Definición de radiosonde en inglés:

radiosonde

Silabificación: ra·di·o·sonde
Pronunciación: /ˈrādēōˌsänd
 
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sustantivo

An instrument carried by balloon or other means to various levels of the atmosphere and transmitting measurements by radio.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This rate of temperature decrease, the environmental lapse rate, must be measured to be known; this is done routinely by balloons carrying instruments called radiosondes.
  • The MMS sounds the atmosphere with a balloon-borne radiosonde, which measures the meteorological parameters of temperature, pressure, relative humidity, wind speed and wind direction.
  • These problems are sufficiently serious that the US National Weather Service adjusts satellite data every week to match radiosondes, in effect relying upon radiosondes as a reference instrument.

Origen

1930s: from radio- (relating to broadcasting) + German Sonde 'probe'.

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