NASA’s GRIP 2010 hurricane mission is in full force. During this year’s Atlantic hurricane season, researchers using powerful instruments onboard three aircraft will be able to “see” below the cloud-tops and uncover what is happening in the internal structure of a storm and what “kick-starts” a tropical depression into a hurricane. The NASA aircraft will be deployed from Florida (DC-8), Texas (WB-57) and California (Global Hawk) and will fly at varying altitudes over tropical storms in an attempt to capture them at different stages of development.
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