NASA releases first images from pollution-monitoring instrument in space

The images were taken by TEMPO, the first space-based instrument designed to continuously measure air quality above North America with the resolution of a few square miles. (Courtesy: Kel Elkins, Trent Schindler, and Cindy Starr / NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio)

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