The only satellite ever built by NASA but not launched is $100 million in climate data gathering sensor capabilities, sitting in a warehouse in Maryland -- for the last 10 years. Read this outstanding Popular Science article by the perservering Bill Donahue: Who Killed The Deep Space Climate Observatory. Instead of repurposing DSCOVR to study space weather, we need it for its original mission: to study the Earth's climate. Help gather more scientific data about our world, sign this petition to launch the satellite designed to do just that.
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