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1. GPM Ground Validation CARE Satellite Overpass Images GCPEx [gpmopasscgcpex]
The GPM Ground Validation CARE Satellite Overpass Images GCPEx are the satellite overpass images for the GPM Cold-season Precipitation Experiment (GCPEx) which occurred in Ontario, Canada, January ...


2. GPM Ground Validation UND Citation Navigation Data MC3E [gpmnavcitmc3e]
The Cessna Citation II Research aircraft owned and operated by the University of North Dakota (UND) participated in the Midlatitude Continental Convective Clouds Experiment (MC3E) supplying navigation ...


3. IceBridge GPS L0 Raw Satellite Navigation Data [IPUTG0]
The NASA IceBridge GPS L0 Raw Satellite Navigation Data (IPUTG0) data set contains GPS readings, including latitude, longitude, track, ground speed, off distance, Positional Dilution of Precision ...


4. IceBridge L0 Raw Kinematics GPS Time Codes [ITKTC0]
The NASA IceBridge L0 Raw Kinematics GPS Time Codes (ITKTC0) data set contains time codes generated during flights over Antarctica using the TrueTime 705-101 GPS Time Code Generator. The data were ...


5. GPM Ground Validation UND Citation Navigation Data GCPEX [gpmnavcitgcpex]
The Cessna Citation II Research aircraft owned and operated by the University of North Dakota (UND) participated in the GPM Cold-season Precipitation Experiment (GCPEx) supplying navigation data and ...


6. GRIP WB-57 Navigation and Housekeeping Data [gripnavwb57]
The Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment was a NASA Earth science field experiment conducted 5 August – 30 September 2010 to better understand how tropical storms form and ...


7. ACES Timing Data [aces1time]
Based at the Naval Air Facility Key West in Florida, ACES researchers in August 2002 chased down thunderstorms using an uninhabited aerial vehicle (UAV) - allowing them to ...


8. GRIP Global Hawk Navigation and Housekeeping Data [gripnavgh]
The Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment was a NASA Earth science field experiment conducted 5 August – 30 September 2010 to better understand how tropical storms form and ...


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