2020-2021 Science Planning Summaries
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USAP Program Index

Astrophysics and Geospace Sciences

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Bristow, William A-369-M/S Antarctic and Conjugate Research Using SuperDARN
Bristow, William A-369-M/S Antarctic and conjugate research using SuperDARN
Carlstrom, John A-379-S Cosmological research with the 10-meter South Pole Telescope
Chu, Xinzhao A-123-M Simultaneous Na Doppler and Fe Boltzmann LiDAR observations and modeling of the middle and upper atmosphere at McMurdo, Antarctica
Conde, Mark A-343-M/S High-resolution mapping of thermospheric wind and temperature fields near the equatorward edge of the Antarctic polar cap
Gerrard, Andrew A-111-M/P/S The next generation of Geospace research facilities at South Pole and McMurdo Stations
Halzen, Francis A-333-S Management and operations of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory 2016-2021
Hanson, Kael A-334-M/S IceCube Gen2 Phase 1; an IceCube extension for precision neutrino physics and astrophysics
Kovac, John A-149-S Imaging the beginning of time from the South Pole: The next stage of the BICEP program
LaBelle, James A-128-S Earth’s Electromagnetic Environment: Advancing Recent Discoveries in Auroral Plasma Radio Emission Research
Palo, Scott A-284-M Lower thermospheric science using new meteor radar at McMurdo Station
Seunarine, Surujhdeo A-118-S Element Composition of High-Energy Solar Particles
Taylor, Michael A-119-M/P/S Investigating wave-driven Mesospheric dynamics over South Pole using an advanced Mesospheric temperature mapper
Taylor, Michael A-119-M/P/S Investigating Wave-Driven Mesospheric Dynamics over South Pole Using an Advanced Mesospheric Temperature Mapper
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