Friday, May 16, 2014

Pandora spectrometer at FMI's roof


Yesterday I got a rare opportunity to do some "real work" when we went to assembly our new Pandora instrument on top of the FMI roof. My work was mainly to be cool on photograps... Anyway, Pandora is a ground-based spectrometer that observes ozone and NO2 among other things. Maybe I will blog more about these observations in the future, if something interesting happens. Now I just wanted to share some photos...



Me (center) and Niilo (left) being prepared to watch Jari to do the actual work.

Panorama from the FMI's roof.

The Pandora spectrometer is inside that black box.

The Pandora head sensor et al.

Yay, we got a radiance!

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