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KCTS Interview with Gary Lagerloef, Part 5
[26-Jun-13] Dr. Gary Lagerloef discusses the need for new NASA missions in the next 10 years and highlights some up and coming projects, such as: the Orbiting Carbon Observatory (OCO) mission, aiming to collect data on carbon dioxide; a Soil Moisture mission (SMAP) which will measure the amount of freshwater in soils and on land; and a follow-up to the gravity-sensing GRACE mission. Dr. Lagerloef also gives advice for students interested in pursuing careers in satellite remote sensing. Credit: KCTS Public Television.