Global warming is coming.
According to scientists, the sun is slowly but surely warming up the Earth.
Annual ice losses in Antarctica have increased sixfold, snowfalls and frosts may remain in the past, and the level of the world Ocean threatens to rise by tens of meters.
The process of climate change on the planet cannot be stopped, but it is still possible to take control.
To do this, Russian scientists have come up with a series of new spacecraft for constant monitoring of dangerous areas.
Arctic satellites will observe the melting of ice from high orbits, and Meteor satellites will work in near-Earth orbit.
Yuri Varakin, Vladimir Seryushkin, Sergey Semenov, Alexander Churkin talk about the "All-Seeing Eye" system.
Varakin Yu.E. - geophysicist engineer, head of the situation center of Roshydromet. Serumkin V.L. - Doctor of Geological and Mineralogical Sciences, Senior researcher at the Geological Faculty of Moscow State University. Semenov S.M. - Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Scientific Director of the Institute of Global Climate and Ecology "Roshydromet". Churkin A.L. - Candidate of Technical Sciences, Chief Designer of space systems and complexes of VNIIEM Corporation.