Settled Science Requires A New $500 Million satellite

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After first mission failed in 2009

NASA will launch the Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) on Tuesday to further scientific understanding of carbon dioxide emissions, the agency’s first mission to study greenhouse gases.

The $468 million mission will allow scientists to record detailed carbon dioxide measurements, contributing crucial information to the incomplete understanding of “where all of the carbon dioxide comes from and where it is being stored when it leaves the air,” according to a statement.

NASA to Re-Attempt Global Warming Satellite Launch | TIME

President Obama has already determined that evil CO2 comes from US coal burning power plants, but NASA still needs another $500 million satellite to confirm this settled science.

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