Expedition successfully places weather station on top of 19,000-foot volcano

National Geographic Explorer Baker Perry describes how he and his team conquered Mount Tupungato and what valuable information will be transmitted in real time.

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14 thoughts on “Expedition successfully places weather station on top of 19,000-foot volcano

  1. Which volcano? I might have been on this one? WHY do thy NOT say the name???? Ok, by goofing it I found out in was Tupungato at almost 6.600 m. In the background one can see Aconcqgua Volcsno, at 6962 m, which I climbed within 6 days from Santiago🙂👍🏼💪🏻 And 7 days up and down to Santiago, withou cheating (no mules carrying weight).

  2. Is this technology going to result in a breakthrough on earth, such as fixing American global warming?
    When the righteous, when the homeless, when the victims of gun violence pray to the heavens above,
    will they be thinking wow, there's a drone helicopter on Mars, and feel their lives are going to improve?

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