Tiny Sensors Studied For Worldwide Wildfire Watch

Credit: Quadra
A group of scientists and engineers from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) is scrambling to flesh out a concept that could lead to a relatively low-cost array of heat sensors in low Earth orbit (LEO) for almost instantaneous warning of wildfires, oil spills on dry land and other “thermal events”...

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