December 2, 2022

GML scientists successfully test high-altitude return glider with the AirCore science package to 75,000 feet MSL

gml scientists successfully test high altitude return glider with the aircore science package to 75000 feet msl

Global Monitoring Laboratory (GML) and Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) scientists successfully tested a new method for high-altitude air sampling and instrument recovery from May 13-25, 2021. The field campaign at the NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center and Edwards Air Force Base, California tested the High-altitude Operational Return Unmanned System (HORUS), a 6-foot wingspan, portable, fixed-wing glider for […]


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