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+ - US Navy's high-resolution radar can see individual raindrops in a storm->

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coondoggie writes "The US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) researchers said recently that a Navy very high-resolution Doppler radar can actually spot individual raindrops in a cloudburst, possibly paving the way for new weather monitoring applications that could better track or monitor weather and severe storms"
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US Navy's high-resolution radar can see individual raindrops in a storm

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