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High Spectral Resolution Lidar 2

HSRL2 Prefligth operations

T. Cook, HSRL2

High Spectral Resolution Lidar 2

The NASA Langley airborne High Spectral Resolution Lidar 2 (HSRL) is used to characterize clouds and small particles in the atmosphere, called aerosols. From an airborne platform, the HSRL2 scientist team studies aerosol size, composition, distribution and movement.

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Plymouth and Boston MA for FL280

Hyannis MA for FL280 during TCAP 2012

Dale Bowser readies NASA 529 for flight

HSRL 2 Researchers make pre-flight weather call.

Beautiful Cape Cod from FL280

B200 research crew at work

B200 Ground Crew launch aircraft for research flight


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