New Antenna at CHILL (Image 2)
The new offset antenna and feedhorn at the CSU-CHILL National Weather Radar Facility, located in Greeley, Colo. CSU-CHILL is an advanced, transportable dual-polarized S-band weather radar system that serves as an advanced research instrument for radar meteorology, radar engineering and remote sensing. The facility is operated by Colorado State University under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation and the university.
For more information about the installation of the new antenna, see the Colorado State University news release, "Colorado State University Hosts One of the World's Most Advanced Weather Radars." To learn more about CHILL, visit the facility's website. (Date of Image: 2008) [Image 2 of 3 related images. See Image 3.]
Credit: James R. Huning, National Science Foundation
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