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Flying With NOAA Collection
Catalog of Images

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NOAA P-3 hurricane hunters N42RF and N43RF.
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Tail of NOAA P-3 hurricane hunter N42RF
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LCDR Tim Gallagher in center while planning mission into hurricane Ike.
2008 September 9
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NOAA Corps officers planning mission into hurricane Ike.
2008 September 9
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Viewing radar imagery of northern portion of Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 9
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Radar imagery of northern bands of Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 9
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Member of science crew of NOAA WP-3D Orion making preparations for entering Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 10
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Fasten your seatbelts- things are a little bouncy taking off for Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 10
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Fasten your seatbelts- things are a little bouncy taking off for Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 10
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A view of MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, home base of NOAA aircraft.
2008 September 10
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Clouds on the outskirts of Hurricane Ike, seen while leaving MacDill AFB.
2008 September 10
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Leaving the Tampa Bay area and looking down on the Sunshine Skyway Bridge on the way to Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 10
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Electronics technician Bill "Ballonee" Olney on the way to Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 10
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Scientific personnel monitoring computers and instruments during flight into Hurricane Ike.
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Scientist monitoring computers and instruments during flight into Hurricane Ike.
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Scientist monitoring computers and instruments during flight into Hurricane Ike.
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Pilots and flight engineer of NOAA WP-3D Orion flying into Hurricane Ike.
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Joe Bosko obtaining bathythermograph sonobuoy for launching.
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Bathythermograph sonobuoys
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Joe Bosko monitoring computer
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Joe Bosko monitoring computer
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Looking down on sea surface on outskirts of tropical system. White spots are white caps indicating probable wind speeds about 30-35 knots.
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Joe Greene of SED/NOAA
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Joe Bosko launching bathythermograph sonobuoy.
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Joe Bosko preparing to launch bathythermograph sonobuoy.
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Joe Bosko preparing to launch bathythermograph sonobuoy.
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Joe Bosko preparing to launch bathythermograph sonobuoy.
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Looking down on a sea surface laced by tropical storm force winds.
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Looking down on a sea surface laced by tropical storm force winds.
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Rain streaks on a starboard side P-3 window while flying into a hurricane.
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Rain streaks on a starboard side P-3 window while flying into heavy storms.
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NOAA Hurricane Hunter A. Barry Damiano
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Turbulence approaching rain bands as seen on the radar.
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Pilot keeping his hand on the stick while in turbulence approaching heavy storm.
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The pilot's view while traversing cumulonimbus clouds.
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View of control panel during turbulence.
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Breaking into temporary clear spot and seeing cumulonimbus to starboard.
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Flying over cumulus.
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Turbulence warning as NOAA P-3 flies into heavy weather.
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Turbulence warning as NOAA P-3 flies into heavy weather.
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Turbulence warning as NOAA P-3 flies into heavy weather.
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Scientist at work station proceeding home from flight into Hurricane Ike.
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Electronics technician Bill "Ballonee" Olney on left with Paul Chang on the right.
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Briefing prior to NOAA P-3 Orion flight into Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 10
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Dr. Rick Spinrad's, Assistant Administrator of NOAA OAR, certificate of Exaulted Order of Eyeball Penetrators attesting to his accompanying NOAA P-3 flight into eye of Hurricane Ike.
2008 September 10
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NOAA Twin Otter aircraft flying over NOAA Ship PISCES during Deep Water Horizon disaster.
2009 November 13
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NOAA Twin Otter aircraft flying over NOAA Ship PISCES during Deep Water Horizon disaster.
2009 November 13
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NOAA King Air (BC300 CER) N68RF on the tarmac at Burbank. This aircraft is NOAA's emergency response and remote sensing aircraft.
2012 September 6
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Mount Hood as seen from NOAA King Air (BC300 CER) N68RF.
2012 September 11
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A conical snow-covered Cascade peak as seen from NOAA King Air (BC300 CER) N68RF.
2012 May 17

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