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NASA : Media Accreditation Opens for Launch of Ocean-Measuring Satellite .- Se abre Acreditación de los Medios Abre para el lanzamiento del Satélite para medición de los Océanos.............

Hola amigos: A VUELO DE UN QUINDE EL BLOG., hemos recibido información de la Agencia Espacial NASA, indicando que se abre la acreditación de los medios de información para el lanzamiento del Satálite : the Jason-3 satellite. La inscripción está abierta para los Estados Unidos y los medios de comunicación internacionales que cubramos el 22 de julio lanzamiento de Jason-3, la cuarta misión de una serie de misiones de satélites que miden la altura de la superficie del océano. Asimismo, ya realizó una práctica de ejecución de la secuencia de integración mecánica utilizada para aparearse avanzada Radiómetro de Microondas instrumento del Jason-3 de las naves espaciales al satélite Jason-3. El radiómetro es uno de los tres instrumentos de la NASA incorporados que son componentes integrales de Jason-3. Mide la radiación de la superficie de la Tierra en tres frecuencias para determinar la cantidad de vapor presente en la atmósfera el agua, lo que afecta a la precisión de las mediciones de Jason-3 altímetro.

More information.............
http://www.nasa.gov/press-release/media-accreditation-opens-for-launch-of-ocean-measuring-satellite


The radiometer is one of three NASA-built instruments that are integral components of Jason-3.
IN May 2013, technicians at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, performed a practice run of the mechanical integration sequence used to mate the Jason-3 spacecraft's Advanced Microwave Radiometer instrument to the Jason-3 satellite. The radiometer is one of three NASA-built instruments that are integral components of Jason-3. It measures radiation from Earth's surface at three frequencies to determine the amount of water vapor present in the atmosphere, which affects the accuracy of the Jason-3 altimeter measurements.
Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech
Registration is open for U.S. and international media to cover the July 22 launch of Jason-3, the fourth mission in a series of satellite missions that measure the height of the ocean surface.
The Jason-3 mission, led by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), will launch from Space Launch Complex 4 East at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. Due to U.S. Air Force security requirements, international media must apply for accreditation at least 30 days before the launch.
Jason-3 is the latest in a series of U.S.-European satellite international missions that have been measuring the height of the ocean surface for 23 years. Sea level height is a critical piece of evidence about Earth’s natural cycles and climate change. Knowing sea level height also improves hurricane forecasts, navigation and the efficiency of fisheries and other offshore industries.
To apply, media should contact Capt. Selena Rodts at 805-606-3595 or selena.rodts.1@us.af.mil, or by fax at 805-606-4571. To mail an accreditation request, send the required information to Rodts at 30th Space Wing Public Affairs Office, Vandenberg Air Force Base, California 93437.
International media must provide their full legal name, date of birth, nationality, passport number and media affiliation. U.S. media must provide their full legal name, date of birth and media affiliation. A valid legal photo identification will be required for all media upon arrival at Vandenberg.
The Jason-3 project is managed within NASA by the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California. NASA’s Launch Services Program at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida is responsible for launch vehicle program management of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket.
For more information about the Jason-3 mission, visit:
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Steve Cole
Headquarters, Washington
202-358-0918
stephen.e.cole@nasa.gov
George H. Diller
Kennedy Space Center, Fla.
321-867-2468
george.h.diller@nasa.gov
Alan Buis
Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif.
818-354-0474
alan.buis@jpl.nasa.gov
Last Updated: May 24, 2015
Editor: Karen Northon

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