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Impact of environmental moisture on tropical cyclone intensification

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New Video Highlights 3 Years of NASA Hurricane Research

NASA's Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel, or HS3, mission investigated tropical cyclones in the 2012, 2013 and 2014 Atlantic Basin hurricane seasons. Highlights of the mission can be seen in a new video.

HS3 - Global Hawk #871 09/25/13 - 09/25/15 Science Report

HIWRAP-IWRAP intercomparison flight in precipitation region east of Florida

2015 HS3 STM Group Photo

Poster Session at 2015 HS3 STM (5.5.15)

Michael Montgomery at the 2015 HS3 STM (5.5.15)

NASA Brings the Spirit of Adventure into the Classroom

Across the United States and around the world, students now can participate in deployed NASA Airborne Science Missions.

NASA Hurricane Mission Connects to K-12 Classrooms

The HS3 team shared the excitement of their scientific mission with K-12 students and teachers across the United States through summer teacher workshops, educator days at NASA Wallops, in-person classroom visits by mission personnel, live remote classroom chats and flight/hurricane tracking.

HS3 - Global Hawk #872 09/30/14 Science Report

Transit flight from WFF to AFRC. Flight included an intercomparison with the NOAA G-IV


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