U.S., Japan launch satellite to study worldwide precipitation

02/28/2014 | Space.com

A satellite that will monitor rain and snowfall worldwide in a joint U.S.-Japan mission was launched into space Feb. 27 from the Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. The Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory will give weather scientists detailed reports in near real time of precipitation all around the globe, according to officials.

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