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was a 13-year (2009-2021) airborne mission to survey land and sea ice across the Arctic, Antarctic, and Alaska. Here, we review OIB's goals, instruments, campaigns, key scientific results, and implications for future investigations of the cryosphere. OIB's primary goal was to use airborne laser altimetry to bridge the gap in fine-resolution elevation measurements of ice from space between the conclusion of NASA's Ice, Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite (ICESat; 2003 -2009) and its follow-on,doi:10.1029/2020rg000712 fatcat:w7jvgqgqordr7ioao3cxgkheie