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1 ADA03 b~b ARMY ELECTRONICS RESEARCH AND DEVELOP MENT COMMAND WS--ETC F/G 4/ B MLRS, MISSILE NUMBER V2A-nO2. PO UND NUMBER V-172/AT-,3, 2--ETC, JUL A1 DCKELLER UCASSIED ERAOMASL-OR-19 9

2 L.aDR 1197 July 1981 APPRLOVED FOR PULIC RELEASE.; DISTRIBUTI O UNLIMITED) A ') 000 SMETEOROLOGICAL DATA REPoRI 19315B MLRS * Missile Number V Round Number V-172/AT-3 20 July 1981 by (. r?. DONALD C. KELLER Program Support Coordinator Phone Nober. (505) AVN Nu ber msu~ clmz ~~ O i "".,o t 00 o o10

3 OeStroy thit report *An it to no J.Meg needed. Do mot retur to the origiaeor. The fttjua In Cortegd tus repert Ad O re offbl.4 set to be DOpWOWC Arm of te poition, =l*e so deeignated by other authoritud docugantg. The citation of Ctred manufacturoen mes md mams In of this report Is not strued to be as CoM- official Oovernment Imdo'smmSt approval or of cmmercial product or srvic. referenced herein. ta 9

4 SECURITY CLASSIFICATION OF THIS PAGE (When Det Entered) REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE BEFORE COMPLETING FORM I. REPORT NUMBER d 2. GOVT ACCESSION NO. 3. RECIPIENT'S CATALOG NUMBER DR 1197 II/-)a( I 6 4. S. TYPE OF REPORT A PERIOD COVERED 19315B MLRS. Missile Number V Round Number V-172/AT-3,.,,.6. '. 6. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT NUMBER _ 7. AUTHOR() 8. CONTRAP /:I.RANTNUMBER(.) White Sands Meteorological Team DA Task/1F665Z02D PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS I0. PROG" M..,M 'P'ROTECT, TASK AREA SORK UNIT NUMBERS US Amy Electronics Research & Development Cmd /,juls., l k, Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory % I.1U8* AE White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico MONITORING AGENCY NAME & ADDRESSI. dlfferent from Controllnl Office) 15. SECURITY CLASS. (of thle report) US Army Electronics Research & Development Cmd Adelphi, MD I6. DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT ('fi R jbrmriont SlT5AT7 w I RApproved for public release; ~Distribution mted 17. BUTION STATEMENT (of the ftftect enteedln Block 20, il difleen R-- Approved for public release; distribution unlimited. UNCLASSIFIED IS&. DECL ASSI FICATION/DOWNGRADING SCHEDULE. _ I.,2 "_,,_ 4-, _ IS. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES/ 19. KEY WORDS (Contlnue on roeve side lineceseary and Identify by block number) 20 AIirACT (Cemae -s.i revrs e N nin9e8ny * Identify by block number) Meteorological data gathered for the launching of the 19315B MLRS, Missile number V28-002, Round Number V-172/AT-3 presented in tabular form., DD FAN 73 I M -nw or I flov 65s MmI UNC[ASSI'FTFn SECU"ITY CLASSIFICATION OF THIS PAGE (When Md etrtod)

5 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION I PAGE DISCUSSION GENERAL AREA MAP LAUNCH AREA MAP TABLES: 1. Surface Observation taken at 1043 MDT at LC Anemometer-Measured Wind Speed and Direction, LC-33 Fixed Pole, taken at 1043 MDT Anemometer-Me~asured Wind Speed and Direction, Tower Levels 1, 2, 3, and 4, taken at 1043 M4DT T-Time Pilot-Balloon Measured Wind Data Aiming and T-Time Computer Met Messages WSD Significant Level Data at 0630 MDT WSD Upper Air Data at 0630 MDT WSD Mandatory Levels at 0630 MDT LC-37 Significant Level Data at 0730 MDT LC-37 Upper Air Data at 0730 MDT LC-37 Mandatory Levels at 0730 MDT WSD Significant Level Data at 0830 MDT WSD Upper Air Data at 0830 MDT WSD Mandatory Levles at 0830 MDT LC-37 Significant Level Data at 0930 MDfT LC-37 Upper Air Data at 0930 MDT LC-37 Mandatory Levels at 0930 MDT WSD Significant Level Data at 1030 MDT USO Upper Air Data at 1030 MDT WSD Mandatory Levels at 1030 MDT

6 INTRODUCTION 19315B MLRS, Missile Number V28-002, Round Number V-172/AT-3, was launched from LC-33, White Sands Missile Range (WSMR), New Mexico, at 1043 MDT, 20 July The scheduled launch time was 0730 MDT. DISCUSSION Meteorological data were recorded and reduced by the White Sands Meteorological Team, Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory (ASL), White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. The data were obtained by the following methods: 1. Observations: a. Surface (1) Standard surface observations tg include pressure temperature ( C), relative humidity, dew point ( C), density (gm/mi), wind speed and direction, and cloud cover were made at the LC-33 Met Site at T-0 minutes. (2) Anemometer data were provided from existing polemounted anemometers at LC-33. Monitor of wind speed and direction from one anemometer was also provided in the launch control room. b. Upper Air: (1) Low level wind data were obtained from Pilot-Balloon observations at: SITE AND ALTITUDE LC-33 NICK 2 KM 2 KM (2) Air structure data (rawinsonde) were collected at the following Met Sites: SITE AND TIME Accession For WSD 0630 MDT N.I$ PA&I LC MDT WSD 0830 MDT F c T 4 LC MDT [- WSD 1030 MDT Distribution/ Availability Codes AvW11 and/or sl pecial r '

7 WSMR METEOROLOGICAL SITES II- ORTIle NOP 0 SULF RED Pin P-17, SPEC&. 0 AFSWC%% ZURF% HARRIET OI OSCIJRA.' SALINAS PEAK SW-70 NO H NW-S0 4JALL' DEVR VLDEAD HOPSE RI TA *EC-SO 0 SALT *LANiA OSW-S0 TUJLA C.AT - 31/ JNOR'ITHRUP STRIP L *TULA PIBAL 0 00G NW3 2 A

8 " l ~Launch jc-33 NORTH - 3Area.. WEST + - Iinch =250 ft Y186,51O0 Poe- 0 Anem meter Pole #3.-._ iel Y186, Ane m,)n ter Pole #t2 e mte Towe OT-9 Radar L-579A o L-519A ToeOL-351A 8 L- 50A]!0 4 E Y185,500 0i CD a K a.. Y18 5, PO00- L-600 _L.L.LL2L4.L.LLJ, i--!--! I I 1 1 r..!.1 I 3 1

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10 TABLE 2LC-33 XFD POL F ANEMnmiE,I i., t.!,' 1043 MDT 20 July 1981 POLE #1 POL, X485, X1T,5,7 4.' 5 Y185, Y186,01?.O0 P16,11 6., H I 'I4 ".9? 38.7 ft. AGI ft. AGL - ; 3.6 ft. AL... T-TIME DIR 'PED T-TIME DIR V.,, T-TIM[ DIP, SEC DEG KTS SEC DEG -EC DEG IT, T T T--;) it_ T T I!T-1O T-Io T-1) T_ To.o TO.) , -, i 'T T+Io T I TABLE 3 _ LC-33 METEOROLOGICAL TOWER ANFMOME TER M[ASURED W.IND, (202 FT TOWER) LEVEL #1, 12 FLET LEVEL 2, 62 fee, X _12.64, YI 5,057.73, O0 (hase) X , Y1R 5,057.73, H ( base * T-TIME SEC DIR DEC SPEED 'TS T-TIME SEC DIR D'-) SPEEtS st T T- 30[ :T-L d _ 348 I 03 T T-U,) T-1-, V. ) TO. o T*J T+l) 354 O LEVEL #3, 102 FFE1 LEVE- 4-, 2O? FFT T X424,982. X484,92, 8,057.73, H39,3.00L (ba..e) T-TIME SEC DIIO DEG SPEED KTS T-TIMF SEC DIR PEG SPEED KTS ST- 3(, T T T-2( I o I) T1. T 0 033' T+l(J _ ,

11 I-T1IE PI L0T-[.,LL~frPJ,F,.:J....1,'I ;.. DATE 20 July 1981 SITE: LC-33 SITE: NICK TI"E: 1043 MDT TI" : 1043 MDT.,ST' CO I :ATES: '.ST ' COOP' ItATE.: x= 485, x= 470, '= 185, Y= 255, :j= 3, H= 4, LAYEP 2IL')INT DIPRECTI0,, SPEED LAYEP 'IPP0IlT DIPE'TIMI SPEEP TLPS AL...EES K'TS "ETFPS ArL PE('TPF, K,TS S-,",.L SUFACE r, ,) ') ,; r J3) r)) r n ) o , 'O n ) n ) ,)!), Data obtained from RAPTS T-9 radar Tracked Pilot-Balloon Observation. Data obtained from Single Theodolite Tracked Pilot-Balloon Observation. 6

12 TABLE 5 AIIING AND T-TI4E COMPUTER MET,,ESSAGES 20 July 1981 SD 0631' MOT LC MOT WSD r)830 14UT -.IllC1 324.?'4 METCM METCM ,' U , f) ( ? 292i f U i (, / LC MDT WSD 1030 MDT METCM METCM

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