ESA’s Wind-Gauging Satellite To Launch In August

Credit: ESA

TOULOUSE, France–The launch of Aeolus, a first-of-its-kind satellite demonstrator able to provide global wind profiles from the ground up to 30 km (98,000 ft.) altitude, is now scheduled for Aug. 21 after 11 years of delay. The European Space Agency (ESA) has tapped Arianespace for the launch, which...

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