|Satellite||Geostationary Carbon Observatory (GeoCarb)|
|Payload||Science mission for daily carbon observation|
|Launch Date||2022 (planned)|
GeoCarb will collect 10 million daily observations of the concentrations of carbon dioxide, methane, carbon monoxide and solar-induced fluorescence (SIF) at a spatial resolution of about 3 to 6 miles (5 to 10 kilometers). Its longitude will allow “wall-to-wall” observations over the Americas between 50 degrees North and South latitude -- from the southern tip of Hudson Bay to the southern tip of South America.
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