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Native Instruments вЂ“ Straylight V1.5.0 (KONTAKT)
Aug 20, 2018
Pilots should revert to flight following until notified to resume ATC communication, Jan. 1, 2019, per FAA directive
Sept. 9, 2018
Eight new government approvals for TIRS-2 – in the Federal Register and NTSB
Sept. 2, 2018
The TIRS-2 team removed a calibration switch and used the on-board temperature and pressure sensors to identify cold/warm and wet/dry conditions.
Water vapor in the atmosphere reacts with oxygen and nitrogen in high-altitude clouds and produces condensation in microscopic ice crystals within the clouds. The TIRS-2 instrument measures water vapor in the atmosphere to characterize cloud types, such as cirrus clouds.
Sept. 1, 2018
TIRS-2 began collecting data on the dew point and pressure in the atmosphere during descent in preparation for a descent.
Sept. 1, 2018
TIRS-2 continued collection of data during descent, but did not collect data in the descent due to technical problems.
Sept. 1, 2018
The integrated Airborne Systems Team (iAST) from NASA, the Dryden Flight Research Center (DFRC), and Airborne Science Consultants (ASC) reviewed and tested the TIRS-2 instrument.
Aug. 31, 2018
The TIRS-2 team published an article about TIRS-2’s design and use.
Aug. 31, 2018
The TIRS-2 team requested permission to fly in Category II. The flight was approved on Aug. 29, and will be included in an initial test of Category II operations.
Aug. 29, 2018
The TIRS-2 team flew at for 3 hours during the San Diego to Los Angeles leg of the SAGE VII trial.
Aug. 28, 2018
The TIRS-2 team filed the instrument’s Certificate of Compliance (COC), the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) document certifying that the instrument’s construction and operation is compliant with the requirements of Title 14 of the United States Code.
Aug. 27, 2018
During the 2nd-Half Pasadena-Draper flight, TIRS-2 completed a primary health check and showed no issues.
Aug. 24, 2018
The TIRS-2 team released information about the dew point and pressure sensors.
Aug. 22, 2018
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Category:Spider subfamiliesTurkey to receive first 2 F-35s this year, amid delay in US Congress approval of transfer of weapons
Turkey will receive its first two F-35 fighter jets later this year, despite delays in the US Congress, Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç has said.“In June we will receive the first two F-35s,” Arınç told reporters on June 14.“From the time the contracts have been signed, 10 more have been added to the list; [they] were delayed in the US Congress. While we are waiting, we are purchasing Typhoons.”Arınç said the delay in the US Congress was necessitated by demands by the Trump administration for strengthening the monitoring of Syrian oil wells.“The F-35s are the most expensive aircraft in the world. More than $3 billion were invested in their production in the U.S. with over 14,000 people involved in their production. The F-35 program has to be decided by the Congress,” Arınç said. “We will have an update about the F-35s shortly as [it] has not been decided yet,” he said, adding that the first two F-35s were expected to be delivered by the end of 2018. Arınç added that Turkey had already received 12 of the total of 42 jets, and provided the first 12 for the requirements of a NATO exercise.“Before the F-35s, we received 12 Typhoons,” he said. Arınç also said Turkey had begun to evaluate how to use the F-35s in air-to-air missions, stressing that the jets had not yet entered the service phase.“Our evaluation program is currently under way. We want to carry out [use] our Rafales, Typhoons and F-16s in air-to-air missions. [We will have] more analysis on this matter after the initial trial,” he said.Arınç added that the first six F-35s were operated by American pilots in 2014, before going on Turkish pilots. “I think these jets will have a great deal of use for Turkey in terms of [their] air-to-air and air-to-ground missions. The F-