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NASA's PACE satellite to teach earthlings more about our ocean

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Tuesday morning NASA sent PACE into orbit. PACE stands for "plankton, aerosol, cloud, ocean ecosystem." The satellite will take measurements of ocean color and tiny atmospheric particles to monitor a changing Earth. Tom Neumann, Deputy Director of NASA Goddard’s Earth Science Division told Ozarks at Large's Kyle Kellams why it's important to know more about ocean color.

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Kyle Kellams is KUAF's news director and host of Ozarks at Large<i>.</i>
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