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International Oceanography Satellite marks its ten years in Space


International Oceanography Satellite marks its ten years in Space Tracking the rise of global sea levels and initially designed for a mission that will suppose to last for a span of three to five years, the International Oceanography Satellite marks its ten years of operations this week in orbit. On Sunday, the Xinhua news agency reported that - Jason-2 satellite was launched in space on June 2008, on an US-European Ocean Surface Topography Mission. It is since then that the satellite has taken more than 47, 000 rounds of the Earth in its mission.    More



(Source: News Spaceflight - Jun 25)

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