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EcoAlert: ISS Camera to Provide World's Real-Time Climate Data

NASA announced plans last week to send a new telescopic camera to the International Space Station to give developing countries critical new environmental data on forest fires, floods, volcanoes, droughts, hurricanes and landslides in Central America, Africa and Asia. ISERV...
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