Diary for July 12, 2004
Last Update: July 31, 2004
- Scientific Session continued from 8:00.
- The material used for presentation could be found in the agenda section.
- Photos of all attendants were taken during the coffee break in the morning.
Another photo; better still, but someone is missing. Who is it?
- Ozone and water vapor (CU-CFH) sounding was scheduled to catch the overpass of the satellite AQUA/AIRS.
CU-CFH needs cryogen (as its name stands for) that must be cooled by dry ice several hours prior to the launch.
Holger Voemel is taking the cryogen out from the cooled cylinder to put into the instrument.
- Preparation of the balloon was done by the people in the radiosonde station.
- The assemblance of CU-CFH, ECC ozone sonde, radiosondes RS80 and RS90 has been complete.
The metalic tube is the air inlet for CU-CFH.
- The launch was made at around 1 PM under a little windy condition.
The sonde flew up into the clear sky.
The GOES image looks like this.
- A preliminary plot of the data is here.
- The method of possible publication is discussed.
The general agreement may be:
- We would like to submit a report to the SPARC Newsletter.
Each people will provide a brief summary of the talk when the outline of the report is drawn.
- We will also try to publish our papers in JGR in a special section in the form of Topical Collection that requires 10 or more papers.
The deadline of submission will be around the end of 2004.
If the number does not reach 10, we will ask the publication of our papers in a single volume.
- In addition to the publication of the current results, we would also try to assemble a white paper that outlines our perspective of our research activities.
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