Aerial Reconnaissance in the North Atlantic Basin

Map updated with new data on September 22, 2017 9:35 Z. Map has most recent aircraft positions available.   Map: Large | None


Atlantic recon in the last thirty minutes...

United States Air Force
Miss.
#14
Maria (15L) - AF302

High Density (2), Recco (22)

Geopotential Height: 7,398 meters (24,272 feet)
Static Air Pressure: 410.1 mb
Location: 217 statute miles (350 km) to the SSE (151°) from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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System Status: Updating every 5 minutes. (summary)

Last check for data: Friday, Sep. 22, 2017 9:35 Z

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For a tutorial on how to use our recon system, click here. For a version of our Google Earth recon product that does not automatically fly to the plane's current location and allows you to view multiple missions at once, click here.
To track NOAA & NASA aircraft you can also visit:
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