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Our World: Sunsets and Atmosphere

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How is NASA using SAGE III to help us learn about the air we breathe? See how the colors of sunsets tell us about the particles in the air. Find out how putting an instrument on the International Space Station will allow NASA to make repeated measurements over time to help us take better care of our atmosphere.

Published on: May 20, 2013

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