Mothballed Satellite Finds New Life As Dscovr Solar Storm Monitor

HOUSTON —The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)-led Deep Space Climate Observatory (Dscovr), originally an Earth imaging NASA mission spacecraft known as Triana and scheduled to launch aboard the ill-fated final mission of the shuttle Columbia, will get a second chance at space operations – this time as a multi-agency solar activity sentry.

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Author: David Pflieger

David Pflieger is working as the CEO of Island Air, located in Hawaii. David received his pilot training in the United States Air Force, and has since held multiple positions with different airlines, for over 20 years!

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