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Vandenberg Air Force Base Launch Delta Ii Rocket At Night

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Description:
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. - A United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket
carrying a NASA/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration satellite
was successfully launched from Space Launch Complex-2 here Saturday, Nov.
18, at 1:47 a.m. PST.

The Delta II rocket carried the first satellite of the Joint Polar
Satellite System.

Col. Greg Wood, 30th Space Wing vice commander, was the space
launch commander.

The Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) is the Nation's advanced
series of polar-orbiting environmental satellites. JPSS represents
significant technological and scientific advancements in observations used
for severe weather prediction and environmental monitoring. This data is
critical to the timeliness and accuracy of forecasts three to seven days in
advance of a severe weather event. JPSS is a collaborative effort between
NOAA and NASA.

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82784954
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00:00:10
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USA
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Audio Sample Rate:
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