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NASA scientists turn towards Earth to measure polar ice and climate change conditions

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When most Americans think about NASA, they assume the agency is all about rockets and space exploration. While that’s certainly part of the NASA mission, NASA also does a considerable amount of Earth science, researching aspects of immediate importance to humans much closer to home.

Take, for example, the NASA IceBridge program. This is a program that’s been running since 2009 and has been investigating the relationship between arctic ice and sea level. This is actually some of the real science that’s been fueling the global warming and client change debates.
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