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Vertical Cavity Laser Hygrometer for the National Science Foundation Research Jet

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A vertical cavity diode laser hygrometer has been constructed for performing atmospheric measurements on the National Science Foundation research jet. The design of the hygrometer and its flight performance are presented.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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