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Coordinated optical and Radar Image Measurements of Noctilucent Clouds and Polar Mesospheric Summer Echoes
Abstract Novel coincident 3-D radar, lidar and optical image measurements of dynamical structures in polar mesosphere summer echoes (PMSE) and noctilucent clouds (NLC) are presented. Common volumeExpand
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PMC Turbo: Studying Gravity Wave and Instability Dynamics in the Summer Mesosphere Using Polar Mesospheric Cloud Imaging and Profiling From a Stratospheric Balloon
The Polar Mesospheric Cloud Turbulence experiment (PMC Turbo) was designed to observe and quantify the dynamics of small-scale gravity waves (GWs) and instabilities leading to turbulence in the upperExpand
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The Design and Integration of an Airborne Imager and Flight Campaign to Study the Time Evolution and Vertical Structures of Polar Mesospheric Clouds
I am submitting herewith a thesis written by Jason David Reimuller entitled “The Design and Integration of an Airborne Imager and Flight Campaign to Study the Time Evolution and Vertical StructuresExpand
Flyby of Io with Repeat Encounters (FIRE): A New Frontiers Mission Designed to Study the Most Volcanic Body in the Solar System
STUDY THE MOST VOLCANIC BODY IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM R. W. K. Potter 1 , M. L. Cable 2 , J. Cumbers 3 , D. M. Gentry 4 , T. N. Harrison 5 , S. Naidu 6 , S. Padovan 6 , C. W. Parker 7 , J. Reimuller 8 ,Expand
PoSSUM: Polar Suborbital Science in the Upper Mesosphere
PMC-Turbo: a balloon-borne Mission to image gravity waves and turbulence in polar mesospheric clouds
PMC-Turbo is a balloon-borne experiment that will fly at an altitude between 35 and 40 km. It is designed to record gravity wave events in polar mesospheric clouds with high spatial and temporalExpand