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Title: The Atmospheric Trace Molecule Spectroscopy (ATMOS) Experiment: Deployment on the ATLAS Space Shuttle Missions
Authors: Gunson, M. R.
Abbas, M. M.
Abrams, M. C.
Allen, M.
Brown, L. R.
Brown, T. L.
Chang, A. Y.
Goldman, A.
Irion, F. W.
Lowes, L. L.
Mahieu, E.
Manney, G. L.
Michelsen, H. A.
Newchurch, M. J.
Rinsland, C. P.
Salawitch, R. J.
Stiller, G. P.
Toon, G. C.
Yung, Y. L.
Zander, R.
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: The ATMOS Fourier transform spectrometer was flown for a fourth time on the Space Shuttle as part of the ATLAS-3 instrument payload in November 1994. More than 190 sunrise and sunset occultation events provided measurements of more than 30 atmospheric trace gases at latitudes 3-49N and 65-72S, including observations both inside and outside the Antarctic polar vortex.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/25489
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