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Photo ID: 2323224
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Houston - Ellington Field (AFB) (EFD)
USA - Texas, August 22, 2013
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) A preview of NASA SEAC4RS field campaign over the southern U.S. The NASA DC-8 flying laboratory will provide observations from near the surface to 39,370 feet, carrying a suite of 31 instruments like hygrometer, chromatograph, spectroradiometer and sun photometer. These and other instruments will study trace gases, black carbon, cloud particles and formaldehyde along with other airborne chemicals that contribute to pollution.
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Photo ID: 2133807
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McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72
Salina - Municipal (SLN / KSLN)
USA - Kansas, May 2012
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) Parked on the ramp in Salina. Conducting thunderstorm analysis
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Photo ID: 2062035
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McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72
Bangor - International (BGR / KBGR)
USA - Maine, January 28, 2012
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) "NASA 817" a flying airborne science laboratory, is based out of Bangor while doing missions to measure snow and rainfall over Ontario Canada.
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Photo ID: 1985415
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McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72
Fairbanks - International (FAI / PAFA)
USA - Alaska, May 16, 2008
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) NASA Dryden Flight Research Center's DC-8 gets airborne from Fairbanks on a crisp April morning.
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Photo ID: 1794174
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McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72
Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International (FLL / KFLL)
USA - Florida, September 3, 2010
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) NASA817 rockets out of FLL to chase down Hurricane Earl. The special sensors for data collection are mounted on the roof as can be prominently seen. This gives away the presence of some very high tech scientific equipment in the cabin. The Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment is a NASA Earth science field experiment in 2010 that is being conducted to better understand how tropical storms form and develop into major hurricanes.
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Photo ID: 1783778
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Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International (FLL / KFLL)
USA - Florida, September 2, 2010
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) Workstation with Air Data Acquisition and Processing software aboard NASA's DC-8 research aircraft in support of the GRIP experiment at Fort Lauderdale International Airport in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. The Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment is a NASA Earth science field experiment in 2010 that is being conducted to better understand how tropical storms form and develop into major hurricanes.
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Photo ID: 1778101
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Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International (FLL / KFLL)
USA - Florida, September 2, 2010
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) The CFM56 Series engines #1 and #2 on the NASA The Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment aircraft. She is being readied for a flight into the eye of Hurricane Earl which is currently churning in the Atlantic Ocean and heading towards landfall somewhere along the east coast of the US. You can notice some of the instrument probes for atmospheric sampling in the windows of the aircraft.
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Photo ID: 1778100
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USA - Florida, September 2, 2010
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) NASA's Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment aircraft. She is being readied for a flight into the eye of Hurricane Earl which is currently churning in the Atlantic Ocean and heading towards landfall somewhere along the east coast of the US. You can notice some of the instrument probes for atmospheric sampling on the top of the fuselage and on the underwing surface. You would think that penetrating the hurricane eye wall at 33,000 feet would clean all the windows like a car wash!
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Photo ID: 1777241
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Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International (FLL / KFLL)
USA - Florida, September 2, 2010
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N817NA (cn 46082/458) The cockpit of a very special bird. The NASA flight crew is preflighting the aircraft for a 6 hour mission INTO the eye of Cat 4 hurricane Earl. It was sobering when the audible alarms for such things as "ALERT- GROUND WARNING" was heard as part of the test. The Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment is a NASA Earth science field experiment in 2010 that is being conducted to better understand how tropical storms form and develop into major hurricanes.
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