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Atmos. Meas. Tech., 10, 1595-1607, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-10-1595-2017
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26 Apr 2017
Overview of and first observations from the TILDAE High-Altitude Balloon Mission
Bennett A. Maruca et al.

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The Turbulence and Intermittency Long-Duration Atmospheric Experiment (TILDAE) was developed to characterize small-scale fluctuations in the troposphere and stratosphere. The mission's key instrument, a customized sonic anemometer, made high-speed calibrated measurements of the 3-D wind velocity and air temperature. TILDAE was incorporated as an "add-on" experiment to the payload of a NASA long-duration balloon mission that launched in January 2016 from McMurdo Station, Antarctica.
The Turbulence and Intermittency Long-Duration Atmospheric Experiment (TILDAE) was developed to...
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