To get a better idea of where CO2 is emitted and absorbed on Earth, scientists and engineers at NASA have rebuilt the OCO (Orbiting Carbon Observatory) that was lost on launch in February 2009 due to a failure of the payload fairing. The new satellite, the OCO-2, is ...
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