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Scientists Use Satellite Data to Assist Puerto Rico First Responders – WeatherNation

NASA scientists are using high-tech satellite data to assist first responders in Puerto Rico as the major recovery from Hurricane Maria continues on the commonwealth. Specifically, NASA scientists are using satellite data obtained from the Suomi National Polar-orbiting Partnership (NPP) Satellite to measure the nighttime light across the island to find out where the power … Continued

Source: Scientists Use Satellite Data to Assist Puerto Rico First Responders – WeatherNation

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