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Sky images collected by a sky camera replacing the earlier JVC KYF55-BE digital camera deployed at the Chilbolton Observatory, Hampshire. These differ from the previous camera imagery by the use of a fish-eye lens to give complete sky imagery. These images have been captured from mid-2016 to the present.
Sky images collected by a JVC KYF55-BE digital camera over Chilbolton, Hampshire. The data were collected from 5th of July 1996 to the present.
Data are of sky images collected by an AXIS 2100 digital camera over Chilbolton, Hampshire. The data collected are from 21st of January 2005 to the present and are available in avi movie files and tar files of jpeg images. Images are taken every 15 seconds.
Sky images collected by a JVC KYF55-BE digital camera over Sparsholt College, Hampshire. The data were collected from 5th of July 1996 to end of 1997 before the camera was relocated to the main Chilbolton Observatory, Hampshire. See the linked instrument details record (under the Process information) for subsequent data from this instrument.
A collection of measurements made for the Deep Convective Microphysics Experiment (DCMEX) project. This includes in-situ airborne observations by the FAAM BAE-146 aircraft, cloud images from 2 NCAS cameras deployed at 3 sites in the area during the course of the field campaign and meteorological and aerosol measurements made at two groundbased stations. DCMEX examined the formation and development of clouds over mountains and was based in the Magdalena Mountains, New Mexico area, between July and August 2022. Associated datasets are also available: Timelapse footage of deep convective clouds in New Mexico produced during the DCMEX field campaign https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7756710 DCMEX ground based radar data https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10472266 and, the aircraft ice nucleating particle filter analysis https://doi.org/10.5518/1476