Thursday, October 21

Scientists Predicting New Cholera Outbreaks From Space


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Artist impression of a satellite

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Scientists use different satellites to create their models.

Climate change satellites and artificial intelligence systems look at more than just changes in Earth’s natural patterns from space.

And it is that a group of scientists has found in these technologies a new way to predict cholera outbreaks from above.

Researchers hope that it will eventually help save lives in areas severely affected by this epidemic.

“It’s quite impressive because we can take the pulse of the planet,” he says. Paolo Cipollini, of the European Space Agency (ESA).


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