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MISR Active Aerosol Plume-Height (AAP) Project Focuses on California Wildfire Properties

08.31.2020
On August 20, 2020, multiple wildfires were burning across California. Laboratory scientists on the Multi-Angle Imaging Spectro-radiometer (MISR) Active Aerosol Plume-Height (AAP) Project used remote sensing techniques to map the smoke plume and aerosol transport from the Milepost 21 Fire on August 15, 2020.

HARP Wins AIAA Award

08.14.2020
The Hyper-Angular Rainbow Polarimeter (HARP) CubeSat has won the “Small Satellite Mission of the Year” American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) award. The award is presented annually by the AIAA to the mission that has demonstrated a significant improvement in the capability of small satellites. The PI is Vanderlei Martins (613/UMBC)

Tan Selected for AMS Editor's Award

07.31.2020
The Council of the American Meteorological Society voted to award Jackson Tan (613/USRA) an Editor’s Award for his reviews in the Journal of Hydrometeorology. The citation reads “For insightful and timely reviews of numerous manuscripts in the field of precipitation remote sensing.”
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