Atmospheric Chemistry Research Program, Space and Earth Science Programs Directorate, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA
Data Center Description
The prime focus of NASA's Atmospheric Chemistry Program is improving our understanding of the chemistry and processes affecting atmospheric ozone, especially the stratospheric ozone layer. Instruments are flown on high-altitude balloons, high-altitude aircraft, and spacecraft, while research and analysis are carried out in laboratories and by computer modelling. Click here for a longer summary of the program, and here for a graphic of the different elements of the program.