Aerial Reconnaissance
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September 24, 2017
4:55 Z

Aerial Reconnaissance in the Western North Pacific Basin

West Pacific recon in the last thirty minutes...

There has been no recent recon for
the products our site checks.

Live aircraft pages:

HDOB data from the Coyote UAS launched from a NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft on Friday was added into our system here. Our system is not yet configured for this data. To add it the raw HDOBs were changed from "Coyote UAV" to "NOAA2 WX15A MARIA". The aircraft icon therefore appears as a NOAA P-3 aircraft. This will eventually be corrected. Eventually, this data will also appear in real time, though I need to develop a system that will operate like the NOAA radar feature, downloading the data from NOAA's server.

Satellite data does not currently automatically update in the Cesium display. You must refresh the page to update satellite imagery. Additional testing will continue with the new Cesium display. Updates will be made to the Cesium display at times that require refreshing one of the scripts of the display. Even refreshing the page may sometimes not work. You may have to visit the script here and refresh it manually before visiting the display if you have visited it previously.
System Status: Updating every minute. (summary)

6 product files are currently monitored in this basin.

Last check for data: Sunday, Sep. 24, 2017 4:54 Z

A check of the NHC's recon archive also occurs as needed.

Live West Pacific recon mapping...

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