|A/C Commander||Phil Kennedy|
|Flight Engineer||Steve Wade|
|Flight Engineer||Rock Torrey|
|Flight Director||Tom Shepherd|
|Flight Director||Marty Mayeaux|
|Data Tech||Bobby Peek|
|Radar Tech||Jorge Delgado|
|Lead Scientist||Paul Chang (NESDIS)|
|Satellite Scientist||Nai-Yu Wang (NESDIS)|
|Sonde Scientist||Rob Rogers|
|Radar Scientist||Chris Landsea|
|Workstation Scientist||Paul Leighton|
|IWRAP Scientist||Beth Kerr (UMass)|
|IWRAP Scientist||Dan Esteban (UMass)|
|Media||H Friedlander (???)|
The flight will leave St. Croix, USVI at 11:00 AM AST and recover at 6:00 PM AST at St. Croix, USVI.It is doing a one plane Ocean Winds experiment.
Mission Summary :
||St.Croix. USVI||15:09 UTC
||St.Croix. USVI||23:58 UTC
The flight left St. Croix, USVI at 15:09 UTC, and returned to St. Croix, USVI at 23:58 UTC.
The two P3s first flew a synchronized leg into Isabel's core, entering from the south. They then circumnavigated the large diameter eye collecting radar data, and subsequently exited with a coordinated northbound leg. After that, N42RF continued executing a figure 4 and fthen flew wedges as part of the Ocean Winds experiment, making a total of seven penetrations at 7,000 feet.
Mission Data :
LPS log | Radar log | Drop log | Flight Director's log
Temperature and Moisture
Wind and Altitude
Flight track detail
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