John C. Bellamy

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Abstract: The following discussion is concerned primarily with the meterological support of lfying operations at very high altitudes at some future time such as 1975. More precisely, it is based upon some personal convictions about what such flying operations could, and should, become by about taht time. These convictions have grown without the benefit of having personally designed the kinds of aircraft engines and airframes which will make such flying possible. But perhaps this is an advantage for crystal gazing. At least the crystal has nto been clouded with many details which-it is believed-can and will be worked out in the future.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 8, Number 2
Pages: 85 - 94
Cite this article: Bellamy, John C., "REQUIREMENTS FOR HIGH-ALTITUDE METEOROLOGY 1965-1975", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 8, No. 2, Summer 1961, pp. 85-94.
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