The planes the government is using to monitor Hurricane Irma are at opposite ends of the tech spectrum – Business Insider

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The planes the government is using to monitor Hurricane Irma are at opposite ends of the tech spectrum
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“On a national scope, they have operated from the Arctic Ocean and Alaska through most regions of the U.S. and into the Caribbean. The aircraft, nicknamed ‘Kermit’ (N42RF) and ‘Miss Piggy’ (N43RF) have supported hurricane and tropical storm research in …

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Business Insider

The planes the government is using to monitor Hurricane Irma are at opposite ends of the tech spectrum
Business Insider
"On a national scope, they have operated from the Arctic Ocean and Alaska through most regions of the U.S. and into the Caribbean. The aircraft, nicknamed 'Kermit' (N42RF) and 'Miss Piggy' (N43RF) have supported hurricane and tropical storm research in …

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