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Other TitleAtmospheric observation flights using the experimental aircraft Beechcraft 65
Author(jpn)稲垣 敏治; 石川 和敏
Author(eng)Inagaki, Toshiharu; Ishikawa, Kazutoshi
Author Affiliation(jpn)宇宙航空研究開発機構 総合技術研究本部 飛行システム技術開発センター; 宇宙航空研究開発機構 総合技術研究本部 飛行システム技術開発センター
Author Affiliation(eng)Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Flight Systems Technology Center, Institute of Aerospace Technology; Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency Flight Systems Technology Center, Institute of Aerospace Technology
Issue Date2007-11-30
PublisherJapan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Publication date2007-11-30
AbstractThe Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has conducted the atmospheric observation flights over the Sagami-Bay for the following purpose using the experimental aircraft Beechcraft 65. (1) Periodic gas sampling in cooperation with the National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES), (2) In-flight evaluation of newly-developed automatic Continuous CO2 Measuring Equipment (CME), (3) Aerosol observation flight for the development of an airborne turbulence detection sensor; LIght Detection And Ranging sensor (LIDAR). In order to conduct research on long-term atmospheric changes in the areas adjacent to large cities, it has been requested that the observation flights be carried out periodically over Sagami-Bay near Tokyo, where there is heavy air traffic. All observation devices are installed in the aircraft in order to maintain observation frequency and reduce long flight times. This paper presents details of the atmospheric observation measuring system, procedure adopted for the observation flight and the typical results.
DescriptionJAXA Research and Development Memorandum
Keywordsatmospheric chemistry; air pollution; airborne equipment; air sampling; aerosol; research aircraft; carbon dioxide; atmospheric turbulence; troposphere; 大気化学; 大気汚染; 航空機搭載装置; 大気サンプリング; エアロゾル; 実験機; 2酸化炭素; 大気乱流場; 対流圏
Document TypeTechnical Report
JAXA Category研究開発資料
Report NoJAXA-RM-07-001

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