Robert M. Rados from research flights were too voluminous 1920-1993 for hand treatment, and Rados arranged for processing and graphical output by computer as the solution to this problem. Robert M. Rados died in The new measurements, studied in the Washington, D.C., on 3 United States and abroad, revealed the February 1993. Rados was structure of the jet stream front. Many a weather officer during papers in the literature of the 1950s and World War II, an airline me- teorologist, a research me- early 1960s, and analysis models appear- teorologist at the Air Force ing in air force manuals, were based on Cambridg e Research these data. When the air force made a new, secret U-2 aircraft available for high- Laboratory in the 1950s, altitude research, Rados took control of its and then worked as a instrumentation and use in the period be- project manager at NASA fore the famous U-2 shootdown over the Goddard until he retired in Soviet Union. 1980. He was a Fellow of the AMS and an associate Another use of the jet stream aircraft fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and was carried out under Rados's direction in the spring Astronautics. During his
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1993
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