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Seeking Answers in Space for Accurate Emissions Data

by Richard Martin

Every 99 minutes a NASA satellite orbits the planet, capturing a million measurements a day of the carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere. It’s part of an experiment that scientists hope will one day result in a fleet of satellites that reliably and accurately measure carbon dioxide from regions, countries, and even specific cities and large emissions sources like power plants.

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