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CP-2 radar [Cloud Physics-2], 1982-1987

Identifier: 1

Scope and Contents

(5659) New CP-2 radar site, Joint Airport Weather Studies [JAWS], east of Boulder, two packets: (1) Frames 1-205, (2) Frames 206-422, February 16, 1982; (5710) CP-2 radar OPS room for JAWS, May 10, 1982; (5753C) JAWS, Portable Automated Mesonet [PAM] station, CP-2 radar, CP-4 radar, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration [NOAA] P-3 aircraft, July 6, 1982; (5853C) Testing electronics at CP-2 radar site (JAWS), November 18, 1982; (5873C) X-band antenna test at National Bureau of Standards [NBS], multi parameter modification for CP-2 radar, December 17, 1982; (5974) May Polarization Experiment [MAYPOLE], Wilmot (Bill) Hess with principal investigators Richard (Rit) Carbone and Paul Herzegh and group at CP-2 radar site in Erie, May 13, 1983; (5979) Tie down sway strap damage on CP-2 radar at Erie, May 16, 1983; (5996C) CP-2 radar site with wildflowers, May 1983; (6150) Removal of radome from CP-2 radar at the JAWS site, December 15, 1983; (6193) Concrete pad construction for CP-2 radar at Marshall site, February 1, 1984; (6254, 6255C) CP-2 radar dish, April 13, 1984; (6340B) CP-2 radar at Marshall, copy, July 10, 1984; (6382) CP-2 radar electronics, September 25, 1984; (6413) Rip in radome at Marshall site, CP-2 radar, November 8, 1984; (6443) Damage to PAM II [Portable Automated Mesonet II] and CP-2 from high winds on December 23, 1984 at Marshall field site, December 26, 1984; (6629) CP-2 radar, Marshall site, September 18, 1985; (6739) CP-2 radar gear box, March 10, 1986; (7010BC) CP-2 radar at Huntsville, Alabama, CP-3 radar at Socorro, New Mexico, copies, February 17, 1987.


  • 1982-1987


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From the Collection: 150 Linear Feet

From the Collection: 6 Terabytes

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English