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GPS Multistatic and Occultation Instrument (GISMOS)


Measurements of water vapor distribution in the troposphere, ocean surface roughness, and soil moisture.


HIAPER Airborne Radiation Package (HARP)


Spectrally resolved actinic flux measurements and spectroradiometric irradiance measurements. High Spectral Resolution Lidar (HSRL)


Calibrated vertical cross sections of cloud and aerosol optical depth, backscatter cross section, and depolarization.


Microwave Temperature Profiler (MTP)


Measurements of brightness temperature at three frequencies between 55.5 and 58.8 gigahertz are used to retrieve a temperature profile above and below the aircraft’s flight altitude.


Quantum Cascade Laser Spectrometer (QCLS) Concentration data versus time for carbon dioxide, methane, carbon monoxide (nitrous oxide optional).


Small Ice Detector, Version 2 (SID-2H)


A particle light-scattering instrument for measuring size distributions of particles in the 1 to 70 µm size range and for discriminating between ice crystals and supercooled water droplets in mixed-phase clouds.


Trace Organic Gas Analyzer (TOGA) In-situ measurements of oxygenated volatile organic compounds, non-methane hydrocarbons, and halocarbons.


Time-of-Flight Aerosol Mass Spectrometer (ToF-AMS)


Measurements of total PM1 mass concentrations for nonrefractory (NR) species, size-resolved PM1 composition for NR species, single particle composition, light-scattering signal intensity for particles above 250 nanometers correlated with mass spectral signal, and surrogate nonsphericity.


Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser Hygrometer (VCSEL)


Measurements of water vapor concentration at a rate of 25 samples per second over the entire range of the troposphere and lower stratosphere.


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