NASA launches weather satellite from Japan

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japanwxNASA launched a new weather satellite into space from Japan.

The satellite will provide high-tech and 3D views of hurricanes, rainstorms, and snowfall around the Earth.

NASA says this will help advance our understanding of Earth’s water and energy cycles.

Scientists hope this will improve their ability to forecast natural disasters.

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