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Question: what especially do you focus on (space, bacteria, rocks etc.)?
Asked by jestemzpolski to Sameed, Jose, Joanna, Heidi, Freya, Chris on 22 Nov 2019.
answered on 22 Nov 2019:
Generally Atmospheric Science. My focus thus far has been on the shape of the Earth in cloud and insect projects with radar and other airborne platforms (weather balloons, atmospheric research aircraft, helikites).
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