4 January 1995 Stratospheric composition from balloon-based measurements
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The chemical composition of the lower stratosphere has been measured using a polarizing interferometer operating in the far infrared and submillimetric spectral region. The instrument was flown three times (in 1992, 1993 and 1994) from the NSBF balloon base (Fort Sumner, New Mexico) in coincidence with overpasses of the UARS satellite, for a total of about 50 hours of measurements. In this paper we report some of the results obtained from the data analysis made up to now.
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Francesco Mencaraglia, Francesco Mencaraglia, Bruno Carli, Bruno Carli, Alberto Bonetti, Alberto Bonetti, Paola Ciarpallini, Paola Ciarpallini, Massimo Carlotti, Massimo Carlotti, Gianmarco Lepri, Gianmarco Lepri, Federica Alboni, Federica Alboni, Ugo Cortesi, Ugo Cortesi, Marco Ridolfi, Marco Ridolfi, } "Stratospheric composition from balloon-based measurements", Proc. SPIE 2311, Atmospheric Sensing and Modelling, (4 January 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.198582; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.198582

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