After three month the campaign is finally over and we are all looking forward to get home. Today I will show you a review of our campaign in pictures. Enjoy the summary.

HALO on its way to Sweden. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

HALO on its way to Sweden. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

HALO approaching the Arena Arctica. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

HALO approaching the Arena Arctica. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

Halo and Falcon in front of the Arena Arctica. Picture by Isabell Krisch, FZJ.

Halo and Falcon in front of the Arena Arctica. Picture by Isabell Krisch, FZJ.

Landscape in front of the Arena Arctica. Picture by Isabell Krisch.

Landscape in front of the Arena Arctica. Picture by Isabell Krisch.

Launch of a radiosonde.

Launch of a radiosonde. Picture by Isabell Krisch, FZJ.

FZJ Colleague Reinhold Spang pointing out a polar stratospheric cloud (PSC). Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

FZJ Colleague Reinhold Spang pointing out a polar stratospheric cloud (PSC). Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

Jörn Ungermann, FZJ, on the ice throne. Picture Christian Rolf, FZJ.

Jörn Ungermann, FZJ, on the ice throne. Picture Christian Rolf, FZJ.

Christian Rolf, FZJ, on top of the Icebar. Picture by Martina Krämer.

Christian Rolf, FZJ, on top of the Icebar. Picture by Martina Krämer, FZJ.

Winter Landscape in Abisko. Picture by Isabell Krisch, FZJ.

Winter Landscape in Abisko. Picture by Isabell Krisch, FZJ.

Husky Tour. Picture by Christian Rolf, FZJ.

Husky Tour. Picture by Christian Rolf, FZJ.

HALO waiting for take-off to one of many research flights. Picture by Isabell Krisch, FZJ.

HALO waiting for take-off to one of many research flights. Picture by Isabell Krisch, FZJ.

Take-off for a scientific flight. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

Take-off for a scientific flight. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

Polar Lights seen from the Cockpit of HALO. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

Polar Lights seen from the Cockpit of HALO. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

Aurora Borealis over Kiruna. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

Aurora Borealis over Kiruna. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

HALO in Kangerlussuaq. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

HALO in Kangerlussuaq. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

Moose in Nikkaluokta. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

Elk in Nikkaluokta. Picture by Jens Krause, JGU Mainz.

HALO leaving the Arena Arctica. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

HALO leaving the Arena Arctica. Picture by Peter Preusse, FZJ.

And with these pictures I want to say goodbye to all of you and thanks a lot for following my blog. My colleagues from the IEK-7 will continue this blog soon with reports from the Geophysica campaign StratoClim in Kiruna and India.

Isabell Krisch

About Isabell Krisch

Isabell Krisch is a PhD student at the Institute for Energy and Climate and a fellow in the HITEC stipend program. During her PhD she will measure gravity waves in the atmosphere with the airborne infrared limb imager GLORIA.

One Response to “Review in pictures”

  1. Marcel Bülow
    Marcel Bülow

    Thank you, Isabell, for your updates from Kiruna. Too bad it’s over. We really enjoyed reading about the ‪HALO‬ flights and loved the beautiful pictures from northern Sweden. We hope you come back soon, to tell us about results of the campaign.

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