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  1. Advanced Tethersonde for High-Speed Flux Measurements

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: S108

    Flux measurements of trace gases and other quantities, such as latent heat, are of great importance in scientific field research. One typical flux measurement setup involves placing measurement equipment (sonic anemometers and associated sensors or samplers) on rigid towers (rigidity being required to provide a stable platform for the sonic anemometers). These towers are relatively immobile, and ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  2. The GlideSonde: A Lifting Body Guided Dropsonde

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: S309

    Dropsondes are one of the primary in-situ measurement tools available to research aircraft and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). Unlike sensors mounted on aircraft, dropsondes allow a vertical profile of the atmosphere to be taken below the aircraft. A guided dropsonde which could glide away from the launch aircraft will allow profiles to be taken away from the aircraft flight path, and would off ...

    SBIR Phase I 2011 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  3. Miniature Air Launched Rawinsonde and Dropsonde (MALRD)

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: AF112194

    ABSTRACT: Accurate, in-situ meteorological data are an essential part of any flight-test program or airborne weapon test. Present methods to gather such data are subject to drawbacks including spatial inaccuracy, asset availability, and simple inefficiency. An in-situ radiosonde system capable of deployment from nearly any military aircraft would solve this problem, by allowing for the spatial ...

    SBIR Phase I 2012 Department of DefenseAir Force
  4. Atmospheric Characterization for Directed Energy Applications

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: MDA12017

    Atmospheric refractive index fluctuations directly impact the propagation of laser beams through the atmosphere. A key parameter of interest to be directly acquired or derived from atmospheric measurements is the refractive index structure parameter CN2. Atmospheric refractive index, and therefore CN2, can theoretically be derived as a function of temperature, humidity, and pressure measurements ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  5. Droplet-Sizing Liquid Water Content Sensor

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: A102

    Icing is a significant aviation hazard, and icing conditions continue to be difficult to precisely forecast or locate in real time. An in-situ sensor, which can be flown coupled with a radiosonde, is needed which can both measure supercooled liquid water content in clouds as well as characterize the droplet sizes. This sensor will support the calibration and validation of remote-sensing methods ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  6. Droplet-Sizing Liquid Water Content Sensor

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: A102

    Icing is one of the most significant hazards to aircraft. A sizing supercooled liquid water content (SSLWC) sonde is being developed to meet a directly related need for in-situ measurements of both total supercooled liquid water content and droplet size distribution. This data will support the development of remote sensing instrumentation to detect icing conditions, support aircraft certificatio ...

    SBIR Phase II 2014 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  7. Mixed-Phase Cloud Characterization Sensor

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: 17a

    Quantitative measurements of water in all phases are important to the modeling and understanding of clouds. In-situ measurements within the clouds are particularly important to obtain, but the in-situ measurement instrumentation has been too large and heavy to deploy on any platforms except manned aircraft, leading to high experiment costs and reduced observation opportunities. A cloud characteriz ...

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  8. High-Capacity, High-Speed, Solid-State Hydrogen Gas Generator

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: Z703

    Deployable aerodynamic decelerators are an enabling technology for missions to planets and moons with atmospheres as well as for returning payloads to Earth. These decelerators require a gas source to inflate them, and the objective is to provide an improvement over existing pressurized cold gas inflation systems. A solid-state hydrogen gas generator is proposed which is based on the thermal ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  9. Low-Cost Mixed-Phase Cloud Characterization Sensor Suite

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: S1

    Radiative transfer properties of clouds play an important role in the energy balance of the Earth. Numerous NASA programs and experiments are directed to measuring these effects. In-situ measurements are critical for supporting satellite-borne instruments. While research aircraft carry the best in-situ instruments, the aircraft and instruments are too expensive to provide sufficient coverage. ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  10. High-Capacity, High-Speed, Solid-State Hydrogen Gas Generator

    SBC: ANASPHERE, INC            Topic: Z7

    Deployable aerodynamic decelerators are an enabling technology for missions to planets and moons with atmospheres as well as for returning payloads to Earth. These decelerators require a gas source for inflation, and the objective is to provide an improvement over existing pressurized gas inflation systems. A hydrogen gas generator suitable for the inflation of Hypersonic Aerodynamic Inflatable D ...

    SBIR Phase II 2018 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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