Global Hawk #872 02/14/13 - 02/15/13

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Flight Number: 
Payload Configuration: 
ATTREX - TN872 2013 configuration
Nav Data Collected: 
Archive Data: 
20130214 (14 archive (plain-text) files)
Total Flight Time: 
24.5 hours
Flight Segments: 
Start:02/14/13 17:47 Z Finish:02/15/13 18:16 Z
Flight Time:24.5 hours
Log Number:13H003PI:Eric Jensen
Funding Source:Hal Maring - NASA - SMD - ESD Radiation Science Program
Purpose of Flight:Science
Comments:The aircraft and payloads operated nominally during the mission. This flight marked the first time that a NASA Global Hawk has flown south of the Equator.
Flight Hour Summary: 
Flight Hours Approved in SOFRS208
Total Used152.9
Total Remaining55.1
13H003 Flight Reports
Date Flt # Purpose of Flight Duration Running Total Hours Remaining Miles Flown
02/05/13 - 02/06/13872-0105Science24.531177
02/09/13 - 02/10/13872-0106Science24.355.3152.7
02/14/13 - 02/15/13872-0107Science24.579.8128.2
02/21/13 - 02/22/13872-0108Science24.6104.4103.6
02/26/13 - 02/27/13872-0109Science24.4128.879.2
03/01/13 - 03/02/13872-0110Science24.1152.955.1

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Related Science Report: 

ATTREX - Global Hawk #872 02/14/13 - 02/15/13 Science Report

Mission Summary: 

This flight provided numerous vertical profiles through the TTL in the central Pacific downwind of cold air and convection west of the flight track. The aircraft headed south of Hawaii and then due west at 7 N to about 171 W.