Ibuki Satellite Webcam

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Ibuki Satellite Webcam

Live webcam is installed on the satellite Ibuki — the satellite of Earth remote observing. The satellite of Ibuki («Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite», abbreviated GOSAT) is designed to monitor the greenhouse gases of the Earth. The satellite has special infrared sensors, which allow to determine the density of methane and carbon dioxide in the atmosphere of our planet. The equipment of the Ibuki satellite includes seven different scientific instruments.

The development of Ibuki involved Japanese space agency JAXA, and production — Mitsubishi Electric. The launch of the Ibuki satellite with a live webcam on board was made on January 23, 2009 from the Tanegashima space center in Japan. The launch into orbit of the Earth was carried out by the carrier rocket H-IIA of Japanese manufacture.

The web web cam of the Ibuki satellite (GOSAT) allows you to view the Earth from space in real time. With the help of video broadcast, experts in geography will be able to determine the position of the satellite in orbit.

Before the live broadcast from the satellite, an ad can be shown.
Geography: Space. Time zone: GMT
Broadcast quality: video, 720p. Status: webcam is offline (checked).


In no efences I think that you guys should add some one to talk so we know what we are looking at.
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