Lack of satellite data could take a toll on weather forecasting

02/20/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

The Government Accountability Office is warning that the U.S. may be faced with a shortfall in satellite data used for weather forecasting. Launch delays may result in a data gap that could last as long as 53 months, according to the GAO, which notes that satellite programs have suffered from cost overruns and other issues.

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