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Nation's Most Advanced Research Aircraft Completes First Science Mission

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Photo of HIAPER aircraft in flight

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HIAPER, a modified Gulfstream V jet, is the nation's most advanced research aircraft.

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Whirlwind turbulence called atmospheric rotors forms on the lee side of high, steep mountains.

Whirlwind turbulence called atmospheric rotors forms on the lee side of high, steep mountains.

Credit: National Center for Atmospheric Research


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