The science team for the French-U.S. Jason-2 oceanography mapping mission wasted no time in bringing its five primary and three piggyback instruments into play. And even though the spacecraft’s formal checkout will take two months, the science team expects to begin receiving data within weeks that will continue an international tradition dating back three decades of reading the ocean’s waves to help understand climatic change. Formally called the Ocean Surface Topography ...

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