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New satellite is a global rain gauge

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The Global Precipitation Measurement Core Observatory satellite takes a bird's eye view of water in the atmosphere and provides information for updated rain and snow forecasts. GPM is a collaboration between NASA and Japan's Space Agency. (Feb. 27) Video provided by AP


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