[rey-win-sond] /ˈreɪ wɪnˌsɒnd/
a method of upper-atmosphere meteorological observation conducted by means of a radiosonde tracked by radar.
a hydrogen balloon carrying meteorological instruments and a radar target, enabling the velocity of winds in the atmosphere to be measured
A radiosonde used to observe the speed and direction of upper-air winds and tracked by a radio direction-finding instrument or radar.
[rey-win] /ˈreɪ wɪn/ noun 1. a method of observation of upper-air winds conducted by means of a weather balloon tracked by radar or a radio direction finder. radar wind sounding
1. Roman Catholic Church.
1. . abbreviation 1. received abbreviation 1. residual current device received (shortwave transmission) received
reaction control equipment