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Earthâ€™s climate continues to change at a rapid pace.
NASA's newest Earth-observing research mission is nearing launch.
Scientists have taken a major step toward accurately determining the amount of energy that the sun provides to Earth, and how variations in that energy may contribute to climate change.
The latest Earth-observing satellite developed by NASA, called Glory, arrived Tuesday at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif, in preparation for a Feb 23 launch.
Two satellite instruments aboard NASA's Solar Radiation & Climate Experiment (SORCE) mission -- the Total Solar Irradiance Monitor (TIM) and the Solar Irradiance Monitor (SIM) -- have made daily measurements of the sun's brightness since 2003.
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Engineers at Orbital Sciences Corporation in Dulles, Va, have successfully replaced a faulty component that could have had serious consequences for the Glory satellite, NASA's next climate-monitoring mission.
Nine years after beginning its unprecedented look at the gateway between Earth's environment and space, not to mention collecting more data on the upper atmosphere than any other satellite, NASAâ€™s Thermosphere Ionosphere Mesosphere Energetics and Dynamics (TIMED) mission has been extended again.
A University of Colorado at Boulder space dust counter designed, tested and operated by students that is flying aboard NASA's New Horizons mission to Pluto now holds the record for the most distant working dust detector ever to travel through space.
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