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ASIA-AQ 02/26/24 Mission Daily Schedule

ASIA-AQ Plan of the Day
 
Monday, February 26, 2024 (all times are KST)
 
Shuttle Schedule
0630 - 0830 continuous loop shuttle from Turumi to Hangar 1187
1930 - 2000 continuous loop shuttle from Hangar 1187 to Turumi
 
Meetings

ASIA-AQ 02/24/24 Mission Daily Schedule

ASIA-AQ Plan of the Day
 
Saturday, February 24, 2024 (all times are KST)
 
Shuttle Schedule
0730 - 0830 continuous loop shuttle from Turumi to Hangar 1187
1730 - 1830 continuous loop shuttle from Hangar 1187 to Turumi
 
Meetings

NSF NCAR Scientists Participate in Mission to Measure Air Quality over Asia

UCAR News - Scientists from the U.S. National Science Foundation National Center for Atmospheric Research (NSF NCAR) have begun a four-country deployment focused on obtaining airborne observations of air quality over some of Asia’s largest cities. 

ASIA-AQ 02/23/24 Mission Daily Schedule

ASIA-AQ Plan of the Day
 
Friday, February 23, 2024 (all times are KST)
 
Shuttle Schedule
0630 - 0830 continuous loop shuttle from Turumi to Hangar 1187
1930 - 2000 continuous loop shuttle from Hangar 1187 to Turumi
 
Meetings

ASIA-AQ 02/22/24 Mission Daily Schedule

ASIA-AQ Plan of the Day
 
Thursday, February 22, 2024 (all times are KST)
 
Shuttle Schedule
0730 - 0830 continuous loop shuttle from Turumi to the hangar
1600 - 1630 continuous loop shuttle from Turumi to the hangar
1730 - 1830 continuous loop shuttle from the hangar to Turumi
 
Meetings

NASA and South Korea Launch Joint Air Quality Study in Asia

National News Bureau of Thailand - BANGKOK (NNT) - South Korea's National Institute of Environmental Research (NIER) and NASA have launched a joint air quality study across Asia, including Thailand, to investigate the sources of winter air pollution. Announced by the South Korean Ministry of Environment, the research began in South Korea and will extend through Malaysia and Thailand, concluding on March 25.

An Intensive Research Campaign to Uncover the Causes of Air Pollution in Asia

Gulf Daily News - Seoul - South Korea and the United States are carrying out an intensive research campaign to uncover the causes of air pollution in Asia during the winter, as part of the efforts to deal with air quality challenges.
The project "Asian Air Quality Study - Asia-AQ" (ASIA-AQ), jointly conducted by the Korea National Institute for Environmental Research and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), aims to collect detailed data on air quality in several locations in Asia, using aircraft, satellites and ground research sites.

NASA Collaborates in International Air Quality Study - This Week at NASA

SciTechDaily - The Airborne and Satellite Investigation of Asian Air Quality, or ASIA-AQ mission is a collaboration between NASA and Korea’s National Institute of Environmental Research.

The mission will use aircraft – including NASA’s DC-8 and G-III aircraft, satellites, and ground-based instruments to study the air quality in Asia as part of a global effort to better understand the air
we breathe.

UP Atmospheric Scientist Monitors Air Quality Aboard NASA 817

The Manilla Times - DR. Gerry Bagtasa of the University of the Philippines Diliman College of Science -Institute of Environmental Science and Meteorology (UPD-CS IESM) took flight with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) on Feb. 11, 2024, as part of an air pollution measurement campaign called ASIA-AQ (Airborne and Satellite Investigation of Asian Air Quality).

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