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UAF researchers use drones to evaluate sea ice thickness at Nome and aid incoming tanker #AR.Drone

Wow!!! Looks like an AR.Drone! We have one here at HG. And it has a camera.. So stand by... ;-)

by Reba Lean
Jan 10, 2012 
http://newsminer.com/view/full_story/17062606/article-UAF-researchers-use-drones-to-evaluate-sea-ice-thickness-at-Nome-and-aid-incoming-tanker


An Aeryon Scout, a four-propeller unmanned aerial vehicle, returns to Nome on Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, after surveying the sea ice near the town s harbor. University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers from the Geophysical Institute arrived in Nome to prepare for the arrival of the Russian fuel tanker, Renda. Jessica Cherry photo
An Aeryon Scout, a four-propeller unmanned aerial vehicle, returns to Nome on Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, after surveying the sea ice near the town's harbor. University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers from the Geophysical Institute arrived in Nome to prepare for the arrival of the Russian fuel tanker, Renda. Jessica Cherry photo
An Aeryon Scout, a four-propeller unmanned aerial vehicle, is being used in Nome on Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, to survey the sea ice near the town s harbor. University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers from the Geophysical Institute arrived in Nome to prepare for the arrival of the Russian fuel tanker, Renda. Jessica Cherry photo
An Aeryon Scout, a four-propeller unmanned aerial vehicle, is being used in Nome on Monday, Jan. 9, 2012, to survey the sea ice near the town's harbor. University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers from the Geophysical Institute arrived in Nome to prepare for the arrival of the Russian fuel tanker, Renda. Jessica Cherry photo