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Sarah Doherty, the manager of the University of Washington's marine cloud brightening program, on the flight deck of the Hornet, a decommissioned aircraft carrier that is now a museum in Alameda, Calif., on April 2, 2024. Brightening clouds is one of several ideas to push solar energy back into space -- sometimes called solar radiation modification, solar geoengineering, or climate intervention. (Ian C. Bates/The New York Times)
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2024-04-02
IAN C. BATES/The New York Times Agency/East News
The New York Times Agency
IAN C. BATES
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34cm x 42cm by 300dpi
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