Preliminary Results from ICE-T. Paul Lawson. Summary of Learjet ICE-T Missions Lear flew a total of 12 ICE-T Missions. 10 of the 12 Learjet Missions were in Conjunction with the C-130 and one (30 July) was a Coordinated Formation Flight.
– 10 C to – 20 C.
2D Images do Not have Sufficient Fidelity
Water Drops from Ice Particles in ICE-T Clouds
2D-S Images in Decaying Turret Appear to be All Ice (Rice Probe Indicates no SLWC)
Another Example of 2D-S Images in the Middle of the Decaying Turret
and Derived Quantities
Water and Ice
in situ Measurements with Remote Observations
* The 3V-CPI was made available courtesy of the US Navy Center for Interdisciplinary Remotely Piloted Aircraft Studies
Automatically categorize water drops and ice crystals for each cloud penetration with working CPI data.
Classify clouds having number concentrations of < 2% ice crystals with a mean size < 50 µm as being those containing first ice.
Evaluate the amount and type of first ice as a function of cloud temperature, updraft speed, aerosols, cloud appearance, etc.
in Cloud at -12 C
on 11 July from 190615 – 190625…
(One Second – about 300 images: 190615.6 – 190616.6 shown below)
…then skip 5 –s