We thank our program managers Drs. Ronald Ferek and Steve Ackleson of the Office of Naval Research for support (Award N00014-96-1-0320) leading to the development of this instrument and Vickie Connors of NASA Head quarters for her logistic support (Award NCC-1-416) that enabled us to incorporate it into the P-3B aircraft and TRACE-P mission. We also thank Cameron McNaughton and Vladimir Kapustin for their assistance in this work.
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