NOAA scientist Paul Reasor demonstrates a small unmanned aircraft, called a Coyote, that will be used to gather weather data inside hurricanes. Proposed budget cuts to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration could hurt several programs at Stennis Space Center and throughout the state.
NOAA scientist Paul Reasor demonstrates a small unmanned aircraft, called a Coyote, that will be used to gather weather data inside hurricanes. Proposed budget cuts to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration could hurt several programs at Stennis Space Center and throughout the state. NOAA Courtesy of NOAA
NOAA scientist Paul Reasor demonstrates a small unmanned aircraft, called a Coyote, that will be used to gather weather data inside hurricanes. Proposed budget cuts to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration could hurt several programs at Stennis Space Center and throughout the state. NOAA Courtesy of NOAA

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