South Korea, 1st foreign country to join NASA's mission against pollution
from Science World Report
Two ex U.S. Air Force pilots have taken off from Osan Air Base in South Korea to join in a very different kind of battle. In a joint work with NASA, former U.S. Air Force pilots are in charge of a flying laboratory, a modified DC-8 packed with millions of dollars worth of highly sensitive instruments to register air pollution. This will determine where the pollutants originally came from and analyze how air pollution can be accurately measured from space.
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