NASA says ice clouds could help predict climate change.

Ice clouds are important because they can reflect sunlight back  

into space, which helps to cool the Earth. 

However, ice clouds can also trap heat, which can contribute to global warming. 

Scientists are still learning about how ice clouds will respond to climate change. 

However, they believe that ice clouds could play a significant role in 

determining how the Earth's climate changes in the future. 

NASA is planning to launch a new mission to study ice clouds in more detail.  

The mission, called the Polarized Submillimeter Ice-cloud Radiometer (PolSIR), will launch in 2024.