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OMG – Oceans Melting Greenland / Earth Ventures – 2

OMG had another successful week of flights.  The Basler (N131PR) was based in Kangerlussuaq for Airborne eXpendable Conductivity and Temperature Depth probe (AXCTD) drops in the SE region.   The aircraft then flew to Constable Point for AXCTD drops in the NE, and then flew onto Svalbard Norway.  After a few days in Svalbard, and 2 science flights, the aircraft flew to Thule Greenland.  In Thule the team accessed the 144 probes that were pre-positioned there via a DOD cargo ship in July.  To date, the mission has dropped 154 AXCTD probes.  

OMG – Oceans Melting Greenland / Earth Ventures – 2

OMG has been deployed to Greenland for the 2019 Airborne expendable Conductivity and Temperature Depth-probe (AXCTD) campaign.   The flights are occurring on the AIRTec/Basler BT-67 aircraft (Tail Number N131PR).  To date, 100 AXCTD probes have been dropped in Eastern Greenland, and 10 probes dropped in Southwest Greenland.   The week of 12 August was OMG media week in Kulusuk Greenland.   Eight international media outlets participated in the flights from Kulusuk, including NBC/Today, CNN, CBS, AP, AFP, ITN, CBS and National Geographic.  On 20 August, the aircraft departed Kulsusuk and head

OMG – Oceans Melting Greenland / Earth Ventures – 2

The 2019 OMG Airborne eXpendable Conductivity and Temperature Depth Probe (AXCTD) campaign is underway in Greenland.  The AIRTec Inc. On 10 August the aircraft departed Goose Bay and arrived in Greenland.   Science operations began on 12 August with a successful day of 10 AXCTD drops, and ITN/Channel 5 participated in the flight as part of the media event.  Al Roker from The NBC Today show flew on the 13 August science flight.   The Weather Channel and Associated Press will fly on 14 August. There have been 30 AXCTD probes dropped as of 13 August.

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