Data Analysis of the TK-1G Sounding Rocket Installed with a Satellite Navigation System
AbstractThis article gives an in-depth analysis of the experimental data of the TK-1G sounding rocket installed with the satellite navigation system. It turns out that the data acquisition rate of the rocket sonde is high, making the collection of complete trajectory and meteorological data possible. By comparing the rocket sonde measurements with those obtained by virtue of other methods, we find that the rocket sonde can be relatively precise in measuring atmospheric parameters within the scope of 20–60 km above the ground. This establishes the fact that the TK-1G sounding rocket system is effective in detecting near-space atmospheric environment. View Full-Text
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Zhou, L.; Sheng, Z.; Fan, Z.; Liao, Q. Data Analysis of the TK-1G Sounding Rocket Installed with a Satellite Navigation System. Atmosphere 2017, 8, 199.
Zhou L, Sheng Z, Fan Z, Liao Q. Data Analysis of the TK-1G Sounding Rocket Installed with a Satellite Navigation System. Atmosphere. 2017; 8(10):199.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zhou, Lesong; Sheng, Zheng; Fan, Zhiqiang; Liao, Qixiang. 2017. "Data Analysis of the TK-1G Sounding Rocket Installed with a Satellite Navigation System." Atmosphere 8, no. 10: 199.
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