Where science takes to the skies.

BAe-146-301 Atmospheric
Research Aircraft

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FAAM is a world-class research facility dedicated to the advancement of atmospheric science

 

 

Aircraft Status:

IN THE HANGAR

28/06/2022

Next flight: 13/08/2022 (PNNN)

FAAM is an Airborne
Laboratory

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Job Opportunity: Software Developer

Location: The National Centre for Atmospheric Science, LeedsSalary: £34,304 – £40,927 p.a.Contract length: Fixed Term (for 24 months due to external funding)Contract type: Full TimeClosing date: Tuesday 15 March 2022 Are you highly motivated...

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Job Opportunity: Technical Writer

Location: FAAM Airborne Laboratory, CranfieldSalary: £34,304 – £40,927 p.a. pro rataContract length: Fixed Term (until 31 March 2026 due to external funding)Contract type: Full TimeClosing date: Friday 18 March 2022 Are you highly motivated...

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Learn about the Mid-Life Upgrade

The FAAM Airborne Laboratory will now significantly enhance the services it provides, maximise performance as a research facility, and extend its operation to 2040.

Find out about our five-year programme to transform the facility.

This is interesting stuff. Noteworthy is that this uses @faam146 data from 2013, which underscores the value of quality observational data beyond the lifetime of a project. And I'm not just saying that because Manchester was involved... 😉 https://twitter.com/LAPI_epfl/status/1539377448730624008