Indian-French TRISHNA Satellite Targets Climate Change Impacts

The TRISHNA mission, a collaboration between ISRO and CNES, aims to monitor Earth’s surface temperature and water management. Set to launch in 2026, it will operate from a sun-synchronous orbit at 761 km altitude for five years. The mission’s primary goals include monitoring energy and water budgets, measuring water stress, and assessing water quality. Secondary goals involve detecting temperature anomalies and monitoring glacier dynamics. TRISHNA’s data will support global projects like Global Water Watch and GEOGLAM, aiding in environmental and crop management planning.

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