NEWS AN D Notes GOES-7 Transitioned to Hawaii For Use By known Command and Telemetry Processor (CTP) to PEACESAT Station the University of Honolulu at Manoa, Hawaii. The CTP was built for the launch support of the GOES D - GOES-7, a 12-year-old environmental satellite, is H series satellites, which included GOES-7. The CTP being transitioned to 175°W to support the PanPacific Education and Communications Experiment by Sat- in Hawaii will be used by PEACESAT. ellite, or PEACESAT, a public service satellite tele- Upon arrival in Honolulu, personnel from NOAA' s Wallops, Virginia, Command and Data Acquisition communications network, announced the Department station were dispatched to aid in the installation and of Commerce's National Oceanic and Atmospheric checkout of the CTP. Training for the PEACESAT Administration (NO A A) . GOES-7 was first launched into the Earth's orbit on personnel will later be provided in satellite operations. 26 February 1987. NOAA used it mainly to aid in Southern Oxidants Study Focuses on Air weather prediction. The satellite obtained the wind Pollution direction and speed of clouds to help meteorologists better understand atmospheric circulation patterns. A Air pollution and its effects take a toll on the whole data-collection system on
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1999
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