Clouds and Atmospheric Modeling

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Clouds and Atmospheric Modeling

Post #1by scalbers » 28.12.2016, 17:21

Greetings,

I'd like to share a few links to help discuss clouds and atmospheric modeling, both from within and above the Earth's atmosphere. Land surface is included too. Real 3-D cloud data are used when possible.

http://laps.noaa.gov/allsky/allsky.cgi (sky views from the ground)

http://laps.noaa.gov/allsky/launch/launch_40km_mar252045_500m/anim_cyl.gif (launch through the atmosphere)

http://stevealbers.net/albers/allsky/outerspace.html (views from space and comparisons with DSCOVR)

http://stevealbers.net/albers/allsky/eclipse.html (solar eclipse)
http://stevealbers.net

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Post #2by john71 » 28.12.2016, 18:27

These are very interesting topics, I started a related one earlier...http://celestiaproject.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=17571&p=135452#p135452

I don't know how to build these features into the software, I'm not a programmer...


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