Meteorologists in Russia are reporting that their satellites are tracking the wobbles of the Earth.
This is happening even though the satellites are still at their launch sites.
Russia’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technology tweeted out a photo of the data collected.
A couple of days ago we announced the formation of the #ROSKOM, #MOMAT, #SMOOM, and the #SMOT satellites, all named after the three moons of Jupiter.
They are all named for the moons of the planet Jupiter, but there is one that has never been named: Io.
The three satellites are named after Io, Io-Europa, and Io-Charon, as well as the planet Saturn.
The launch date of the three satellites was originally scheduled for the end of this year.
Russia, in collaboration with NASA, has been working on a new generation of satellites that are capable of tracking changes in the Earth and its satellites.
Russia has been making efforts to develop a better system to track the movements of the satellites since 2014, when a Russian weather satellite crashed on the launch pad.
The Russian Ministry of Science and Technology has also been working for several years on the development of a new weather satellite, the Roskosmos, which will be launched in 2018.
Russian meteorologists are now being able to track their data from the satellites, as they are able to see how the satellites move as they orbit the Earth at different times of the year.
The satellites will track the wobble of the earth, which affects the orbits of many satellites, including the U.S. satellites, which are designed to observe the Earth from space.
Russia is the third country to launch a new space-based weather satellite.
The other two countries are the United States and Japan.
In October, Russia’s government announced that the U., Japan, and Russia would launch a satellite, named SES-11, that will be capable of recording the Earth-based temperature of the sun.
The satellite is expected to be launched on a Soyuz rocket from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan in 2021.
The SES spacecraft is expected be able to measure the temperature of Earth’s surface in three different ways.
The first method will be a measurement of the change in the temperature caused by the Earth passing through the orbit of the Sun.
The second method will measure the change caused by a solar flare, which occurs when an orbiting object’s energy is directed away from the Earth, or the planet in the sun’s corona.
The third method will look for the changes caused by changes in atmospheric pressure.
In December of this season, the U./Japan spacecraft was also expected to launch.
Russia plans to use the SES satellites for weather forecasting, as it is believed that weather conditions in the Arctic are changing in a significant way.
Russia also plans to launch the first weather satellite in 2020.
Russia does not plan to launch an orbiting weather satellite before 2020.