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SABIA-Mar

SABIA-Mar / SAC-E
Operator INPE
CONAE
Mission type Ciencia terrestre
Launch date 2017
Mission duration Cuatro años
Homepage CONAE - SAC-E

El SABIA-Mar (o SAC-E) satélite, programado para ser lanzado en 2017, es un Brasilero/Argentino Satelite de Observación terrestre. Está centrado en monitoreos de superficies oceánicas,[1][2] especialmente estudios del ecosistema oceánico, el ciclo del carbono, habitats marinos, y mapeo.

El satélite es parte de la cooperación de la Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales y el National Institute for Space Research y estará operando hasta el 2021.

El primer objetivo de la misión es recolectar y proveer datos del agua y de la producción de comida, con alto espectro, geométrico y temporal resolution sobre el área delMercosur.

Instrumentos

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Referencias

  1. ^ "Ministerio de Cienca e Tecnologia". Inpe.br. Retrieved 2014-03-06. 
  2. ^ a b "The SIBIA_Mar Mission". Ioccg.org. Retrieved 2014-03-06. 


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