NASA satellites show rain like never before

Climate Central: Few things on our planet connect us like precipitation. The storm that drops snow in the mountains of Tennessee can one day bring rain to the plains of Spain a week later. Yet there hasn't been a way to effectively monitor all the precipitation across the globe at once, let alone create a vertical profile from the clouds to the ground. All that changed last year, though, when NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency launched the last piece of the Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) mission,......

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