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NOAA Research News: NOAA, NASA team up again to investigate the atmosphere over Antarctica 17 October 2017

NASA News: Global Airborne Mission to Make Ozone Hole Detour 29 September 2017

The Denver Post: A CAT scan for the Earth: CU, NOAA scientists are looping around the globe in a NASA airliner to measure greenhouse pollutants 28 September 2017

NPR News: Scientists Use Flying Laboratory To Track Greenhouse Gases 20 February 2017

Alaska Dispatch News: NASA research flight around the world pauses in Anchorage 1 February 2017


Blog led by Christina Williamson, NOAA / CIRES: Christina Williamson, an atmospheric scientist specialising in understanding aerosols and clouds

NASA ATom in the field blog led by Chelsea Thompson, NOAA / CIRES: Around the World in 26 Days during ATom-1 Summer

DC-8 fuselageChelsea NOyO3

Photos: Bill Roth, Alaska Dispatch News (ADN)

NASA DC-8 fuselage; CSD's NOyO3 instrument inlet in foreground (left) and Chelsea Thompson with the NOyO3 instrument (right) during a stop in Anchorage, Alaska on the ATom-2 mission in Winter, studying greenhouse gases and other atmospheric gases and airborne particles over the oceans from the North Pole to New Zealand, across the Pacific to the tip of South America, and north to the Arctic.