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Title: Active Tropospheric Ozone and Moisture Sounder (ATOMS): Trade Study Final Report
Authors: Yunck, T.
Kursinski, E.
Hajj, G.
Herman, B.
Issue Date: Feb-1999
Citation: URL: http://ntpio.nasa.gov/esto.html
U.S.A.
Abstract: The success of the GPS atmospheric occultation technique, first performed on the GPS/MET flight experiment aboard NASA's MicroLab-1 spacecraft, has established the potential of active radio occultation sounding.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/17107
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