Case Study

ABB-Built Optical Sensors On Board Latest GHGSat Satellites To Detect Greenhouse Gas Emissions From Space

optical-sensors GHGSat, the global leader in high-resolution greenhouse gas monitoring from space, has successfully launched into orbit three additional methane satellites, carrying optical sensors built by ABB.

Named Mey-Lin, Gaspard, and Océane, the three satellites travelled on SpaceX's Transporter-7 mission from the Vandenberg Space Force Base in California. They separated from the rocket approximately 63 minutes after liftoff and are now orbiting the Earth, monitoring emissions from space.

With a total of nine satellites, GHGSat has the world’s largest constellation dedicated to greenhouse gas emission monitoring.

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