NASA scientists take to the skies to measure pollution in S. Korea

David Miller and Alexandra Brosius aboard DC8 KORUS 2016

David Miller and Alexandra Brosius of Penn State University discuss readings shown on a computer screen during a May 30, 2016, flight that was part of a six-week joint Korea-U.S. air quality field study in South Korea. The plane has been transformed into a flying laboratory so some three dozen scientists can measure the heavy pollution over the peninsula.  Kim Gamel/Stars and Stripes

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NASA scientists take to the skies to measure pollution in S. Korea

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