Rain from SpaceLight

There are smarties out there who knew about this kind of thing already, but I never professed to be a smartie.  And the information in this Motherboard post is quite fascinating.  There is not just one, but TWO proposals for using lasers on satellites to help “adjust” the Earth’s climate.  Captain Planet would be very […]

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NOAA’s low hanging problem–Part 4

Backstory The National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) requested an Independent Review Team (IRT) look at NOAA satellite programs for possible problems.  The IRT came back with issues and recommendations in two reports:  one in 2012 and one in 2013.  Within the report, the IRT pushed forward the possibility of no sun-synchronous LEO NOAA satellites […]

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