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Solar Robot to Predict Climate Changes
20.09.2010 17:50
Solar Robot to Predict Climate Changes

A solar robot and a weather station, installed by Russian scientists in the Barents Sea, will automatically broadcast meteorological data and predict climate changes.
      New equipment was brought to the Barents Sea by Mikhail Somov, the ship, carrying flags of Russian Geographic Society, Russian Hydrometeorological Service (RosHydroMet) and Northern Federal University.
      The actinometric robot automatically finds the Sun by means of special sensors, measures solar and thermal energy, both coming from the Sun and reflecting form the Earth. Then the robot processes collected information and sends it to a data centre.
      This information helps researchers observe and predict the greenhouse effect.
      Source: Science News


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