Radio Occulation Data Capture

Weather scientists generate certain types of weather data by comparing how radio waves from the Global Navigation Satellite System react to the atmosphere, weather and climate. An Air Force Other Transaction Agreement will ask a third-party analyst to study the utility of data generated by GPS signal shifts in the atmosphere, called a radio occulation measurement. (U.S. Air Force graphic)

PHOTO BY: Benjamin Newell
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