Saturday, 24 Sept. 2016
NOAA43: Flew a research mission into Karl. They took off around 0600 UTC (2AM Eastern) to and from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. Two HRD scientists were on this flight.
G-IV: Is scheduled to fly a research mission over and around Karl. Take off is scheduled for 1730 UTC (1:30PM Eastern) from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. This flight will recover in Bermuda. No HRD scientists will be on this flight.
NOAA43: Is scheduled to fly a research mission into Karl. Take off is scheduled for 1800 UTC (2PM Eastern) to and from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands. Three HRD scientists will be on this flight.
Global Hawk: Is scheduled for a flight over Karl with a take off time 1900 UTC (3PM Eastern) from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility, VA.
Sunday, 25 Sept. 2016
NOAA43: No flights scheduled.
G-IV: No flight is scheduled.
Global Hawk: Is scheduled to land around 1900 UTC (3PM Eastern) at NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility, VA.
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