Atlas-V Rocket launch on Feb 11, 2013

The United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas-V rocket by the Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) spacecraft concerned is seeing as it begins on February 11, 2013 at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California. The Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) is corporation among NASA and the U.S. Geographical Survey that will take hold on the Landsat Program's 40-year statistics confirmation of viewing the Earth's landscapes from space.

Atlas-V Rocket
A rocket moving an Earth-observing Landsat satellite in progress on Monday from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California to take on a mission to report modifies to the planet's natural assets. The $855-million mission maintains a four-decade heritage of maintenance a nonstop eye on Earth from break. Once in orbit 708 kilometers high, the satellite will circle Earth 14 times a day, clipping number of photos that will be rayed back to ground spaces.

The Atlas V affecting the LDCM spacecraft snarls off the launch protection at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The work will enlarge more than 40 years of global land comments that are severe in much part, such as power and water administration, forest controlling, human and environmental power, urban planning, disaster revival and agriculture.

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