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The role of satellites in the global weather experiment

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The Global Weather Experiment now drawing to a close has depended heavily on observations made by meteorological satellites in obtaining weather information from both Hemispheres. The roles played by the Meteosat and Tiros `N¿ systems are described in broad detail and a preliminary assessment of the meteorological data points the way to future improvements in weather forecasting techniques.

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Radio and Electronic Engineer  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 12 )

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December 1979

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