What does NASA’s AIM satellite do?



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    NASA’s AIM satellite, an acronym for aeronomy of ice in the mesosphere, is studying polar mesospheric clouds or PMCs.  These PMCs occur in Earth’s atmosphere roughly 50 miles above the surface.  The mission of the AIM satellite is to collect data from these clouds to determine how they are formed.

    Here is a picture of some NASA workers working on the satellite:

    Hope this helps!

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