HAO Colloquium - Fazlul Laskar, CU/LASP

Improving Thermosphere-Ionosphere in WACCMX by Assimilating GOLD Disk Temperature
Understanding of the temperature and number density variability of the thermosphere-ionosphere (TI) system is essential for satellite drag forecasting and for reliable space

NASA Features Research by HAO Scientist Xuguang Cai

Satellite with spectrograph instrumentation hovering over the earth

Since 2017, HAO has provided scientific support and analysis for NASA's Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD).

Deepak Karan

Deepak Karan is a visiting postdoc at HAO/NCAR. He pursued his Ph.D. work at Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India and received a degree in Physics from Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar, India.

Saurav Aryal

Saurav Aryal is a visiting postdoc at HAO/NCAR. He received his PhD in Physics and Applied Physics from University of Massachusetts Lowell. He is currently a research associate at CU/LASP and a member of the NASA/GOLD team.

Quan Gan

Quan Gan received his PhD in space physics from Wuhan University. His research interests include, but are not limited to, the short-term variability in the ionosphere-thermosphere system driven by forcing from the sun, and the M-I coupling and waves from the lower atmosphere.

GOLD Mission Launched into Orbit

SES-14 communications satellite

The NASA Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) mission was launched into orbit on January 25, 2018 as a commercially hosted payload on the SES-14 communications satellite. There were anxious moments following lift-off when mission control lost contact with the satellite.

Rosa Wallace receives the 2017 Chambliss Medal

Rosa Wallace

Rosa Wallace received the 2017 Chambliss Astronomy Achievement Student Award, which recognizes exemplary research by undergraduate and graduate students who present posters at meetings of the American Astronomical Society (AAS).

Keeping an Eye on Space Weather

Delores Knipp and Geomagnetic Storms

In The Conversation newsletter, scientists Delores Knipp and Brett Carter explore the significance of severe geomagnetic storm events and their impact on communications technology through descriptive historical accounts.

HAO Colloquium Series Presents Dave Fritts, GATS

The Deep-Propagating Gravity Wave Experiment (DEEPWAVE): Program design, measurements, and first results

(Dave Fritts and many DEEPWAVE colleagues)


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