David Huber

MA Atmospheric Science 2011
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I'm now working as a scientific programmer at NASA's Langley Research Center. I am working on the development of processing code for the SAGE-III instrumenty set to launch in 2014 and board the International Space Station. the instrument will measure atmospheric constituents in the stratosphere and mesosphere, including ozone.


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