New Earth-Science Missions Beginning To Generate Climate Data

A series of five Earth-monitoring satellites launched by NASA over the past year is beginning to move from calibration to data-taking in ways that suggest they will enhance researchers’ understanding of how the planet’s climate is changing. Just this week the new Soil Moisture Active Passive (SMAP)...

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