NASA, ESA, South Korea Join On Air Quality Assessment

The global air quality "virtual constellation" of GEMS, TEMPO and Sentinel-4 will measure air quality hourly during daylight hours around the Northern Hemisphere.
Credit: NASA
The means by which air quality is monitored is becoming both more global and comprehensive. Its variations can affect human health as well as overall environmental quality. Thanks to an emerging global geostationary satellite alliance among NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and South Korea...

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