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NASA satellite launched to measure Earth's ice changes
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15 September 2018
On 15 September 2018 The Associated Press reported:
A NASA satellite designed to precisely measure changes in Earth's ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice and vegetation was launched into polar orbit from California early Saturday (15 September). NASA Earth Science Division director Michael Freilich says that the mission in particular will advance knowledge of how the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica contribute to sea level rise. ... In addition to ice, the satellite's other measurements, such as the tops of trees, snow, and river heights, may help with research into the amount of carbon stored in forests, flood and drought planning, and wildfire behavior, among other uses.
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