Podcaster: Dr. Pamela Gay
Title: The Daily Space – Interview with Jochen Grandell
Catch the full-length interview with Jochen Grandell, Program Scientist for the Meteosat third generation, from our October 4th episode.
The MTP (Meteosat Transition Programme) was established to ensure the operational continuity between the end of the successful Meteosat Operational Program in 1995 and Meteosat Second Generation (MSG), which came into operation at the start of 2004 using improved satellites. The MSG program will provide service until the MTG (Meteosat Third Generation) program takes over with its first launch scheduled for Dec 13th, 2022.
Bio: Dr. Pamela Gay is a Senior Scientist at Planetary Science Institute and a Director of CosmoQuest.
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