NASA, US and European Partners Launch Mission to Monitor Global Ocean

🌊 Wave goodbye! 👋 After a successful launch at 12:17pm ET, the U.S-European Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite is safely in orbit. It'll help us deepen our understanding of global sea levels! 🛰️#SeeingTheSeas

11/21/2020 11:20:00 PM

🌊 Wave goodbye! 👋 After a successful launch at 12:17pm ET, the U.S-European Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich satellite is safely in orbit. It'll help us deepen our understanding of global sea levels! 🛰️SeeingTheSeas

A joint U.S.-European satellite built to monitor global sea levels lifted off on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California Saturday at 9:17 a.m. PST (12:17 p.m. EST).


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I is so nice Again? Cuz idk how many time he did that A world record attempt! Help me share it out. Thank you Awesome!🚀🚀🚀 wont to understand global worming and we still use fossil fuel? '? So another achievement!science will discover more for earth Was I the only one who thought this was a dropped light sabre?

Nasa successfully launch its really amazing seeingthesea ,but the Ocean still needs to be discovered. hopeforthebest. Check my new post pls👇👇👇 Only a few days have passed since the launch of people on the ISS and the launch of the satellite again. This is the development of technology, this is already the rocket autobahn, the rocket highway)

Best wishes Does anyone know why we have an invisible wall going straight down the middle of the country? Did everyone get tired of moving west at the same time or was it planned? Seems odd. Never noticed til now & it’s driving me crazy! Earth _Astronauts HISTORY HelpMeNASA Hats off to NASA and the scientific community of the world who think positive.

I see what you did. Shame on you NASA. Biden and the democrats are not your friend. Jim has been good to you show him some respect. How much carbon was emitted into the atmosphere? can't wait to take earth's temperature and then shove that thermometer right up climate change denial's ass. ... i guess in this case the oceans are the bulb of the thermometer, so start stretching, folks!

How wonderful🚀🚀🚀 The ocean still needs to be discovered LOVE TO SEE OUR FUTURE Ruined by NASA commentators and crew. Thanks! Such an important thing as well Was amazing to watch همینجوری صاف بره تو کون روحانی This is such a cool advancement! It’s super interesting that 30-40% of Americans have the scientific knowledge of folks from the Dark Ages when we have made so many scientific advancements during the same period. Science Rules!

👋👋👋🙏 Outstanding. Our rates for successful launches is skyrocketing. 👏 ImPunny 🇹🇷👏👏👏🇹🇷 five bucks says they're rising I'm in Pine Mountain Club CA, not far from Vandenberg. Beautiful view of the trail at launch. Safe journey! Uauu ci aiuterà a conoscere la conformità dei mari e la loro profondità! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

✌🏾 It's amazing because it can also help us understand how climate change affects global sea level congrats! You really ought to start bringing 2 pieces back before sending more shit up there. masterprogram1 Huh? You finaly, after 38 years, sinds E.T. home? A little bit overdue, don't you think? On a serious note: good luck Sentinel6 !

So many accomplishments under the stewardship of Jim Bridenstine. Naturally a culmination of long-term planning, nonetheless great keeping things on track. It’s interesting to see the plume being about the length of the rocket As they say, we know much more about the space rather than our oceans. Une pensée pour la fusée Vega et les satellites perdus 😂

Congratulations today was a good day for mankind. Let us keep pressing forward in our advancement in space, energy, and technology. Let's hope nothing goes wrong Thank you Nasa, thank you SpaceX! Huge Congrats to NASA Sentinel-6 team!! Great win for science ... Everyone, remember these, the dates that make history!

Congratulations! I'm surprised you succeeded. People in CA is not very smart. 🤔 CGI not real I'd like to work for you At what point will we have put TOO MUCH stuff into orbit? And will we have essentially trapped ourselves here on Earth? Or is that the actual point? For nasa Bye-bye For nasa from chile Does this satellite function in the same way as the satellite 🛰 that is mapping the moon 🌙? 😃🚀🔭

Rocketman likes this... 😁🚀 This is art🚀🥰 God Speed SpaceX Please.... Never let NASA run commentary again. ❤️ It's amazing to think about how little we know about our oceans and what we might learn from this. Sweet good stuff Amazing ❤ You need one that can see through mud so we can find Atlantis ❤ ❤🚀 2nd До свиданья 👋👋