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SSAI Celebrates JPSS-2
JPSS-2 launched November 10, this satellite was developed to help forecasters better predict extreme weather and monitor climate change.
Congratulations to the Ocellus Lidar Team!
Congratulations to the Ocellus Lidar Team for a successful completion of a Preliminary Design Review!
SSAI Participation in the 5-year Study of ACTIVATE
The NASA EVS-3 field mission ACTIVATE (Aerosol Cloud meteorology Interactions oVer the western ATlantic Experiment) just recently completed three
SSAI’s Claire Robinson and Team Study Dropsonde Measurements using Advanced Vertical Atmospheric Profiling System (AVAPS)
Claire Robinson, a Scientific Programmer/Analyst at SSAI and part of the Sonde Measurement of Atmospheric Layers at Langley (SMALL) Group, presented the latest statistics and relevant work utilizing the newly acquired Advanced Vertical Atmospheric Profiling System (AVAPS) Dropsonde system at the recent AVAPS Dropsondes Users Meeting.
Upper-troposphere, lower-stratosphere aerosol package successfully flight-tested for high-altitude airborne science
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.
Expanding the AERONET network, one instrument at a time
SSAI’s David Giles (from NASA’s AERONET program out of Goddard Space Flight Center) recently visited the San Jose campus of the University of Costa Rica and trained members of the Ticosonde project to align and maintain their new AERONET instrument on the roof of the university’s Gas Lab.