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Aurora Tests Airborne Greenhouse Gas Instrumentation in Preparation for Arctic Mission

June 4, 2013

Aurora Tests Airborne Greenhouse Gas Instrumentation in Preparation for Arctic Mission

MANASSAS, Va., May 28, 2013—Aurora Flight Sciences announced today that it has successfully integrated an advanced greenhouse gas measurement system on its Centaur Aircraft, obtained an FAA airworthiness certification for flight operations, and performed flight tests over the Chesapeake Bay. A team comprised of Harvard University's Anderson Research Group, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration