Monthly Archives: August 2016

30 August, 2016 06:16

​Global Hawk recovering at NASA WALLOPS after NOAA’s SHOUT Science Flight #2. (Airtec)

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30 August, 2016 06:13

SHOUT 2016 Hurricane Rapid Response Launches 2nd Science Flight Over GASTON & AL-91 NASA/NOAA Global Hawk concludes 24 hour mission after dropping 55 sondes supplying real-time data to the National Hurricane Center. The SHOUT Team flying the NASA Global Hawk … Continue reading

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29 August, 2016 12:16

​Steve Crowell and Larry Harper (GH Mech’s, L-3Com, AFRC) tow the Global Hawk after Science #2 landing. (Dave Fratello)

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27 August, 2016 15:55

SHOUT 2016 Hurricane Rapid Response Begins with First Science Flight NASA & NOAA Global Hawk 24 Hour Flight Leads to Classification of Hurricane Gaston NOAA UAS Program’s Sensing Hazards with Operational Unmanned Technology (SHOUT) is exploring the use of flying … Continue reading

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27 August, 2016 15:44

​ Global Hawk Crew weighs aircraft after dawn landing. (Chris Laven)

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26 August, 2016 18:05

​Early morning Global Hawk fueling in preparation for SHOUT Science Flight #2. (D. Fratello) ​Global Hawk is towed back to the hangar after historic Hurricane GASTON Mission on August 25th. (K. Griffin)

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26 August, 2016 10:09

NASA Global Hawk alerts NOAA National Weather Service of Gaston’s intensification First time Global Hawk data used to upgrade a tropical storm to hurricane Thursday, August 25, 2016 For the first time, NOAA’s National Weather Service National Hurricane Center used … Continue reading

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23 August, 2016 12:32

​Steve Crowell (Global Hawk Mech, L-3Com, NASA Armstrong) refuels aircraft for Science Flight #1 on 23 August for a 24 August take-off. (Dave Fratello)

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21 August, 2016 08:03

NASA & NOAA Team Repositions Global Hawk to NASA Wallops, VA Sensing Hazards with Operational Unmanned Technology (SHOUT) Team Ready for Hurricane Operations The NASA Global Hawk unmanned aircraft touched down Friday morning (0708 EDT) at NASA Wallops Flight Facility … Continue reading

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9 August, 2016 16:39

​Steve Crowell (Global Hawk Mechanic, L-3Com, NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center) tows NASA Global Hawk in preparation for NOAA SHOUT Mission. (Dave Fratello)

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