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NASA will launch US-European ocean-surveillance satellite on 21 November

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) aims to launch the upcoming US-European ocean-surveillance satellite – Sentinel-6 (Sentinel-6) on November 21, 2020. The satellite will be launched with a Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California.

This information was shared through a series of tweets by Kathy Lieders, head of NASA’s manned spacecraft program. Lyders said that, after SpaceX testing and hardware inspection, it will replace a total of two engines in the first stage of the rocket.

He further stated that, this work is now proceeding to complete the engine change work and all engine hardware replacements will be finished by next week.

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This Sentinel – 6 Michael Freelich satellite will accurately measure very small changes in sea level and monitor all ocean depths and sea area for almost the entire world. This ocean-monitoring satellite will mainly rely on a set / group of three devices that will provide scientists with the important information to determine the exact position of the spacecraft in the orbit of the Earth.

This Sentinel – 6 Michael Freelich satellite will accurately measure very small changes in sea level and monitor all ocean depths and sea area for almost the entire world. This ocean-monitoring satellite will mainly rely on a set / group of three devices that will provide scientists with the important information to determine the exact position of the spacecraft in the orbit of the Earth.

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