The Federal Aviation Administration has signed off on a plan to launch a satellite that will track the movement of ground and air pollution, including carbon dioxide emissions.
The launch of the Google Earth weather satellite will begin in mid-October, said NASA Administrator Bill Gerstenmaier.
The weather satellite is designed to provide real-time weather data to the Federal Aviation Agency, which has the authority to regulate air quality.
It will track changes in atmospheric concentrations and temperature with a precision of 5,000 kilometers.
The Google Earth Weather satellite will provide data about air quality in cities and the countrys largest metropolitan areas.
It is also expected to provide data on traffic congestion, road conditions, and traffic congestion forecasts.
The government has a goal of making all airports in the United States a hub for air travel.
The Weather Satellite will be able to detect ozone, particulate matter, and haze from over 100 cities around the world, including San Francisco and New York.
The NOAA-certified satellite will be powered by a Lockheed Martin L-1011 aircraft and weigh a total of 9,200 pounds (4,400 kilograms).NASA is one of the only countries in the world that uses the Google-owned satellite company Google Earth to produce its weather data.
The weather satellite uses the software developed by Google Earth’s research team.NASA has also purchased the Google cloud computing software.
It includes software for weather prediction and other information services.
The satellite company has also developed an app for the iPhone and iPad called Google Cloud, which helps users forecast weather conditions, weather conditions in their area, and to track local air quality data.
The NOAA weather satellite program has been supported by the Department of Defense since 1997.
The program has also received funding from NASA’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy.