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Aug. 27, 1998
a team of American and Russian teachers has completed a week of training in Russia With a Russia-based Peace Corps volunteer to extend the reach of scientists who need air, water, and soil measurements from around the world.
Aug. 26, 1998
the CAMEX teams fly into Bonnie again this morning - and we get to take a look at the advanced instruments used on the flights and some brand-new storm data.
Aug. 25, 1998
Hurricane Bonnie has some surprises for NASA and NOAA researchers as the Hurricane teams make their second flight into the eye.
Aug. 24, 1998
All three NASA and NOAA aircraft teams make first sortie to hurricane Bonnie and get to study her structure at the same time.
Aug. 22, 1998
of the hurricane hunters to a safer base but science operations are underway
Aug. 21, 1998
to take data from T.S. Bonnie
Aug. 20, 1998
Scientists may get the chance to study Bonnie, which may develop into a full-fledged hurricane this week.
Aug. 18, 1998
CAMEX-3 status report
Aug. 17, 1998
Aug. 14, 1998
CAMEX flies over tropical storm weather in successful calibration run.