On Thursday Japan launched the NASA-built Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory (GPM), designed to track the climate’s rain and snowfall.


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On Thursday Japan successfully launched the NASA-built Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory (GPM), designed to track the climate’s rain and snowfall.

This Earth observation satellite will supplement TRMM, which has been tracking rainfall in the tropics since 1997.

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