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Lidar measurements for water vapor vertical profiles up to the stratosphere
Measurements taken from a new lidar observation system could support studies of cloud formation.
Decoding hidden light-field information to see around corners
The complex paths of scattered light that are typically ignored in imaging can be analyzed using time-of-flight imaging systems.
20 July 2016
Geodetic discovery of a new magma body beneath New Zealand
Global positioning satellite and satellite radar interferometry measurements indicate the birth of a magma chamber along the Taupo Volcanic Zone.
13 July 2016
Optical interferometry for GEO satellite imaging: an update
A ground-based optical interferometer successfully detects geostationary satellites from the ground.
16 June 2016
Improved tropical rainfall potential forecasting for mountainous regions
A significantly more accurate model, which has been verified with rainfall measurements from a typhoon in Taiwan, is obtained by considering a topographic effect.
13 June 2016
Detecting chemical threats at safe standoff distances
An eye-safe, mid-IR hyperspectral active standoff detection system provides identification, detection, and confident quantification of chemical mixtures.
18 May 2016
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