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ROSCOSMOS: Two ERS Satellites "Resource-P" Put into Operation
17.11.2015 09:16
ROSCOSMOS: Two ERS Satellites

The Russian spacecrafts for the Earth remote sensing "Resource-P" No. 1 and No. 2 have been put into operation, the press service of ROSCOSMOS reports.

      

      The satellites will provide information to the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Ministry of Agriculture, the Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring Agency, Federal Forestry Agency, Federal Registration Service and Federal Supervisory Natural Resources Management Service of the Russian Federation.

      

      "Resource-P" is a series of the Russian spacecrafts for remote sensing of the Earth that was engineered by the Samara Space-Rocket Center "Progress". The satellites are intended for supervision of the planet surface and sending the obtained data to a land complex. As compared to Resourse-DK launched in 2006, the new satellite has the number of narrow spectral ranges of shooting increased from three to seven.

       


Sources: http://ria.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Satellites ROSCOSMOS    

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