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Official operation of two Fengyun meteorological satellites

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Time: 2019-01-07
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The official operation of Fengyun No. 3 D Star and Fengyun No. 2 H Star and its ground application system on January 1 will further enhance the comprehensive capabilities of China's meteorological satellites and effectively support 'global forecasting, global forecasting, and global services', the China Meteorological News intern reporter Yeshanshan reported. It also plays an important role in serving the Belt and Road Initiative.
The Fengyun II H star was launched on June 5, 2018 and is the closing of China's first-generation geosynchronous orbit meteorological satellites. Since January 1 this year, Fengyun II H has conducted 28 full-disc scanning observations and 20 northern hemisphere observations every day. In addition, high-frequency subregional encrypted observations can be launched according to the needs of countries along the Belt and Road. It provides strong support for meteorological services and disaster prevention and reduction. After the operation of the business, the satellite formally formed a business model of 'multi-star in-orbit, coordinated operation, mutual backup, and timely encryption' with the Fengyun II E star, F star, and G star.
Fengyun III D Star is the fourth star of China's second-generation polar orbiting meteorological satellite and was launched on November 15, 2017. The satellite is currently the polar orbiting observation satellite with the highest spectral resolution in China. The number of measurement channels exceeds 7,000, which will greatly improve the ability to detect power parameters, thermal parameters and greenhouse gases in the lower atmosphere of the Earth. China will upgrade its capabilities in global numerical weather forecasting, global climate change response, ecological monitoring and space weather forecasting. It forms upper and afternoon network observations with Fengyun No. 3 C star, and forms a high and low orbit with the stationary star to ensure the continuous and stable operation of China's meteorological satellites.

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