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NASA’s Remotely-sensed Precipitation

Kirschbaum, D., G. Huffman, G. S. Jackson, S. Braun, E. Stocker, K. Garrett, E. Jones, R. Adler, H. Wu, A. McNally, and B. Zaitchik (2016), NASA’s Remotely-sensed Precipitation, A Reservoir for Applications Users. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 1169-1184, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00296.1.

Administration (NASA) had over two dozen satellites and instruments in orbit around Earth that are continually taking the pulse of our planet. NASA supports and enables a diverse range of applications

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Global Precipitation Measurement