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Earth Science Division Highlights for week ending July 18, 2007

Airborne Science Office produces Suborbital Science Program report .
Personnel from the Earth Science Division's Airborne Science Office (ASO) wrote and published a report for NASA Science Mission Directorate's Suborbital Science Program entitled "NASA Earth Science Requirements for Suborbital Observations". The report synthesizes information from a variety of sources including interviews, meeting reports, workshops, and science literature to provide a top-level overview of requirements for airborne observations within NASA's Earth Science Division. Matthew Fladeland (ASO Manager) and Susan Schoenung (BAER Institute) authored the report, with assistance from Gailynne Bouret (BAER Institute). (POC: Matt Fladeland, Matthew.M.Fladeland@nasa.gov, 4-3325)

 


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