ESA’s Wind Science Satellite To Begin Final Testing

Credit: Aeolus: WP:NFCC#4
LYON, France—After 14 years of development and several delays, the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Aeolus science satellite is ready for the two remaining phases of tests that will ensure it can effectively perform its mission—measuring “slices” of winds from a 320-km orbit. On Jan. 29, the 1.7-metric...

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