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Planned satellite mission Merlin at “COP 21”
The Lidar department of the DLR Institute of Atmospheric Physics contributes substantially to the German-French satellite mission Merlin (‚Methane Remote Sensing LIDAR Mission‘). At the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference “COP 21” in Paris, Brigitte Zypries, German Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and Federal Government Coordinator of German Aerospace Policy, and Thierry Mandon, French Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research, underlined the role of spaceborne earth observation to document and investigate the climate change.
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