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Operation IceBridge Antarctica 2011 Mission Preview

In preparation for Operation IceBridge's Antarctica 2011 campaign, flight crews at NASA Dryden worked to outfit the DC-8 aircraft — NASA's long-haul "workhorse" — with an array of different instruments designed to measure sea ice, ice sheets, and even the bedrock below Antarctic glaciers.


Lori Perkins (NASA/GSFC): Lead Animator
Michael Studinger (UMD): Interviewee
Frank Cutler (NASA/Dryden): Interviewee
Jefferson Beck (USRA): Producer
Michael Studinger (UMD): Scientist
Brian Soukup (Arcata Associates Inc.): Videographer
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