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global hawk velocity 2014 For more Solutions visit 6 JOINING The Global Hawk by Northrop Grumman, photo courtesy of About the Global Hawks The Global Hawks used in the HS3 mission are Unmanned Aircraft Systems and were originally built for military testing, according to NASA. These robotic planes can fl y up to an altitude of 65,000 feet, as far as 12,600 miles for about 26 hours, making them perfect to study hurricanes that develop far from shore and other high-altitude, long-duration Earth science missions.

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