Monthly Archives: September 2016
Global Hawk ready for pre-dawn tow out for transit flight from NASA Wallops to NASA Armstrong on September 28th. (Dave Fratello)
NOAA’s 2016 SHOUT Team during launch of Global Hawk for Science Flight #6 (Left to Right) – Pete Black, Robbie Hood, Michael Goodman, Gary Wick, JC Coffey.
SHOUT 2016 Hurricane Rapid Response Executes Science Flight #5 Above KARL NASA/NOAA Global Hawk recovered at NASA Wallops, VA after a 24 hour mission supplying multi-sensor real-time data to the National Hurricane Center with 82 sondes deployed. The NOAA UAS … Continue reading
Global Hawk’s shadow from the onboard HDVis Camera immediately after 1447 EDT departure from NASA Wallops enrounte to Tropical Storm Karl for Science Flight #6. (Dave Fratello)
Global Hawk and a beautiful sunset at NASA Wallops, VA. (Steve Crowell)
Co-PI’s Jason Dunion and Gary Wick witness the Global Hawk take off at 1813 EDT 22 SEP 2016 from the NASA Wallops operations center enroute to Tropic Storm Karl for NOAA’s SHOUT. (John "JC" Coffey
Global Hawk Late Night Refueling.
Photos provided by Stephen M Crowell L-3’s NASA Global Hawk Maintenance Tech
NOAA UAS Program Examines High-to-Low (Big-to-Small) Hurricane Hermine UAS Operations Global Hawk is used to assist on Hurricane Hermine forecasting while small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) execute damage assessment in Georgia. Over a nine day period starting August 24th, the … Continue reading
GH ready for the next SHOUT-HRR flight at NASA Wallops, VA. (Patrick Black, AV Specialist, WFF)