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Right Whale and Calf Spotted off the Coast of Georgia
April 16, 2020
Type: Media: Article

Scientists aboard a NOAA Twin Otter spot signs of possible population growth for the endangered right whale species.

Right Whale and Calf Spotted off the Coast of Georgia
April 16, 2020
Type: Media: Image

On Feb. 3, 2020, Right Whale #2223 “Calvin” and calf were spotted off the coast of Georgia by a NOAA DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft crew. Image provided under NOAA Fisheries permit #20556-01.

NOAA King Air Crew
April 16, 2020
Type: Media: Image

NOAA King Air pilots Lt. Colleen Conley, Lt. Rick de Triquet (middle) and Physical Scientist Andrew Halbach in Ellington Field, Texas, in January 2020.

NOAA King Air Crew
April 16, 2020
Type: Media: Article

You may know that hurricane season begins June 1, but the response work begins long before a storm ever forms.

NOAA G-IV on Runway at Portland International Airport
April 7, 2020
Type: Media: Article

Project supported by NOAA's Gulfstream IV aircraft helps improve forecasts and understanding of atmospheric rivers.

NOAA G-IV on Runway at Portland International Airport
April 7, 2020
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Gulfstream IV-SP on the runway at Portland International Airport during the 2020 Atmospheric Rivers project.

NOAA WP-3D Off Coast of Ireland in February 2020
February 14, 2020
Type: Media: Article

NOAA "hurricane hunter" aircraft is helping NOAA calibrate and validate data collected by weather satellite sensors.

NOAA WP-3D Off Coast of Ireland in February 2020
February 12, 2020
Type: Media: Image

NOAA Lockheed WP-3D Orion N42RF flying off the coast of Ireland in February 2020 while supporting NOAA's Ocean Winds project.

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown and N43RF Survey the Ocean
February 10, 2020
Type: Media: Image

Here NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown and WP-3D Orion N43RF Miss Piggy are seen collecting data together for NOAA's ATOMIC (Atlantic Tradewind Ocean-Atmosphere Mesoscale Interaction Campaign) study. The project is focused primarily on studying how ocean moisture and temperature relates to cloud formation. 

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