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A high-altitude sounding system consisting of a small solid-propellant research rocket carried aloft by an aircraft; the rocket is fired while the aircraft is in vertical ascent.
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The agreement will also allow AgriTracks agricultural products to work outside cellular coverage using TracPlus equipment such as the RockAIR
satellite and cellular tracker.
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These tags are automatically detected at aircraft startup and then transmitted off the aircraft using a RockAIR tracker.
Forest Service) accreditation that the RockAir has just been awarded."