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ML-141-(B) Radiosonde

A radiosonde is an instrument unit that would be attached to a balloon to transmit atmospheric data back to a fixed receiver. Data collected could include wind speed and direction, pressure, temperature and humidity. (U.S. Air Force photo)

A radiosonde is an instrument unit that would be attached to a balloon to transmit atmospheric data back to a fixed receiver. Data collected could include wind speed and direction, pressure, temperature and humidity. (U.S. Air Force photo)

A radiosonde is an instrument unit that would be attached to a balloon to transmit atmospheric data back to a fixed receiver. Data collected could include wind speed and direction, pressure, temperature and humidity. (U.S. Air Force photo)

A radiosonde is an instrument unit that would be attached to a balloon to transmit atmospheric data back to a fixed receiver. Data collected could include wind speed and direction, pressure, temperature and humidity. (U.S. Air Force photo)

Note: This item is currently in storage.

A radiosonde is an instrument unit that would be attached to a balloon to transmit atmospheric data back to a fixed receiver. Data collected could include wind speed and direction, pressure, temperature and humidity.

Donated by the Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics Department at the University of Alabama, courtesy of: Ms. Alesia White Darling.

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