Editor’s note: Among its myriad responsibilities, NASA’s Glenn Research Center at Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport is well known for its work on aircraft icing. Over the years researchers at its Icing Branch have helped develop software for icing prediction and analysis, aircraft ice protection systems and educational materials for pilots on icing, its effects, and strategies for minimizing, eliminating or avoiding aircraft icing. With the icing season approaching in the northern ...

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