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OMAO: News Bites

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NOAA Aircraft at the NOAA Aircraft Operations Center
April 16, 2020
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City of Lakeland, Florida, will lease additional office and hangar space to NOAA.

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

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

NOAA King Air Crew
April 16, 2020
Media: Article

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

NOAA Corps Officers Launch Hexacopter in Alaska
March 31, 2020
Media: Article

The new program will promote the safe, efficient and economical operation of unmanned systems.

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

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

NOAA Ship Okeanos Explorer Docked in Hawaii
February 11, 2020
Media: Article

New ships will support a wide variety of missions, ranging from general oceanographic research and exploration to marine life, climate and ocean ecosystem studies.

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

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

NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown at sea
January 7, 2020
Media: Article

Six-week scientific campaign in the Caribbean will include ships, aircraft, autonomous vehicles, buoys and other tools to study the interactions between the ocean and atmosphere.

Commander Sarah Duncan stands on the deck of NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson
September 26, 2019
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Meet Commander Sarah Duncan and discover how a seed that was planted in her as a child has blossomed into her becoming the Commanding Officer of NOAA Ship Oscar Dyson!

NOAA Ship Oscar Elton Sette
May 14, 2019
Media: Article

The Honolulu-based ship is deploying researchers to set up camps in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands for four months.

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