TIMMINS campaign : Daily production of Potential Vorticity maps from High Resolution Transport Model MIMOSA
The City of Timmins was selected in March 2012 as the Canadian launch site because of its favourable latitude, wind and weather conditions, its low population density in key areas surrounding the city and optimal on-site infrastructure. It was the top pick in Canada for meeting the strict regulations governing high-altitude balloon launches and recovery.
The first official campaign is set to take place from August 2014 until September 2014. In September 2013, two flights were performed to test the CNES' most recent stratospheric balloon technology.
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