Sunset For ?Radar Ken’
The COSMO-SkyMed radar remote sensing satellite is sponsored by the Italian government, the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the Italian Ministry of Defense and will serve civilian, government, institutional and military needs.
Sunset for ‘Radar Ken’
COSMO-SkyMed is an Italian built Earth observation satellite program. These satellites are equipped with state-of-the-art radar technology, synthetic aperture radars, which will help provide data on a global scale for a variety of different applications. This means improved ocean monitoring, cartography, environmental protection, and more.
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The towboat's pilot, Willie Odom, was not properly trained on how to read his radar and so, due to very poor visibility in heavy fog and his lack of experience, did not realize he was off course. The boat also lacked a compass and a chart of the waters. Odom believed that he was still on the Mobile River and had identified the bridge in the radar as another tug boat. After the investigation, he was not found to be criminally liable for the accident.
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The four giant swings (that offer the perfect spot for viewing the sunset right over the water!) are on a raised platform and hang from a canopy. There is also a dog run, exercise features, a ball court, skateboard area, and plenty of other seating options for kicking back and relaxing.
"If you're looking for sunset, you're looking for music, you got to sit on the porch, drink a margarita, watch the sunset, have dinner and listen to live music. I mean, you know who'd want to go to a place like that?" jokes Hamilton.
Also salvaged from the wreckage was Bourbon Street character Rex Randolph.He moved to the opposite coast and sunny L.A. where he joined up with the Sunset Strippers... I meanthe guys at 77 Sunset Strip... as a partner in their detective firm for a single season. After thatRex disappeared off the TV radar for good. Over in Miami, Ken and his Six hung on for an additionalyear.
The rainSPOT shows the precipitation around you. Your current location is in the center. In this example, there is light rain about 10 km northeast and heavy rain 5 km southwest of you. rainSPOT is a simplified weather radar map that works for a 7-day forecast as well. It also indicates spatial uncertainty: If the entire rainSPOT area is solid blue, it is more likely to rain at your location than if there is only a few blue boxes.
The location marker is placed on Ken Caryl Ranch Community Park. This animation shows the precipitation radar for the selected time range, as well as a 1h forecast. Drizzle or light snow fall might be invisible for the radar. Precipitation intensity is colour coded, ranging from turquoise to red.
This preserve has the beauty and ruggedness of an unspoiled wilderness, but has been inhabited by people for a millennia. Native Americans have celebrated their traditions and histories at Mount Umunhum, which figures prominently in the Amah Mutsun people's creation story. German and Austrian refugees of the Franco-Prussian War settled in the area in 1870 to be near the New Almaden Quicksilver mining operations, developing the land for orchards and vineyards. From 1957 to 1980, the Mount Umunhum summit was the site of the Almaden Air Force Station, which served as part of a network of radar stations. The square concrete structure that is still visible was once the base for a large Cold War-era radar sail.
From 1957 to 1980, the summit was the site of the former Almaden Air Force Station where it served as part of a network of radar stations. The square concrete structure at the top of Mount Umunhum was once the base for a large Cold War-era radar sail. The summit has been closed since 1980 when the base was decommissioned. The base was acquired by the District and added to the Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve in 1986. In 2009, Midpen received federal funding, which enabled Midpen to clean up the site. Over 3,000 cubic yards of hazardous materials, including lead paint, asbestos, fuel storage containers and PCB transformers were removed along with13,680 tons of concrete, asphalt, wood and other materials, 97% of which were recycled or reused.
An F-14A from VF-213 crashed during routine training operations about 55 miles from Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72), which was 800 miles west of Guam at the time. The Tomcat's pilot, LT. Neal P. Jennings, and radar intercept officer, LT(JG) Timothy J. Gusewelle, suffered burns on their faces and hands. They were rescued by a small boat from John Paul Jones (DDG-53). A helicopter from HS-6 embarked on Lincoln also participated in the rescue. 20 September 1995.
F-14A "Tomcat" of Fighter Squadron 213 crashed in a suburban area near Nashville, Tennessee after taking off from Air National Guard's Berry Field for its return to Naval Air Station Miramar, California, during a routine airways navigation training flight. Pilot LCDR John Bates, radar intercept officer LT Graham Higgins, and three civilians were killed. 29 January 1996.
Two F-14 "Tomcats" of Fighter Squadron 103, operating from USS Dwight D. Eisenhower (CVN-69), collided over Mediterranean Sea. One aircraft safely landed. The crew of the other ejected; pilot LCDR Ronald Wise was killed and radar intercept officer LT William Kane was injured. 31 July 1998.
F-14A "Tomcat" crashed in southern Iraq owing to mechanical failure. A combat search and rescue team successfully recovered the pilot and radar intercept officer and took them to a coalition air base. Neither Navy crewmember was seriously injured. 2 April 2003.