The OIB team flew our fourth mission in a row today, successfully completing the land ice “South Peninsula -IS2” mission. The weather matched the morning satellite images, clear sunny skies, and really only very light turbulence near some Antarctic Peninsula mountains. The Antarctic Peninsula missions have great scenery with multiple glaciers, contrasting mountains, and sea ice and glaciers. As our “commute” to the science targets was short today (only two hours one-way) we spent over 6 hours taking science data. All OIB remote sensing instruments reported good data collection today.