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20070902H1 Aircraft 42RF Flix Flight 2007
      #78617 - Wed Sep 19 2007 11:49 AM

here's the early report on the night NOAA 42RF ran into a strong Felix and had to abort
Interesting data...!

20070902H1 Aircraft 42RF
Felix flight 2007


***per report..... "Upon penetration of the eyewall, at 10,000 ft, the aircraft was pelted with hail, encountered constant cloud-to-cloud lightning, and an updraft downdraft couplet that caused the accelerometers to read +4G/-4G, higher than safe operations allow, so the decision was made to abort the mission".....***

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http://www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/Storm_pages/felix2007/20070902H1.html

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Edited by Storm Hunter (Wed Sep 19 2007 11:51 AM)


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