Charles Whitlock and his colleague conduct the first global surface radiation budget experiment on Bermuda Island. .
Bermuda Island Date:1989, July Duration:3 min 29 sec Sound:Yes
Global climate study conducted by the NASA Langley Research Center in Virgina, United States scientists on the Bermuda Island. . Aerial view of the Bermuda Island. Charles Whitlock and his colleague from NASA Langley research Center in Virgina on the Island. They walk towards the NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Tracking station. They are conducting the first global surface radiation budget experiment. Animation depicts a satellite revolving to give information about the climate. The Clouds over a dome of the building. Whitlock speaks about the satellite soundings that helps them to give information. The dome opens. A scientist seated inside a Laser control room. Beam comes out from a roof. The colleague takes out important measurements. Whitman talks about the important data that can be collected through the satellite. The colleague cleans a camera on a platform. A monitor showing images . The colleague notes down the information. An instrument on a roof. Sunlight on water. Whitlock prepares a balloon. He attaches an instrument on the balloon. The balloon is launched. The balloon flies away. Whitlock talks about the way balloon will help them. A view of the observatory at sunrise. Sunlight on water.
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