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China's Marine Satellite Covers Globe
2008/06/05

According to a marine satellite report released on April 11, 2008 by State Oceanography

Bureau, China's Marine I-B has worked smoothly in orbit, with a global coverage of sea

color, sea water temperature, and marine environment.

Launched on April 11, 2007, the satellite was put into operation on September 30. It has

been working smoothly to collect water color data and coastal images. As of December 31,

2007, the satellite has worked for 265 days, with 1371 probes, of which 522 for a probe

over China's marine and land areas, 218 for night probes, 2 for carrier wave test, and 629

for overseas probes.



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