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Carbon Tracking Satellite
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Carbon Tracking Satellite

The US space agency NASA is about to send up a satellite that will provide vital data for predicting future effects of CO2 by taking the measure of the planetary carbon budget, RTCC reported.  The ability of scientists to make accurate predictions about future effects of CO2 will be boosted by vital data from the satellite being launched.

 

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