Airborne data


EUFAR (EUropean Facility for Airborne Research) is a European project for the integration of airborne research infrastructures dedicated to European scientists specialising in the fields of the environment and Earth sciences. The EUFAR community gathers 1900 members (partners, experts, users, etc.) and the current contract is made up of 24 legal entities including 12 operators. […]


The project IAGOS (In-service Aircraft for a Global Observing System) is an European Research Infrastructure (ESFRI Roadmap 2006) conducting global longterm observations of atmospheric composition (reactives and greenhouse gases, aerosols, cloud particles) on a fleet of commercial aircraft of international operating airlines. IAGOS is an CNRS-INSU Observation Service since 1994 and a CNRS Research Infrastructure […]


The balloon data The French Space Agency (CNES) has been supporting scientific ballooning since its establishment, particularly in atmospheric science measurements, currently launching about 50 balloons a year. Balloon platforms offer excellent opportunities for scientific exploration, particularly for atmospheric observations that look through the atmosphere, and for astrophysical observations from above the atmosphere. To conduct […]