TWERLE Records

TWERLE was an intensive program that took place in the 1970s of meteorological observations made from superpressure balloons orbiting the earth that were tracked and monitored by the Nimbus-6 satellite, providing data which increased understanding of atmospheric circulation. The digital collection includes correspondence, diagrams, meeting minutes, project status reports, and photographs.

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Tropical Wind, Energy Conversion, and Reference Level Experiment (TWERLE) Records
TWERLE Final Status Report for period ending 30 June 1976
Memo, P. Julian to J. Firor and C. Murino
Memo, Cliff Murino to Vin Lally and Paul Julian
TWERLE status as of Day 278
Report on balloons launched
Correspondence, Clifford Murino to Daniel Hunt
TWERLE Status Report for period ending 30 September 1975
Correspondence, Peter E. Wilkniss to Irwin M. Pikus
TWERLE balloon systems in Northern Hemisphere
Magnetic cutdown with strong negative fields
TWERLE Status Report for period ending 31 August 1975
TWERLE Status Report for period ending 30 June 1975
TWERLE Operations handbook
TWERLE Staff meeting minutes
TWERLE Staff meeting minutes
TWERLE Status Report for period ending 30 April 1975
TWERLE Staff meeting minutes
TWERLE Staff meeting minutes
TWERLE Status Report for period ending 31 January 1975

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