Observing Atmospheric Gravity Waves from Space
Matthew Horsley | 20-ERD-007
We are developing an optical sensor to remotely sense atmospheric properties with high resolution at much higher altitudes than currently possible. This sensor is planned for delivery to the International Space Station and is also suitable for low-cost missions on nanosatellites, further contributing to improved observations in support of national defense and science goals.
Publications, Presentations, and Patents
Horsley, Matthew. 2020. “Observing The Earth’s Middle Atmosphere From Space.” Oral Presentation, DARPA AtmoSense Proposers Day, Arlington, Virgina. February 14, 2020.
Horsley, Matthew, Cameron-smith, Phillip. “Project Monumental,” Arlington, Virgina, DARPA, 2020.
Horsley, Matthew. 2020. “Stellar Occultation Hypertemporal Imaging Payload (SOHIP).” Oral Presentation, Space Test Platform-Houston 9 Kickoff – SOHIP Science, Livermore, CA, March 3, 2020.
Horsley, Matthew. 2020. “Stellar Occultation Hypertemporal Imaging Payload.” Oral Presentation, FY2021 Air Force Space Experiment Review Board (SERB), Alexandria, VBA, August 11, 2020.
Horsley, Matthew. 2020. “Stellar Occultation Hypertemporal Imaging Payload.” Oral Presentation, FY2021 DOD Space Experiment Review Board (SERB), Alexandria, VBA, November 17, 2020.
McGuffin, Dana. 2021. “Observing Atmospheric Refraction with Stellar Occultation: Case Study with data from Tyvak-0172.” Technical Report. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. 2021. LLNL-TR-826936.
Horsley, Matthew. 2021. “Observing Atmospheric Gravity Waves from Space: LDRD Continuing ER Review.” Oral Presentation, LDRD Continuing Review. Livermore, CA. March 2021. LLNL-PRES-822769.
Horsley, Matthew. 2021. “Nanosat-based Stellar Occultation.” Oral Presentation, TriValley Stargazer’s July Meeting. Livermore, CA. July 2021. LLNL-PRES-812558.