Checkout these videos of NASA's ER-2 including a video of the chase car during landing.
Looking to learn more about lidar? Spend a few moments viewing the Lidar 101 video.
Checkout our recent paper in Applied Optics.
CU tri = 2010 national champions.
CU tri is in Texas for Nationals after dominating at Havasu and final preparations.
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science has an interesting exhibit detailing the effects of altitude on dehydration.
CU tri team press.
Recently came across a dramatic video that illustrates the melting issues with Greenland moulins.
A group at CU has developed a real-time Roomba Pac-Man game.
It appears the Boulder Creek Path may get a visit from the Google Trike.
The ULB instrument was recently featured in the 2009 CIRES Annual Report (pg 80). A condensed version is available here.
Wellington wins for the third year in a row at Kona.
From yesterday's Denver Post - "21st century instant replay for racers".
Training solo versus training in a group.
Interesting look back at the first few races at Kona.
The Tweet heard round the world.
Thinking about graduate school? Better consider your finances first.
Lance Armstrong will be leading Team Radio Shack in next year's Tour. Apparently Levi Leipheimer has joined the team as well. Here's an official press release.
The 25th installment of the International Laser Radar Conference will be held in St. Petersburg, Russia next July 2010.
Come hang out at KBDU for Airport Day this Saturday from 9-3pm.
I've compiled a list of available fellowships and grants. Most of the deadlines have passed for this year, but keep the links handy for fall deadlines.
SpaceX successfully launched the first private space vehicle into orbit tonight.
Come run the Buffer Buffalo 5K Series - Thursdays @ 630pm
Thayer's research group site is up
Come to the Flying Club @ CU for a FREE BBQ next Wednesday, 9/24, at 530pm on the Boulder Municipal Airport grounds.
Journeys Aviation in Boulder now has a DA-40 in its fleet for rent.
Checkout Xinzhao Chu's lidar course
Info on the Consortium of Resonance and Rayleigh Lidars can be found here as well as a flyer about the group.
The aero engineering group has created a remote sensing flyer with details about the program here at CU.
Checkout Ga Tech's lidar engineering courses