National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration using V2 rockets for studying the upper atmosphere, 1950.

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    NOAA wasn’t established until the Nixon administration. How did they launch rockets in the fifties?
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    Look at the tip of the V2; you can see where the WAC-Corporal sunding rocket would be inserted to become the second...
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