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Doppler Radar Rainfall from Jul 19 -Aug 3, 2022

Forecasting Extreme Flood Events

August 26, 2022 Modeling and Simulation, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

Severe flooding in late July led Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear to declare a state of emergency early on July 28, 2022

Eddie Winstead operating multiple instruments from the left operator's seat on the Falcon

SSAI Participation in the 5-year Study of ACTIVATE

August 12, 2022 Data Analytics, Instrument Engineering, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

The NASA EVS-3 field mission ACTIVATE (Aerosol Cloud meteorology Interactions oVer the western ATlantic Experiment) just recently completed three

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SSAI’s Craig Pelisiser wins AIST grant for TERRAHydro proposal, applying Machine Learning to Earth Science models

June 02, 2022 AI/Machine Learning, Technical Highlight

Congratulations to SSAI's Dr. Craig Pelissier and the winning team he assembled as Principal Investigator for his recently-selected TERRAHydro proposal for NASA's Advanced Information Systems Technology (AIST-21) Program!

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SSAI-led Landsat Communications Team Wins Communicator Award for Camp Landsat

May 17, 2022 Education and Outreach, Technical Highlight

Congratulations to the Landsat Communications Team on their receipt of a Communicator Award of Distinction for their 2021 Camp Landsat website!

NASA WB-57F high-altitude research aircraft.

Upper-troposphere, lower-stratosphere aerosol package successfully flight-tested for high-altitude airborne science

May 03, 2022 Instrument Engineering, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

NASA, SSAI, and the University of Denver have developed and flight-tested the instrument package Particles in the Upper Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere (PUTLS), which characterizes the microphysical properties atmospheric aerosol from the NASA high-altitude aircraft.

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SSAI’s Colin Seftor uses Aerosol Index data to study impact of Saharan Dust Storms this Spring

April 26, 2022 Modeling and Simulation, Science Research & Development, Technical Highlight

Saharan dust covered many parts of Europe throughout March 2022. SSAI’s Colin Seftor, an expert in the use of a satellite data product known as the Aerosol Index (AI), was on hand to help better understand how this unique type of weather event called a Dust-Infused Baroclinic Storm (DIBS) is formed and why it occurs.

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