NASA Explorers S3 E1: Seeing Through Smoke


To understand fires on Earth, you need a broad view — spanning from the poles to the equator and looking from high above the planet to down deep under the soil. That’s where #NASAExplorers come in! With satellites, with airplanes, with their own hands and with a data record spanning decades, Explorers are studying how our planet burns… and how that burning changes with the climate. This season, we’re headed to the western Pacific Ocean to the Northwest Territories and beyond to look fires on Earth.


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  1. satellites have a 99% reliable power system using nothing more than a couple of solar panels, they fly around the globe at thousands of miles per hr whilst always maintaining a strong connection too tens of thousands of cell phones on the ground at any given time, whilst triangulating with other satellites travelling tens of thousands of miles per hr, they sit in some sort of goldiloc position where the gravity is just right, not too strong so they don't come crashing back down too earth but not too weak so they don't fly off into space keeping them perfectly on course 24/7, and they are generally maintenance free,
    Oh and there are thousands and thousands of them and they never collide with each other and are invincible too getting hit by meteorites.
    No form of propulsion systems just a box with a couple of solar panels a sattelite dish and some computer chips each one costing tens of millions of dollars.🤔

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