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running drones’ flight plans against other data — weather, flight restrictions, other drones’ plans — to determine if a route was safe. NASA plans to demonstrate a version designed for rural areas next month, and it aims to enable autonomous drone ...
The Australian · 7/29/2015
NASA weather drones will explore the Saharan Air Layer and the role of thunderstorms in hurricanes. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) "The biggest scientific question we're trying to attack is why do some hurricanes intensify very rapidly and why do others not ...
International Science Times · 9/11/2013
U.S. weather officials recap major improvements to prepare ... penetrate the most violent quadrant of a hurricane at low altitude, and NASA's Global Hawk, a large jet-powered drone. Although 2005 was the busiest …
Sun Sentinel · ByKen Kaye · 7/29/2015
Hurricane Katrina
At these altitudes, the aircraft will be far above the airspace where commercial airliners fly and free from storms or other weather ... The drone project was developed by Facebook’s Connectivity Lab, which contains …
FORTUNE · 7/30/2015
(Video via NASA) On top of that, commercial drones in the U.S. are in a holding pattern until the FAA decides how to control them. (Video via CBS) Aquila is in a higher weight class than the commercial drones the FAA's regulations would regulate anyway ...
ABC Action News · 7/31/2015
ATLANTIC, Va. -- NASA scientists are using former military surveillance drones to help them understand more about how tropical storms intensify, which they say could ultimately save lives by improving forecast models that predict a hurricane's strength.
The Huffington Post · ByBrock Vergakis · 9/11/2013
If all research goes well, NASA’s Windbots will brave Jupiter’s storms, which means a heavy mission might be underway for the drones. Jupiter is the largest ... it could still prove useful for weather forecasts and sent …
capitalberg.com · 7/24/2015
In other fire-related news, officials said a $75,000 reward has been offered for the arrest and conviction of anyone who flew drones or interfered with fire ... Washington were in some form of drought. A NASA study …
USA Today · 7/30/2015
CAL FIRE
NASA weather drones are now serving as tropical storm scouts, helping scientists discover how these tropical air patterns strengthen into the powerful storms U.S. coasts know and prepare for on an all-too-frequent basis. These weather drones are in fact ...
Examiner · 9/11/2013
Instead of decommissioning military drones once they have become obsolete NASA scientists have found a way to give the drones new life; instead of spying on foreign countries the drones will be used to spy on tropical storms as they strengthen to …
HNGN · 9/11/2013