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Drones Show Promise for Cloud Seeding

The Desert Research Institute in Nevada is working on new technology that uses drones for cloud seeding.

Micheal Cincienne of Absolute Aerospace and Texas A&M Corpus Christi, engineering student Adam Ersepke, and lab coordinato...

The Desert Research Institute in Reno, Nevada, is working on a new technology that uses drones for cloud seeding. Researchers report that drones have the tactical advantage of being able to fly in clouds as well as the financial advantage of not needing pilots. (Water Online)

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