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Atmospheric Physics Branch

High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy Group



The High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy Group conducts basic experimental and theoretical research into the absorption of radiation by gases for the purpose of determining the molecular spectroscopic parameters needed for the design and interpretation of NASA's field measurement programs related to the environment of the earth's and other planetary and stellar atmospheres.

Research Projects

[Button 1]Corrections and Additions for the HITRAN Water Vapor Spectrscopic Database


[Button 2]Quantitative Molecular Infrared Spectroscopy of Minor Constituents of Planetary Atmospheres


[Button 3]Corrections and Additions for the HITRAN Water Vapor Spectrscopic Database


[Button 4]Quantitative Molecular Infrared Spectroscopy of Minor Constituents of Planetary Atmospheres



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Last Modified: July-2001