On the JPL Blog: Good and Bad Ozone

artist concept of Aura spacecraft The Tropospheric Emission Spectrometer flies aboard NASA's Aura spacecraft. Image credit: NASA
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April 23, 2009

There's good and bad ozone, explains JPL's Chris Boxe, and an instrument aboard NASA's Aura spacecraft is helping improve scientists' understanding of this important component in Earth's atmosphere.

To read the blog and post comments, go to http://blogs.jpl.nasa.gov/?p=43 .

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