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About the Science
- A thorough description of aerosols and their effect on climate.
- Types of aerosols and natural and anthropogenic sources of aerosols are discussed.
- The Glory satellite was launched on March 4, 2011 and failed to reach orbit.
- Title of video does not give good indication of what the video is about.
- Comment from expert scientist: The video, Hello Crud, portrays the current level of complexity and lack of knowledge in the climate effects of natural and anthropogenic aerosols as motivation for the Glory mission in which the APS will be deployed to probe aerosol global distributions.
- The clip is well made and the interviewee is a well respected scientist in the atmospheric aerosol field.
Technical Details/Ease of Use
- NASA video with good graphics and quality video.
- Lots of good information about aerosols and their role in climate.
Related URLs These related sites were noted by our reviewers but have not been reviewed by CLEANGlory satellite was launched March 4, 2011 and failed to reach orbit (http://glory.gsfc.nasa.gov/).
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