The NOAA Satellite and Information Service provides timely accessibility to global ecological data from satellites and other resources to keep track of and understand our vibrant Earth. We manage the Nation's operational ecological satellites and supply data and info solutions such as Earth system monitoring and official assessments of the environment. DSCOVR, NOAA's first operational satellite in deep space, orbits a million miles from Earth in order to provide early warnings of potentially harmful space weather. When a call for help is turned on, NOAA satellites send the signal to ground terminals all over the world, notifying search and rescuers. Scientific models show a speeding up pattern in sea degree increase, but it will take 25-30 years of monitorings from satellites like Jason-3 prior to we can verify this fad.
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