Upper Atmosphere Research Panel

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The Upper Atmosphere Research Panel, also known as the V-2 Panel, was formed in 1946 to oversee experiments conducted using V-2 rockets brought to the United States after World War II. The experiments studied the upper atmosphere, solar radiation and X-ray astronomy, as well as the technology of the V-2 rocket.

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An organizing meeting was held at Princeton University 27 Feb 1946.[1]

The original committee members were:

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