The Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) is a group of satellites that look at the Earth at all times.
These satellites go around the Earth, in a path called a POLAR ORBIT. They move over the North and South poles fourteen times a day! One animal that lives at both of these poles is a seal.
To explain what JPSS satellites do, imagine that JPSS is a friendly, Earth-seeing seal named JP the Super Seal. JP the Super Seal will share a story about what he does every day.