NASA Modifies Global Hawks To Study Hurricanes

NASA needed to make numerous modifications to the two early versions of the Northrop Global Hawk it inherited from the U.S. Air Force to make them capable of studying hurricanes, according to a space agency research meteorologist. The changes were needed to make the high-altitude, long-endurance UAV...

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