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In sunny weather and light south-westerly winds, the Zeppelin NT was able to continue its measurements as part of the & ldquo; Pegasos & ldquo; research project on April 21st at 9.00 a.m. from Ljungbyhed Airport to Skavsta. The flight route led over the towns of Ljungby, Lammhult, Vetlanda and the Norra Kvills National Park almost in a straight line to the Stockholm-Skavsta airfield near Nyk & ouml; ping. The landing here was at 2 p.m. at 17 km / h, a southerly wind and 10 ° C. About 20 km east of Skavsta is the Asprveten ground surveying station, over which several measurements were carried out at different heights over the next few days. In the nights it was still frosty, which is why the measuring equipment in the gondola had to be protected from the cold. The focus of the & ldquo; Pegasos & ldquo; campaign is, on the one hand, suspended particles in the air and, on the other hand, the & ldquo; detergent & ldquo; the atmosphere, the chemical hydroxyl radical (OH radical). It initiates the breakdown of most pollutants and is therefore a measure. for the cleaning power of the atmosphere.
The receipts flew from Ljungbyhed to Skavsta on board the Zeppelin NT. It is the first Swedish Zeppelin NT post . On board were the pilot Oliver J & auml; ger and his co-pilot Fritz G & uuml; nther.