Monthly Archives: October 2013

Cold calling……..

Picture the scene, we are finally generating filter samples for Kelly to work her magic upon and probe them for ice nucleation efficiencies. BUT! we don’t have the necessary solvents to prepare the cold stage. So we get online and … Continue reading

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Not in Texas anymore……

This blog has suffered in attention deficit along with a number of other things during the first couple of weeks. The schedule is pretty hectic with all the usual fieldwork usual frenetic running instruments, tracking data, making ongoing modifications and … Continue reading

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Farewell to Florida

I have spent a great many hours watch the world go by at low level and I am often transported back to my schooldays sitting in Alan Leedham’s geography lessons. For this trip the ones that immediately spring to mind … Continue reading

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Chocks away for the Cloud Lab: Installation and test flight in the bag.

It is going to be quite difficult to avoid this sounding like Big Brother, a number of people have used the phrase “day xxx in the Cloud Lab”…….  Overall the simplest way to describe how our journey will progress it’s … Continue reading

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