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NASA Satellite Launch From Vandenberg AFB Friday Morning, May Be Visible …

NASA Satellite Launch From Vandenberg AFB Friday Morning, May Be Visible …

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE (CBS SF) – NASA will try to launch a meridian investigate satellite from Vandenberg Air Force Base early Friday, a launch that could be manifest from a Bay Area.

A Delta 2 rocket carrying a Soil Moisture Active Passive satellite is scheduled to be launched during 6:20 a.m. Pacific Time from a base, that is located off a Santa Barbara County coast.

The launch was ostensible to take place early Thursday morning, though it was scrubbed by NASA since of a pointy breeze shear 34,000 feet above a pad.

Friday’s satellite launch would likely be manifest from a Bay Area and most of California, exclusive internal continue conditions.

The satellite’s goal is to map a volume of dampness sealed in soil, information that could be pivotal to bargain a ancestral drought afflicting California.

Launch of a Delta II rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, U.S. Air Force print by Staff Sgt. Andrew Satran

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