Susan Schoenung

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  • Timothy H Cox, Nasa Dfrc, David J Fratello, Zel, Technologies Llc, Christopher J Nagy +7 others
  • 2006
Acknowledgements The authors are grateful for and would like to acknowledge the efforts of the following personnel who contributed to this document with editing support or workshop support. Executive Summary This three-volume document, based on the draft document located on the website given on page 6, presents the findings of a NASA-led capabilities(More)
During the summer of 2002, two airborne missions were flown as part of a NASA Earth Science Enterprise program to demonstrate the use of uninhabited aerial vehicles (UAVs) to perform earth science. One mission, the Altus Cumulus Electrification Study (ACES), successfully measured lightning storms in the vicinity of Key West, Florida, during storm season(More)
NASA's Airborne Science Program (ASP) maintains a fleet of manned and unmanned aircraft for Earth Science measurements and observations. The unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) range in size from very large (Global Hawks) to medium (SIERRA, Viking) and relatively small (DragonEye). UAS fly from very low (boundary layer) to very high altitude (stratosphere).(More)
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