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Temperature space maps
Scientist from the ESA (European space agency) are developing new temperature maps used to survey crops and monitor temperature changes in the land to predict drought conditions and indicate what areas in the crop would need more or less watering. This technology is very innovative and could help farmers yield better crops as well as help predict a low harvest and help prepare farmers for droughts. If more research is put into this we could really advance agriculturally with more precise equipment we could get more and better quality harvests from our crops. I'd also like to see what NASA can do to help the ESA as they are working together to modify the satellite maybe even making these satellites common in many countries. With the controversy with the UK splitting from the EU the UK still intends to aid in developing the LSTM.

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