Jackson Osborn is an Engineer at the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) in Boulder, Colorado. As part of the Atmosphere team during Leg IV of the MOSAiC Expedition, Jackson worked to maintain sensitive atmospheric measurement instruments in the challenging Arctic environment. How do you fix broken equipment in the middle of the Central Arctic, hundreds of miles away from the nearest laboratory? Read Jackson's virtual exchange article, Rebuilding the MOSAiC Central Observatory Ice Camp, and then ask him your questions LIVE!
Antonia Immerz is a Data Scientist at the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research in Bremerhaven, Germany. In her role as Data Manager for the MOSAiC Expedition, Antonia oversees the collection and storage of the expedition's true prize: an entire year's worth of detailed climate data from the very top of the world. As a participant in Leg I and IV of the expedition, Antonia worked in some of the harshest, most-challenging conditions imaginable. She set up power and data intrastructure in both the 24-hour darkness of the Arctic winter and the 24-hour sunlight of the Arctic summer. How much data did the MOSAiC [...]