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Bristow, William A-369-M/S Antarctic SuperDARN research, operations and system enhancements
Carlstrom, John A-379-S Cosmological research with the 10-meter South Pole Telescope
Chu, Xinzhao A-123-M Collaborative Research: Fe and Na Lidar Investigations of Geospace-Atmosphere Temperature, Composition, Chemistry, and Dynamics at McMurdo, Antarctica
Clem, John A-148-M AESOP-lite: Anti-Electron Sub-Orbital Payload – Low Energy
Conde, Mark A-343-M/S Local-scale drivers and responses of thermospheric weather above Antarctica
Filippini, Jeffrey A-143-M Sub-orbital Polarimeter for Inflation Dust and the Epoch of Reionization (SPIDER)
Franco, Hugo A-145-M NASA Long Duration Balloon (LDB) support program
Halzen, Francis A-333-S Management and operation of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory 2021-2026
Hanson, Kael A-334-M/S IceCube Upgrade: 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 Auroral kilometric radiation, substorms, and related phenomena: Satellite conjunction and conjugate studies at South Pole
Palo, Scott A-284-M Lower thermospheric science using new meteor radar at McMurdo Station
Sample, John A-144-M Balloon Observations Of Microburst Scales (BOOMS)
Seunarine, Surujhdeo A-118-S Collaborative Research: The Simpson Neutron Monitor Network
Taylor, Michael A-119-M/S Continental-scale studies of Mesospheric dynamics using the Antarctic Gravity Wave Instrument Network (ANGWIN)
Zhan, Zhongwen A-137-S Pilot Fiber Seismic Networks at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station
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