NASA (NASA) uses satellites to monitor carbon dioxide changeThe latest 3D video shows how greenhouse gases enter the earth's atmosphere. In just 1 minutes, you will see a growing concentration of carbon dioxide, the sky and quickly spread throughout the northern hemisphere.
The above video data from NASA's Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 (OCO-2) satellite, the satellite launch in 2014, the main task is to monitor the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide in the designated area. This observation lasted 1 years, from September 2014 to September 2015, and combined with high-resolution weather models to provide an unprecedented 3D visual effects.
Carbon dioxide is mainly produced by burning fossil fuels, is rapidly warming the earth we live. Scientists said that 50% of human emissions of carbon dioxide still stay in the atmosphere, the ocean was absorbed by the 25%, and the land was absorbed by the vegetation by 25%. NASA also says it's trying to figure out exactly how much carbon dioxide the ecosystem has absorbed.