Japanese satellite sniffs out greenhouse gas

Japanese satellite sniffs out greenhouse gas
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The Japanese Space Agency has developed a satellite to help scientists keep a closer eye on the level of gases which contribute to global warming. It is called GOSAT – or Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite – and is designed to improve measurements of carbon dioxide and methane that are currently taken on the earth’s surface.

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