27 sibtambar (UPI) – ‘atlaqat wikalat nasa ‘ahdath qamar sinaeiin limuraqabat al’ard yawm
alaithnayn min kalifurnia lilmusaeadat fi tatabue al’ahdath almunakhiat alati tatarawah min
al’aeasir ‘iilaa harayiq alghabat ‘iilaa ‘iizalat alghabat fi mintaqat al’amazun. hamal sarukh
‘atlas V altaabie lisharikat United Launch Alliance almarkabat alfadayiyat alati yablugh
waznuha 5900 rutil ‘iilaa almadar min qaeidat fandinbirgh lilquat alfadayiyat mae al’iiqlae fi
alsaaeat 2:12 baed alzuhra. bitawqit sharq alwilayat almutahidati. waqal mudhieu alsaarukh ‘iina alsaarukh safir eabr sahb kathifat lakina altaqs lam yakun yushakil thdydan. tawahajat
alghuyum biallawn alburtuqalii mae sueud ‘atlas alkhamis.
27 (UPI) — NASA launched its latest Earth observation satellite Monday from California to help track weather events ranging from hurricanes to wildfires to deforestation in the Amazon. The United Launch Alliance’s Atlas V rocket carried the 5,900-pound spacecraft into orbit from Vandenberg Space Force Base with lift-off at 2:12 p.m. EDT. Missile announcers said the missile traveled through thick clouds but the weather was not a threat. The clouds glowed ora
nge as Atlas V rose.
Landsat 9 is the ninth in a series that NASA began launching in 1972, marking a five-decade partnership between the Space Agency and the US Geological Survey.
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