This is Why We Needed the Orbiting Carbon Observatory Satellite

Fizzy Oceans Spell Doom As an almost instananeous follow up (the interconnectedness of all things?) to my recent disappointment about the launch failure of the OCO satellite, the BBC, Guardian, Telegraph etc  have all been reporting some recent climate work from Plymouth. An Italian Bay There’s now so much CO2 being absorbed by the oceans… Continue reading This is Why We Needed the Orbiting Carbon Observatory Satellite

A Failure in Priorities for NASA Rocket Launches?

Two rockets have been sent up recently by NASA. The first, a mission to monitor and greater understand how CO2 affects climate, failed. The second, a mission to search for new Earth-like worlds got up okay, will soon start searching. I’m all for expanding human knowledge and can understand the reasons for the missions.  In… Continue reading A Failure in Priorities for NASA Rocket Launches?