CAFS and TOGA fly with ATom campaign

NASA's Atmospheric Tomography Mission (ATom) studies the impact of human-produced air pollution on greenhouse gases and on chemically reactive gases in the atmosphere. Two specialized instruments designed and built by ACOM scientists are measuring gases on the DC-8 aircraft with the ATom field campaign:

 

ATom-4 will conduct flight operations from Palmdale, California during April and May 2018.

Image: 
CAFS and TOGA instruments
Short title: 
ACOM instruments on NASA's Atmospheric Tomography Mission
Source: 
ACOM
Audience: 
ACOM EOL

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