European satellite will track water movement

11/2/2009 | Google

A Russian Rockot launcher lifted a satellite that will track the impact of climate change on the movement of water into space. European Space Agency officials say the satellite will provide the first measures of Earth's surface soil moisture and ocean salinity from space. They also say the satellite will help scientists predict extreme weather events and calculate Earth's carbon cycle.

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