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Instrumentation deployed during the class project: sonic anemometer, tethered meteorological
balloon, and tethersonde (attached to tetherline).
Participants in the Univeristy of Utah Mechanical Engineering ME7710 Entrada Ranch
Environmental Fluid Dynamics project.
Campbell Scientific CSTAT 3 sonic anemometer deployed on a 3 meter meteorological
Dr. Pardyjak unpacking the Vaisala Vaisala DigiCORA Tethersonde System.
University of Utah graduate students filling the tethered balloon with Helium and
preparing it for flight.
Another image of Graduate students filling the tethered balloon with Helium and preparing
it for flight.
Head-on view of the filled balloon.
University of Utah graduate students preparing the tethered balloon it for flight.
Image of the communication antennae for the tethered balloon system.
Image from the canyon edge looking down at the balloon system being deployed at Entrada
Image of the tethered balloon system during daytime profiles at Entrada Ranch.
Another image of the tethered balloon system during daytime profiles at Entrada Ranch.
Image directly below the tethered balloon near the apex of it's ascent.