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Global Hawk #872 10/28/11 - 10/29/11

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Flight Number: 
Payload Configuration: 
ATTREX - 2011 config
Nav Data Collected: 
Archive Data: 
20111028 (13 archive (plain-text) files; 2 image files)
Total Flight Time: 
21.4 hours
Phil Hall, Tom Miller, Kent Fuller (PIC), Mark Stubben, Eric Munoz, Hernan Posada (Co-Pilot), Robert Rivera, Matt Graham, Chris Naftel (MD) – Due to an INMARSAT service provider issue, the mission was re-planned in real time to kept the flight track further East over the Pacific. The aircraft reached a Lat of 6.5 deg N several times and conducted numerous dip maneuvers while meeting most of the science goals. This was originally submitted by Chris Naftel on Oct 29, 2011 in the old format.
Flight Segments: 
Start:10/28/11 17:36 Z Finish:10/29/11 15:01 Z
Flight Time:21.4 hours
Log Number:12H001PI:Eric Jensen
Funding Source:Hal Maring - NASA - SMD - ESD Radiation Science Program
Purpose of Flight:Science
Flight Hour Summary: 
Flight Hours Approved in SOFRS87
Total Used70.9
Total Remaining16.1
12H001 Flight Reports
Date Flt # Purpose of Flight Duration Running Total Hours Remaining Miles Flown
10/28/11 - 10/29/11872-0083Science21.430.9756.03
11/05/11 - 11/06/11872-0084Science16.547.4739.53
11/09/11 - 11/10/11872-0085Science23.470.8716.13

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Related Science Report: 

ATTREX - Global Hawk #872 10/28/11 Science Report

Mission Summary: 

This is an old format science report that was automatically transferred in its original format.