von Kármán Lecture - Looking Home: OCO-3 and Science from the International Space Station
We live on a dynamic, living planet. Land shifts. Seas rise. Cities expand. The best way to cope with the ever-changing, interconnected systems affecting Earth is to better understand them through NASA’s unique perspective in space. The Orbiting Carbon Observatory 3 (OCO-3), from its perch on the International Space Station, will improve our understanding of the interaction between carbon and climate. By mapping carbon dioxide over land and sea, OCO-3 gives scientists a better view of the global ecosystem and the health of our planet.
- Ralph Basilio, Project Manager, OCO-3
- Matt Bennett, Project Systems Engineer, OCO-3
- Karen Yuen, Science Data Applications and Communications Manager, OCO-3
- Graziela Keller Rodrigues, Engineering Applications Software Engineer, OCO-3
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