Measurements in situ of Nitric Oxide in the Stratosphere between 17.4 and 22.9 km

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A BALLOON-BORNE, nitric oxide sampler was flown on March 16, 1973, from Hollomon Air Force Base, New Mexico, 32° 50.1′ N, 106° 0.7′ W. Measurements were made between 1040 and 1505 local time (1740–2205 UT) over an altitude range between 17.4 and 22.9 km.

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    Ridley, B. A., Welge, K. H., Schiff, H. I., Megill, L. R., and Shaw, A. W., Proc. Second Conf. Climatic Impact Assessment Program, 146 (1972).

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RIDLEY, B., SCHIFF, H., SHAW, A. et al. Measurements in situ of Nitric Oxide in the Stratosphere between 17.4 and 22.9 km. Nature 245, 310–311 (1973). https://doi.org/10.1038/245310a0

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