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DC-8 Researchers Gathering Flight Data over Costa Rica during AirSAR 2004 Campaign
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This 55 second clip shows the DC-8 Flying Laboratory gathering flight data over Costa Rica during the AirSAR 2004 Campaign.
NASA is using a DC-8 aircraft as a flying science laboratory. The platform aircraft, based at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center, Edwards, Calif., collects data for many experiments in support of scientific projects serving the world scientific community. Included in this community are NASA, federal, state, academic and foreign investigators. Data gathered by the DC-8 at flight altitude and by remote sensing have been used for scientific studies in archeology, ecology, geography, hydrology, meteorology, oceanography, volcanology, atmospheric chemistry, soil science and biology.
|Keywords||DC-8 Airborne Laboratory|