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The nanosatellite SRMSat weighing 10.9 kg is developed by the students and faculty of SRM University attempts to address the problem of Global warming and pollution levels in the atmosphere by monitoring Carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapour (H2O). The satellite uses a grating Spectrometer, which will observe absorption spectrum over a range of 900nm -1700nm infrared range.

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