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Author Topic: Sterling VA 27 March 2019 Morning Radiosonde Weather Balloon Launch  (Read 1548 times)

Offline ChrisSmolinski

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I noticed another radiosonde signal slightly higher in frequency: (more on that in a reply post)


The map of the decoded positions:


Altitude:


The predicted path:
Chris Smolinski
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I believe the other signal is from the Blacksburg NWS office. I am amazed to have received it!

A map of the received positions:


Not many but you can see the short red line in western VA.

The list of decodes:


I will need to be on the lookout for this again.
Chris Smolinski
Westminster, MD
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