivers of the world. NASA and the French space agency collaborated on the $1.2 billion project, which included Britain and Canada. Nadya Vinogradova-Shiffar, program manager of the American Space Agency, said on the occasion of the launch, “What a great, really great launch. It’s an important moment, and I’m very excited about it.” It is believed that accurate and accurate information about climate change and global warming will not be available from this satellite of NASA.