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NASA's Earth Observation satellite goes up five years late


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NASA's Earth Observation satellite goes up five years late

NASA has successfully launched its Orbiting Carbon Observatory, the agency’s first probe to measure atmospheric carbon dioxide on a global scale.

Scientists have been waiting since 2009 for this tool; the first was lost when a launcher exploded.

It is NASA’s second earth science mission this year. Three more are planned.

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