Eye in the sky: How space technology helps tackle climate change

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Deep Bandivadekar

Deep Bandivadekar

Deep Bandivadekar is doctoral student in the Aerospace Centre of Excellence at the University of Strathclyde. Space exploration, emerging technologies, and numerical techniques are his favourite areas, however, he has interests in everything science. He writes his own blog (http://bhingri.in/) on the theme of “Science Travel”. He is an aspiring Science Communicator.

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2 Responses

  1. Prabodh Horambe says:

    Nice! Very informative.

  2. Francis Allen says:

    There is no climate change disaster. Just politicized hysteria over a few degrees warming at most which likely is part of a natural cycle. To think that humans can control or affect climate (or weather, for that matter) is arrogant beyond word.
    Drastic steps insisted upon by climate alarmists like AOC will do nothing other than destroy economies and the world’s constantly improving quality of life.

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