China Joins U.S., Japan In Monitoring CO2 From Space

Credit: Roscosmos
A new Chinese satellite will give the world’s largest source of greenhouse gas in the atmosphere an independent way to monitor carbon dioxide levels worldwide, according to its developers. The TanSat spacecraft, launched Dec. 21 on a Long March-2D from Jiuquan, will detect CO2 levels worldwide every...

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