This is incredibly disappointing

A NASA satellite designed to track carbon dioxide emissions has landed in the ocean near Antarctica after failing to reach orbit early Tuesday. […] The OCO was NASA’s first satellite dedicated to monitoring carbon dioxide on a global scale, and took eight years of planning and design and $280 million US to bring to the launch stage.


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Dave Semeniuk spends hours locked up in his office, thinking about the role the oceans play in controlling global climate, and unique ways of studying it. He'd also like to shamelessly plug his art practice:

2 Responses to “This is incredibly disappointing”

  1. Timon

    [forehead slap]

    Any thoughts on a conspiracy theory?

    I think the 8 years number is the most disheartening.

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