Why the NASA-ISRO joint mission, NISAR, is monumental

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Set to launch in early 2024, the space mission will cost a total of $1.5 billion. Its aim is to study natural vegetation patterns and also disturbances to the ecosystem, including earthquakes, volcanos and so on. Suyash Singh, founder of GalaxEye, which makes earth imaging technology for satellites, explains to us in layman terms how this advanced technology will work, and what its far reaching impact on climate change might be