TRISHNA: Satellite ‘Trishna’, new Indo-French project to save humans from destruction


Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) and French space agency CNES are preparing to launch the thermal imaging satellite 'Trishna' (Thermal Infra-Red Imaging Satellite for High-Resolution Natural Resource Assessment) in a joint partnership  are.  For the first time, ISRO has openly disclosed the characteristics and future benefits of the satellite.
The Indian Space Agency (ISRO) said the satellite TRISHNA (Thirst) will monitor factors affecting Earth's surface temperature, emissions, biophysics and distortion.  The mission is to address challenges related to water and food security.  This will enable monitoring of anthropogenic climate change impacts and evapotranspiration and focus on efficient management of water resources.

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