Japan launches advanced Earth observation satellite with its new H3 rocket

Japan launches advanced Earth observation satellite with its new H3 rocket

Japan on Monday deployed an advanced Earth observation satellite for security and disaster response tasks, launching it on its new flagship H3 rocket.

The third H3 rocket lifted off from the Tanegashima space center on an island in southwestern Japan and released its payload about 16 minutes later as planned, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, said in a live broadcast.

The Advanced Earth Observing Satellite, or ALOS-4, Its main task is to observe the Earth and gather data for mapping and disaster response.It can also monitor military activity, such as missile launches, with an infrared sensor developed by the Ministry of Defense.

The rocket appeared to fly as planned. The launch was originally scheduled for Sunday, but was delayed due to bad weather in the area.

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