Viewpoints Industry TV to Report on Satellite Evidence of Global Warming on an Upcoming Segment
Coral Springs, FL, July 05, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Viewpoints Industry TV will look at NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory 2, otherwise known as OCO-2 which is the third attempt of the space agency to get a carbon-measuring satellite into orbit. OCO-2 is designed to provide detailed readings of the levels of CO2 in the Earth's atmosphere, up to 100,000 times per day, regardless of cloud cover. Only armed with solid statistical evidence, will we know for sure how much of the climate change being experienced on the planet was caused by human activities. Localized data from key spots around the world will allow legislators to pinpoint where heightened regulation is needed. The new satellite will join the "A-Train", which is a man-made constellation of five international Earth-observing satellites that fly in close formation, constantly monitoring the Earth.
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