AVIRIS Flight: f030417t01

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Run ID        Site Name        NASA Log # Investigator Start Lat Start Lon Stop Lat Stop Lon Start GMT Stop GMT     Comments    
p00_r04 Boulder 4, CO  3T031   Joe Sadlik   39-55.4   -105-16.6   40-06.7   -105-16.6   1722 30   1729 05   ALT = 17.5 kft
SOG = 114 kt ~ 130 kt
some cirrus
S to N 
p00_r05 Boulder 5, CO  3T031   Joe Sadlik   39-55.4   -105-15.3   40-09.4   -105-15.4   1732 30   1744 10   ALT = 17.8 kft
SOG = 84 kt ~ 70 kt
lots of aerosols, cirrus heavy @ N end of line
N to S 
p00_r06 Boulder 6, CO  3T031   Joe Sadlik   39-55.4   -105-14.1   40-09.4   -105-14.1   1746 04   1753 45   ALT = 17.8 kft
SOG = 124 kt ~ 109 kt
mostly clear - very thin layer of cirrus
S to N 
p00_r07 Boulder 7, CO  3T031   Joe Sadlik   39-55.4   -105-12.8   40-06.7   -105-12.8   1757 17   1809 45   ALT = 17.7 kft
SOG = 84 kt
(extended line to Rocky Flats)
light cirrus
N to S 
p00_r08 Boulder 8, CO  3T031   Joe Sadlik   39-55.4   -105-11.5   40-06.7   -105-11.6   1810 55   1818 36   ALT = 17.8 kft
SOG - 118 kt ~ 128 kt
(Rocky Flats @ beginning of line)
1st 1/3 of line cirrus-free
S to N
(Q9 fail @ end of run, IPC error - f0001) 
p00_r10 Boulder 3, CO  3T031   Joe Sadlik   39-55.4   -105-17.8   40-06.7   -105-17.9   1823 44   1826 50   ALT = 17.9 kft
SOG = 82 kt
(break off line due to cloud- only acquired ~ 1/4 of line)
very light cirrus
N to S 
p00_r11 Boulder 9, CO  3T031   Joe Sadlik   39-57.0   -105-16.0   40-04.6   -105-16.0   1830 29   1836 08   ALT = 13.5 kft descend to 12 kft
SOG = 92 kt ~ 81 kt
lots of cirrus 


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