OCO-2 Satellite

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The circulation of Carbon in the atmosphere will soon be monitored as NASA plan to launched satellite OCO-2 (Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2) in July 2014.

You can click here to read the official announcement of this development from the NASA’s official’s site.

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About Chris Ekong

Just a stubborn dude who always like to do what he knows how to do best. I don't like what is hot, I like what is cold and cool. Poet, fiction and non-fiction writer, writer, composer and a Coastal Geomorphologist.

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