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Airborne Science Program - ER-2 NavRec Post-Flight Data Archives
September 28, 2011

ER-2 Navigational Recorder (NavRec)

Mission Statement

To provide standard and specialty data products and equipment interfaces to our customers to achieve 100% mission success in support of NASA Airborne Science facility systems.

Post-Flight Data Archives

ER-2 NavRec data files are available in compressed format. To view these files you will need programs such as WinZip (PC) or Stuffit Expander (Mac) to uncompress. Files with .f13 and .asc extensions are text files and can be viewed with any text editor. Files with .dat extentions are in binary format. To view postscript (.ps) files, you will need to have a PostScript Viewer. Ghostscript software version 6.50 or higher is recommended. All other files are in portable document format (pdf) and to view these documents you will need the Acrobat Reader Plugin installed.

For additional information regarding the NavRec, please reference the ER-2 Handbook, Chapter 8.

FY98->FY99->FY00->FY01->FY02->FY03->FY04->1998 ->1998-99->1999-00->2000-01->2001-02->2002-03->2003-04->
FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12
2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12

For further information regarding post-flight products and services, please contact the Global Test Range Group.

NASA-Dryden Flight Research Center
Suborbital Telepresence/OTH Networks Project New Technology
Investment Portfolio NASA Suborbital Science Program
Test Systems Directorate
P. O. Box 273 / MS 4870
Edwards, CA 93523-0273
Phone: (661) 276-7579
Fax: (661) 276-2048
Email: Global Test Range Group

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