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CALIPSO Principal Investigator David Winker Webcast Questions and Answers

CALIPSO Principle Investigator David Winker. David Winker
CALIPSO Principal Investigator
Goddard Space Flight Center




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Question and Answers with CloudSat Principal Investigator Graeme Stephens can be found in the CloudSat mission site.
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Max from Crested Butte:
Might data from this mission lead to a better understanding of pollution, and humans' role in the health of Earth's atmosphere?
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Chris from Virginia:
How can CALIPSO "see" the thin, almost invisible clouds, and why is it important?
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Junichi from Niihama-city:
Could you tell me how aerosols impact the Earth's radiation budget?
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Junichi from Niihama-city:
How high up in the atmosphere do we find aerosols and how long is the lifespan of aerosols?
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Junichi from Niihama-city:
What do the aerosol particles in stratosphere affect Earth's climate changes? What about aerosols in troposphere? Are there any differences in affecting our health and Earth's weather changes?
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Pawan from Sharjah:
Will any of the two satellites provide any data on the ozone layer?
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Junichi from Niihama-city:
What is the advantage of CALIPSO and CloudSat flying in orbital formation as part of the A-train constellation of satellites?
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