Men working and keeping a watch on air disturbances with satellites and radars in the United States.
United States USA Date:1979 Duration:5 min 30 sec Sound:Yes
A documentary on occurrence of a tornado in Wichita Falls, Texas. Wrecked cars and rubbled equipment. Cars parked along street sides. Rescue workers, Red Cross workers and volunteers come to help the victims. They carry wounded on stretchers. Officers discussing amongst themselves. They look at a chart. They speak about coordination with the National Weather Service. A man seated in a car talking over a radio. Exterior of a building. Men working inside. They keep a watch on air disturbances with the help of satellites and radars. An officer seated at a desk. He speaks about working of the radars and the satellites. He looks at satellite pictures on a TV screen. Exterior of the National Severe Storms Laboratory. Cars parked outside the building. A man inside the laboratory speaking about the working of a radar.
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