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Laboratory for Atmospheres Mission

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The Laboratory for Atmospheres is dedicated to advancing knowledge and understanding of the atmospheres of the Earth and other planets.

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NASA Laboratory for Atmospheres Brochure

The progress of science depends critically on communications. So does the health and vitality of a science organization. This brochure conveys a number of messages, but its main objective is to spread the word about the Laboratory for Atmospheres.

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Monthly Lecture Series

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Witold Krajewski
"A Hydrologic Framework for Studying Scale-Dependent Utility of GPM Rainfall for Flood Forecasting"

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Lab for Atmospheres Staff

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2007 Technical Highlights

2007 Technical Highlights

Our 2007 Technical Highlights provide comprehensive coverage on Code 613's:

  • Staff, Organization, and Facilities
  • Our Research and its Place in NASA's Mission
  • Major Activities
  • Highlights of the Laboratory's Activities in 2007
  • Education and Outreach

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2005 Instrument Systems Report

2005 Instrument Systems Report

Studies of the atmospheres of our solar system's planets - including our own - require a comprehensive set of observations, relying on instruments on spacecraft, aircraft, balloons, and on the surface. These instrument systems perform...

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Nimbus: 1963 - 2004

Small image of the Nimbus satellite

First launched in 1964, the Nimbus satellites carried numerous instruments. Some of those instruments included microwave radiometers, atmospheric sounders, ozone mappers, the Coastal Zone Color Scanner (CZCS), infrared radiometers, etc.

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