NORMAN, Oklahoma - NASA Administrator and former Oklahoma congressman Jim Bridenstine revealed a one-of-its kind satellite during a visit Wednesday at the University of Oklahoma.

He visited Norman to unveil OU's new "Geo Carb Project Research Lab."

OU says Geo Carb is the a first-of-its-kind mission which will use an observatory on a satellite to study greenhouse gases over North America.

It's the single largest contract in the university's history, worth $161-million.