meteorological balloon


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meteorological balloon

[‚med·ē·ə·rə′läj·ə·kəl bə′lün]
(engineering)
A balloon, usually of high-quality neoprene, polyethylene, or Mylar, used to lift radiosondes to high altitudes.
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In one case, the plan to employ World War II surplus meteorological balloons and prevailing air currents to carry propaganda leaflets east over the Soviet Union, East Germany, and Czechoslovakia fell victim to a change in direction of the winds, causing in several cases puzzlement in Scotland when sheepherders received Russian-language pamphlets from the heavens.
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began investigating this problem in 1976, when one of his meteorological balloons passed through an unusual layer of tiny particles and droplets called condensation nuclei, 75,000 feet above Earth's surface.
com), founded in 1978, has been a provider of the highest quality meteorological balloons to the National Weather Service, U.
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