Science Learning To Use Global Precipitation Data

Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
More than a year and a half after launch of its “core” spacecraft, a disparate fleet operated by the world’s space agencies is beginning to present a highly detailed picture of global precipitation. The data has been there all along, but with so much of it scientists are just beginning to reap its...

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