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Far infrared radiation measurements from the TAFTS instrument during EMERALD 2001

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The TAFTS instrument was flown at high altitude in clear and cloudy sky conditions during the EMERALD project. Here we discuss the results including clear sky net flux profiling in the far infrared.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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