Volume §2 Number I American Meteorological Society C W Image s a f 10 0 |i m Data Collected on 1 June 1 99 9 over the Facility for Atmospheric Remote Sensing in Utah The TRW/Raytheon team has been building, maintaining, upgrading The nation's next-generation weather satellite system has a long and inserting new technologies into durable satellite systems of life expectancy. NPOESS (National Polar-orbiting Operational national import for four decades. Long-lived systems benefit from a Environmental Satellite System) wil l serve civil and military needs stable technical base instilled with evolutionary vision. for tw o decades or more. Users wil l depend on a steady supply of data, incremental upgrades and the long-term support of the The TRW/Raytheon Team: NPOESS contractor team. Space Systems for the Long Run MM^WW ©200 1 TRW Inc. www.trw.co m Raytheon ISO 9001 registered Atmospheric Flux Measurements An integrated measurement system for CO2, water vapor, and heat fluxes System Features Sensors , datalogger, and software integrated into a powerful , research-grad e system Comput e fluxes online or archive measurements fo r later analysis Synchronize d wind, C0 , and H 0 measurements 2 2 Self-diagnostic s assure measuremen t integrity Aerodynami c
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 2001
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