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The eye of Edouard

Yesterday, NOAA 42 was flying into Hurricane Edouard while it was a Category 3 hurricane and was orbiting in its eye for an hour while monitoring… 85 more words

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NOAA Hurricane Hunter aircraft are on their way to fly in Hurricane Edouard

The NOAA42 P3 and NOAA49 jet took off early this morning to fly into Hurricane Edouard. NOAA42 is flying an experiment called the  Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Experiment. 147 more words

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Hurricane Field Program Update – Tuesday, September 16, 2014 11AM Eastern

OPERATIONS

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

NOAA42: Is tasked to fly a Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Experiment with the COYOTE UAS. They took off from Bermuda around 9:30AM. 283 more words

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NOAA continues to gather data in Hurricane Edouard

NOAA’s Hurricane Hunter P3 aircraft – NOAA42 and NOAA43 will fly again today into Hurricane Edouard. NOAA42 will take off from Bermuda around 9:30AM. They are flying an experiment called the  Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Experiment. 111 more words

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Three NOAA aircraft in the air, flying into Hurricane Edouard

NOAA’s entire hurricane hunter fleet is flying into Hurricane Edouard today. The NOAA43 P3 took off this morning around 8AM from St. Croix and is headed into Edouard. 146 more words

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Hurricane Field Program Update – Sunday, September 14, 2014 11AM Eastern

OPERATIONS

Sunday, September 14, 2014

NOAA42: Will ferry from MacDill Air Force Base to Bermuda. Take off is scheduled for 10AM Eastern. One HRD scientist will be on board. 310 more words

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