Real time

June 18th, 2010 by M. Ottaviani

Just a brief heads-up, to signal a couple of particularly interesting links. You can check the status of the mission at any time by pointing your browser at this public Wiki page, and make sure we deliver our promises of “flying around” all over California by following the B-200 trajectories on Flight Aware. Just enter NASA529 as a tail number in the “Private Flight Tracker” field.

You can practice on today’s flight, which is took off a few minutes ago for an important coordinated mission with a third and fourth aircraft (the second being the G-1): the NOAA P3 and the NOAA Twin Otter. Below you see what you should if you followed the instructions correctly.

Last but not least, how to forget Rahul Zaveri’s memorable entries?

NASA's flights do not necessarily follow the shortest route....follow us real time on flightaware.com!

"Good boy", seems to say pilot Rick Yasky. Rob White (ground crew) assures.

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