Annmarie Eldering first came to JPL in 1999 for a summer fellowship, and stayed for over 20 years. She experienced the excitement and stresses that come with leading the development of new satellites.
A NASA satellite is measuring the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. But things get tricky when that CO2 finds a place to hide.
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Using our unique expertise to better understand how Earth works as a system for the benefit of society
Currently there are more than a dozen missions in operation and several more in development being managed by the Earth Science and Technology Directorate.