Extreme weather preparedness and response touches lives throughout the U.S. Improving satellite imaging, cross-agency communication, and data processing tools will drive new capabilities in weather forecasting that will save lives, protect critical infrastructure and economic centers, and spur U.S. leadership in a critical scientific field.
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