Satellite Oceanography

A satellite is an object that circles or spins around some other protest. Satellites can circle the Earth a few times each day. By setting instruments on a satellite, an oceanographer can get information from everywhere throughout the world in a short measure of time. These instruments can quantify the temperature of the ocean surface, the extent of the water, the speed of the draught over the water and numerous different things.

Satellites can also take estimations over the whole Earth's surface in few days. Subsequently, Oceanographers are readily available to better study phenomena, which influence whole seas or even the whole planet. This makes satellite estimations perfect for researchers who consider the Earth's atmosphere.