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Published on Jun 12, 2014
NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2, launching July 2014, will study carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and help us understand how fast it will build up in the future. The mission will provide a more complete, global picture of the human and natural sources of CO2 as well their "sinks," the places where CO2 is pulled out of the atmosphere and stored (such as in plants and the ocean). Learn more about the mission at www.nasa.gov/oco2