Ice missions to measure climate change takes off

Telegraph: The 'ice mission', led by British scientists, will show how melting ice could affect weather patterns in the future in the so called "Day After Tomorrow" scenario. The European Space Agency satellite, that cost £122 million to build, took off on a Russian launcher rocket from Kazakhstan and has already sent signals back to Earth. Duncan Wingham, a climate physicist at University College London, was relieved to see the launch after a previous attempt landed in the sea five years ......

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