Air Forces Loses Command-and-Control Link to Weather Satellite Since Feb. 11, the U.S. Air Force has been trying to regain command and control of one of its weather satellites, Defense Meteorological Program (DMSP) Flight 19.  The satellite is in a stable configuration as operators continue efforts to recover it, according to an Air Force statement. And while the service cannot direct Flight 19, program engineers are still receiving telemetry from the wayward satellite. They are able ...

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