A preview of three Earth-observing missions being prepared for launch in 2014 and JPL's role in studying our home planet.
Veronica McGregor, JPL News & Social Media Mgr.(@veronicamcg)
Jim Graf, Dep. Dir. Earth Science Directorate, JPL
Stephanie L. Smith, JPL Social Media Specialist (@stephist)
SMAP Narendra Das & Erika Podest
SMAP Research Scientists
"Eyes on the Earth"
Doug Ellison, JPL Visualization Producer (@doug_ellison, @nasa_eyes)
Ernesto Rodriguez, RapidScat Project Scientist
Howard Eisen, RapidScat Project Manager
Oceans, Climate & Jason-3 Josh Willis
JPL Oceanographer & Climate Scientist
OCO-2 Mike Gunson Annmarie Eldering
OCO-2 Project Scientist OCO-2 Dep. Project Scientist
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