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Measurement of cloud height
Freeman, J.C. Jr. (1965). Measurement of cloud height, in: Ewing, G.C. (Ed.) Oceanography from Space: Proceedings of Conference on the Feasibility of Conducting Oceanographic Explorations from Aircraft, Manned Orbital and Lunar Laboratories, held at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 24-28 August 1964. pp. 301
In: Ewing, G.C. (Ed.) (1965). Oceanography from Space: Proceedings of Conference on the Feasibility of Conducting Oceanographic Explorations from Aircraft, Manned Orbital and Lunar Laboratories, held at Woods Hole, Massachusetts, 24-28 August 1964. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution: Woods Hole. XXI, 469 pp., more

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  • Freeman, J.C. Jr.

Abstract
    A precission camera in space opens up the possibility of measuring cloud heights and cloud motions (perhaps winds) on a synoptic basis over much of the world.As a means of making cloud motion estimates, TIROS telemetry is strained to its utmost.

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