TEMPEST-D / RaInCube Sees Typhoon Trami
- Written by:
- Alex Kekesi
- Scientific consulting by:
- Shannon T. Brown
- Produced by:
- Veronica Backer Peral
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TEMPEST-D and RaInCube are part of the next generation of small satellites called cubesats. Together these tiny satellites can generate some big results. This data visualization shows how TEMPEST-D and RainCube satellite data can be used in conjunction with each other to provide both horizontal cross-sections as well as a vertical slice through significant weather events such as Typhoon Trami.
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NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio
- Alex Kekesi (GST) [Lead]
- Greg Shirah (NASA/GSFC)
- Horace Mitchell (NASA/GSFC)
- Shannon T. Brown (JPL) [Lead]
- Veronica Backer Peral (JPL) [Lead]
- Ian Jones (ADNET)
- Laurence Schuler (ADNET)
- Kevin Hussey (NASA/JPL CalTech)
Datasets used in this visualization
CubeSat Precipitation (A.K.A. Ka-band Radar) (Collected with the RainCube sensor)
Observed Data | NASA/JPL
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