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Donald Wylie

, and both the daytime and nighttime parts of the orbit. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) planned to operate two polar-orbiting satellites, however, in the early years, 1980–96, there were extended periods of months to years where only one satellite was available. Because of these gaps in coverage the time trend study of Wylie et al. (2005) focused on only one of the polar orbits (0200 and 1400 LT), which gave continues uninterrupted coverage for 17 yr. All of the

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