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2022-09-23
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The United States launched an infrared space telescope to search for unknown human objects. The infrared space telescope of the "wide-angle infrared measurement detector" was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California with the "Delta II" carrier rocket

at 6:09 local time on the 14th (22:09 Beijing time on the 14th), an infrared space telescope called the "wide-angle infrared measurement detector" in the United States was launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California with the "Delta II" carrier rocket. 4. High speed loop Protector: protect the heating loop and lift off

NASA said that when the "wide-angle infrared measurement detector" was launched, there were cumulus clouds over Vandenberg Air Force base, and the weather conditions were not very ideal, but the launch process was relatively smooth

"wide angle 1) when preparing to clean the machine barrel, the infrared space telescope of" infrared measurement detector "carried the" new kiefel packaging department to operate the Delta II "carrier rocket through four professional teams, and launched from Vandenberg Air Force base, California

according to NASA's plan, the "wide-angle infrared measurement probe" will eventually carry out observation work in an orbit about 500 kilometers away from the earth. Its main task is to scan the whole sky within nine months, search for those unknown asteroids and comets, classify them, and list the celestial bodies that may pose a threat to the earth

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