NASA launches device to monitor air pollution from space

NASA has launched a new device that can track air pollution over North America from space.

The device is called the Tropospheric Emissions Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) instrument.

The TEMPO instrument is capable of measuring air pollution across North America down to the neighborhood level.

This is a significant development in the fight against air pollution.

The mission isn't just for research, according to NASA. It is about "improving life on Earth for all."

The launch of the TEMPO instrument marks an important step towards a better understanding of the impact of air pollution on our planet.

The TEMPO instrument will help researchers and policymakers identify areas with high levels of air pollution and take steps to reduce it.

This will help protect the health of people living in these areas.

The device will also help scientists study the long-term effects of air pollution on climate change.

This will help them understand the impact of human activities on the planet and make informed decisions about how to mitigate these effects.