#ULA- UNITED LAUNCH ALLIANCE | #NASA -NOAA #GOES-R on an Atlas five Rocket…….

In a few three days least  short on 19th November 2016 eastern time Saturday, it’ll be an” ULA-United Launch Alliance” of a Weather reconnaissance satellite, that weather satellite is named “GOES-R- Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R “ in which the client is NOAA- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration also partaking also is” NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration”  in which is launched from Cape Canaveral Air force Station , Florida,  from Space Launch Complex – SLC-41, with an opening one hour launch window at 17.42 hours Eastern Standard Time..

GOES-R- Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R program is one of four sets GOES-R Satellites operated by NOAA, in which is built with advanced weathering reconnaissance systems, in which designed to scan the Planet Earth from a Geo-stationary orbit five time quicker with four times more of high depth resolution than other conventional weathering satellites, in which will provide more data analysis for scientists to forecast and climate of the weather globally..  In which providing enrichment of data analysis of forecasting, storms, hurricanes tracking, tornadoes, warnings, seasonally changes predictions for the long term also provide priceless weather data for aviation flight route predictions to ensure a secure safer flight path..Also with Space Weather observatoins..

One aspect of GOES-R is the enhancement of search and rescue, in detection of distress signals from location beacons, from distress signals from various variants of Aircraft, ships also personal location beacons as part of the Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking (SARSAT) system.

The GOES-R Satellite, is launched from an Atlas V-541 configuration, in that configuration in which launched the Martian rover Curiosity back in the 2011 launch calendar..  The Atlas V-541 Configuration consist of the carrier main stage Atlas V booster providing with two RD 180 Engine  with four SRB-Solid Rocket Boosters,  in addition to the secondary carrier stage is the Centaur with a single RL-10C-1 Engine…  As for weather wise hope it’s clear also co-operative weather-wise evening for the launch

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