notice to that they reported "LIGHTNING ALL QUADS".... also on the last flight into the center... NOAA2 actually spent a few extra mins in the center.. say about 10-15mins... went in at about 10,000ft, and flew around in a circle to down to 7,000ft and went out...... the flight path is kinda different from all other normal flight paths... i post an image in a few mins...
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