NASA looks to improve satellites' ability to monitor air quality

02/19/2013 | LiveScience.com

NASA is using airplanes to test air quality in California's Central Valley as part of its five-year, $30 million mission to improve the ability of satellites to monitor pollution. Data gleaned from the program allow researchers to compare observations taken from space, from ground level and in the air. Tests also will be conducted in Houston and Colorado and have been done in Baltimore.

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