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CAMPAIGN SUMMARY INFORMATION

Campaign Details
Name: The Observing-system Research and Predictability Experiment
Dates: 18 February - 12 March 2003
Location: Pacific Ocean & Hawaiian Islands
Principal Investigators: Dr. Chris Moeller (UWISC)
Additional Sensors: CPL, MVIS, NAST-I, NAST-M, Ozone, RC-10, S-HIS
Objective: The primary ovjective of THORpex is to accelerate improvements
in the prediction of high-impact weather on time scales out to two weeks.

Processing Information
Flights Processed: 17 of 17
Total Flight Tracks:
Total Scanlines:
Level-1B Version: #1
Calibration Type: Final
Calibration Version: THORpex ARC 1.0
Temperature Adjustment: None
Status: Level-1B Data in HDF format is available.

Spectral Information
Spectral Band Configuration
Spectral Response Files

Level-1B Data Distribution
Langley Research Center (LaRC)
Level 1 / Atmosphere Archive and Distribution System (LAADS)
NASA Distributive Active Archive Centers (DAACs)

THORpex Missions
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January 2003
31 Jan 2003
Flight: 03-610
February 2003
06 Feb 2003
Flight: 03-611
11 Feb 2003
Flight: 03-612
19 Feb 2003
Flight: 03-613
21 Feb 2003
Flight: 03-614
22 Feb 2003
Flight: 03-615
24 Feb 2003
Flight: 03-616
26 Feb 2003
Flight: 03-617
01 Mar 2003
Flight: 03-618
03 Mar 2003
Flight: 03-619
10 Mar 2003
Flight: 03-931
11 Mar 2003
Flight: 03-932
12 Mar 2003
Flight: 03-933
13 Mar 2003
Flight: 03-934
14 Mar 2003
Flight: 03-935
April 2003
07 Apr 2003
Flight: 03-622
10 Apr 2003
Flight: 03-625
Related Web Sites
Official THORpex Home Page
CPL Home Page
NAST-I Home Page
NAST-M Home Page
S-HIS Home Page
NASA Airborne Science Program

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Sample Imagery
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Flight: 03-619, Track: #02
Pu'u O'o Vent, Kilauea
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R: 2.15µm
G: 1.64µm
B: 0.55µm