CEDAR email: CEDAR workshop on Developing small rockets for mesosphere and lower thermosphere
glehmac at g.clemson.edu
Thu May 31 08:30:30 MDT 2018
Dear CEDAR community,
we would like to invite you to participate in the CEDAR workshop on Wednesday 6/27/18, 13:30-15:30,
Developing small rockets for mesosphere and lower thermosphere research (50-120 km) <http://cedarweb.vsp.ucar.edu/wiki/index.php/2018_Workshop:Developing_small_rockets>
This workshop is meant as a brainstorming session to re-imagine/re-invent/re-vitalize rocket science for the upper stratosphere, mesosphere, and lower thermosphere, and ionospheric D and E regions.
We invite experimentalists, modelers, and theorists to present current challenges and how in situ measurements may complement their science. Young scientists who think about proposing rocket experiments or want to learn about the program are much encouraged to attend. The emphasis is on small rockets, but also on multiple subpayloads deployed from larger payloads. What are scientific needs for launch sequences, spatial distribution, apogees, etc. One of the drivers for this workshop is that the Sounding Rocket Working Group wants to gauge community interest to provide planning and R&D guidance for NASA's Sounding Rocket Program Office at Wallops Island.
For more details, please see the workshop description linked above. If you are interested in contributing a short presentation to this session, please send an email with title and few sentences to Gerald Lehmacher (glehmac at clemson.edu <mailto:glehmac at clemson.edu>). I will update these on the workshop web page.
Dr. Gerald Lehmacher
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
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