NOAA Live! Webinar 81 - Science in the Sky

0 Просмотры
How NOAA's Aircraft Operations Center supports research from 500 to 45,000ft in Lakeland, FL.

Want to fly with NOAA? NOAA aircraft are used to measure conditions in a hurricane, count marine mammals, map our coastline, and even measure water content in snow. NOAA's Aircraft Operations Center manages, operates, and maintains 10 specialized aircraft to support NOAA research. Come and learn about our team of NOAA Corps officers and federal employees who fly, instrument, repair, and support our crewed and uncrewed aircraft. Walk along the hangar floor, visit our calibration lab and metal shop, and see our aircraft up-close. This NOAA Live! Webinar is part of our NOAA Open House Series during which we will "travel" (virtually) across the country to showcase some of the amazing places our NOAA scientists, engineers, educators, technicians, and interns work. The webinar lasts about 60 minutes with moderated questions and answers throughout. Aimed at grades 2-8, but all ages will enjoy. (Recorded on March 31, 2021)

**American Sign Language was provided live via a video remote interpreter during the webinar.

#NOAALive4Kids #SeaGrantSTEM

© Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
3d принтер своими руками
Комментариев нет.