News-Archiv Aeronautics 2010

DLR Webcast: Flying ‘Swiss cheese’ explores the atmosphere

13 June 2010

Aircraft engineers have incorporated a large number of holes in the research aircraft HALO (High Altitude and Long Range), a Gulfstream G 550. Through these openings, researchers can take samples in the highest layers of the atmosphere and analyse them immediately. This DLR webcast presents the latest research aircraft in DLR's fleet.

 DLR at the ILA 2010: Flying ‘Swiss cheese’ explores the atmosphere

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Dorothee Bürkle
German Aerospace Center

Corporate Communications, Editor, Energy

Tel: +49 2203 601-3492

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Dr.rer.nat. Helmut Ziereis
German Aerospace Center

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, Atmospheric trace gases
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Fax: +49 8153 28-1841

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Related Downloads
Webcast (ILA 2010): HALO explores the atmosphere (MPEG-4, high resolution, 6:37 min., Video: DLR) (http://www.dlr.de/en/Portaldata/1/Resources/webcast/webcast2010/ILA_2010_Halo_Englisch_gross.mp4)
Webcast (ILA 2010): HALO explores the atmosphere (MPEG-4, low resolution, 6:37 min., Video: DLR) (http://www.dlr.de/en/Portaldata/1/Resources/webcast/webcast2010/ILA_2010_Halo_Englisch_klein.mp4)