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    Jason-3 Satellite Continues Collecting Data On Sea Level Risei
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    Elizabeth Lee
    January 31, 2016 2:45 PM
    Scientists from the U.S. and Europe are focusing their attention on the latest satellite launched to collect data on rising global sea levels. The Jason-3 satellite is extending a mission that spans more than two decades. The data collected so far shows sea levels are rising at an accelerating rate. Scientists say this data is also an indicator of climate change. Elizabeth Lee has the details.

    Jason-3 Satellite Continues Collecting Data On Sea Level Rise

    Published January 31, 2016

    Scientists from the U.S. and Europe are focusing their attention on the latest satellite launched to collect data on rising global sea levels. The Jason-3 satellite is extending a mission that spans more than two decades. The data collected so far shows sea levels are rising at an accelerating rate. Scientists say this data is also an indicator of climate change. Elizabeth Lee has the details.


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