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NASAs GRIP campaign took place from August - September 2010. During this field experiment, a number of aircraft were mounted with scientific instruments that were tasked with the goal of observing and collecting data about tropical cyclones as they formed in the North Atlantic. HAMSR was one of the instruments that was mounted aboard the Global Hawk aircraft during GRIP.

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Plots of HAMSR data are now available for the GRIP field campaign.

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Watch animations that explain how microwave science instruments work, what important measurements they're making, and how they can look at climate and weather processes.

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