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Launching a Probe
Crewman “Ted” Groustra loads an Expendable Conductivity, Temperature, Density (XCTD) probe for launch during SCICEX 99. These instruments were designed to measure physical and chemical water properties (such as temperature and salinity) under the arctic ice canopy. Photo courtesy of ASL.
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Album name:windnagel / SCICEX
Keywords:xctd, submarine, scientist, experiment, launch, scicex
Image Credit:Photo courtesy of ASL.
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Date added:Nov 29, 2011
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