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First U.S. Carbon Dioxide Monitor Climbs To Orbit
July 04, 2014
HOUSTON —NASA’s Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) cleared initial power and communications checkouts following a trouble-free liftoff from Vandenberg AFB, California, early July 2. OCO-2 now begins its two-year, $468 million primary mission to assess carbon dioxide levels in the Earth’s...
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