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CloudSat Principal Investigator Graeme Stephens Webcast Questions and Answers
 
Graeme Stephens in front of antenna dishes Graeme Stephens
CloudSat Principal Investigator
Colorado State University/ Jet Propulsion Laboratory




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Question and Answers with CALIPSO Principal Investigator David Winker can be found in the CALIPSO mission site.
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Pawan from Sharjah:
Taking into consideration that our weather is changing, how are clouds affected by it or affecting it? And how will they be affected in the future if our climate gets worst or changes in any other way?
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Kimberly from Hendersonville and Matthew from Richardson:
How does CloudSat see inside clouds and through the layers of clouds?
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Alan from California:
Can CloudSat help us better understand and manage our fresh water resources?
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John from New York:
Will CALIPSO/CloudSat be able to track or predict a category 5 or any type of hurricane?
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Junichi from Niihama-city:
What is the advantage of examining clouds vertically, comparing to examining clouds from a bird's-eye view?
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