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A State‐of‐the‐Art Experimental Laboratory - Charles M. Fremaux and Dennis M. Bushnell

A State‐of‐the‐Art Experimental Laboratory - Charles M. Fremaux and Dennis M. Bushnell

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A recent publication by Charles M. Fremaux and Dennis M. Bushnell
A recent publication by Charles M. Fremaux and Dennis M. Bushnell

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November 2011NASA/TM–2011-217192
A State
of 
the
Art Experimental Laboratoryfor Cloud and Cloud
Aerosol InteractionResearch
 Need for a National Facility to Complement In Situ and RemoteField Measurements for Improved Atmospheric Modeling and Simulation—Background and Discussion
Charles M. Fremaux and Dennis M. Bushnell Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia
 
 
NASA STI Program . . . in Profile
 
Since its founding, NASA has been dedicated tothe advancement of aeronautics and space science.The NASA scientific and technical information (STI)program plays a key part in helping NASA maintainthis important role.The NASA STI program operates under theauspices of the Agency Chief Information Officer. Itcollects, organizes, provides for archiving, anddisseminates NASA’s STI. The NASA STI programprovides access to the NASA Aeronautics and SpaceDatabase and its public interface, the NASA TechnicalReport Server, thus providing one of the largestcollections of aeronautical and space science STI inthe world. Results are published in both non-NASAchannels and by NASA in the NASA STI ReportSeries, which includes the following report types:
 
TECHNICAL PUBLICATION. Reports of completed research or a major significant phaseof research that present the results of NASAprograms and include extensive data ortheoretical analysis. Includes compilations of significant scientific and technical data andinformation deemed to be of continuingreference value. NASA counterpart of peer-reviewed formal professional papers, but havingless stringent limitations on manuscript lengthand extent of graphic presentations.
 
TECHNICAL MEMORANDUM. Scientificand technical findings that are preliminary or of specialized interest, e.g., quick release reports,working papers, and bibliographies that containminimal annotation. Does not contain extensiveanalysis.
 
CONTRACTOR REPORT. Scientific andtechnical findings by NASA-sponsoredcontractors and grantees.
 
CONFERENCE PUBLICATION. Collectedpapers from scientific and technicalconferences, symposia, seminars, or othermeetings sponsored or co-sponsored by NASA.
 
SPECIAL PUBLICATION. Scientific,technical, or historical information from NASAprograms, projects, and missions, oftenconcerned with subjects having substantialpublic interest.
 
TECHNICAL TRANSLATION. English-language translations of foreign scientific andtechnical material pertinent to NASA’s mission.Specialized services also include creating customthesauri, building customized databases, andorganizing and publishing research results.For more information about the NASA STIprogram, see the following:
 
Access the NASA STI program home page at
http://www.sti.nasa.gov
 
 
E-mail your question via the Internet tohelp@sti.nasa.gov 
 
Fax your question to the NASA STI Help Desk at 443-757-5803
 
Phone the NASA STI Help Desk at443-757-5802
 
Write to:NASA STI Help Desk NASA Center for AeroSpace Information7115 Standard DriveHanover, MD 21076-1320
 
 National Aeronautics andSpace AdministrationLangley Research CenterHampton, Virginia 23681-2199
November 2011NASA/TM–2011-217192
A State
of 
the
Art Experimental Laboratoryfor Cloud and Cloud
Aerosol InteractionResearch
 Need for a National Facility to Complement In Situ and RemoteField Measurements for Improved Atmospheric Modeling and Simulation—Background and Discussion
Charles M. Fremaux and Dennis M. Bushnell Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia

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