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#1 Mar 4, 2013
Only one spacecraft in orbit right now is monitoring greenhouse gases, Japans Gosat (Greenhouse Gases Observing Satellite), and its resolution isnt good enough to give an accurate picture of a citys emissions. But in the next few years,
"NASA plans to launch the Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO-2) satellite and install a new instrument (OCO-3) on the International Space Station".
Both devices will periodically take snapshots of the chemical weather over population centers.OCO-3 will have a city mode where it rapidly starts sweeping back and forth like a whisk broom, says Duren. He
the satellite to take some 3,000 samples over a city in just a few seconds.
There you go again they really really don't know and don't have.
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