Weather data gap now appears certain

ClimateWire: A House-Senate deal to fund the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration includes enough cash to stabilize the nation's struggling environmental satellite program, a top agency official said yesterday. A conference agreement released Monday night includes $924 million for NOAA's Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS), just shy of the Obama administration's fiscal 2012 request, $1.07 billion. NOAA's deputy undersecretary for operations, Mary Glackin, told a Senate committee yesterday that......

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