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Had two runs might be normally associated with the -- it is NASA that will be deploying T global hawks in the East Coast of Virginia this September.
Severe storms -- They're tasked to study the hurricane threat from.
So how these global hawks -- -- military global -- well.
Not much -- actually -- much the same they look pretty much insane don't fly much the same.
Pilot and trying altitudes in the -- onboard computer we'll excuse these commands that the aircraft compliant congress at Kyle field to jump -- -- any point.
The key difference really would be in the payments at the global -- was on a military operation.
And likely to -- say reconnaissance and surveillance sensors.
In this case.
Why team of experts -- about the whole series of speed and very cool sensors specifically tailored to this hurricane threat operation.
DB two examples.
Military if -- to be very familiar with lighter on the ground in this case they've applied -- our team.
Clouds and the hurricanes study itself and in this case have called it.
Cloud is light -- sounds very complicated is very complicated and very cool stuff.
Another great example of the drop cents now you might have seen the film twister it's very so much of that and the engineers -- explained it to me as a coach and dispenser.
The global possible he checked.
Little canisters that are sensors and have little -- -- them in the float through.
Look at the hurricane in -- on very important 2000.
Data -- says.
Humidity and temperature and send information back to being sentenced -- from batters that those are just two of the cool.
Assistance they'll be on where these global hawks each probably equipped with -- unique systems find more information on these systems -- more information on the mission itself.
You can check my -- column available on foxnews.com.
Military it until next time.
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