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A delegation from NASA-JPL, ASI and TAS-I, visited SITAEL headquarters


A delegation from NASA-JPL, ASI and TAS-I, visited SITAEL headquarters in Mola di Bari.

The MAIA mission (“Multi-Angle Imager for Aerosols”) – based on the NASA instrument and on the ASI’s PLATiNO satellite platform, designed and built by a consortium of entirely Italian companies led by SITAEL – will study the effects of different types of particle pollution on human health.

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