Space exploration has always been an exciting topic. Many books, movies, and TV shows discuss it, but what is it really like?
What are the latest space exploration projects? Can space exploration happen in your lifetime?
How Does It Work
Earth observation satellites are in charge of monitoring the earth and its natural resources. They are also used for scientific research and Earth system science.
The nature of this satellite is to provide information about the environment, climate change, and natural disasters, among other issues.
There are a few things that make an excellent earth observation satellite.
One is the resolution of the images that it takes. Another is the ability to take images in different wavelengths or colors enabling us to see things like vegetation or water vapor. Lastly, it needs to be able to work well in all weather conditions and have a long lifespan.
Satellites are usually launched from Earth’s surface into space using rockets and then released in orbit.
The launch of a probe into space is a complex process that requires careful planning and execution.
A probe can be launched by using a rocket, an airplane, or even a ballistics missile.
Some probes are launched into orbit around Earth while others are sent to explore other planets.