Sept. 26, 2022: Going aloft to measure weather; Remembering a Holocaust survivor

September 26, 2022
Dan Cuevas, of the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, inflates a weather balloon with hydrogen ahead of a twice-daily launch.Dan Cuevas, of the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, inflates a weather balloon with hydrogen ahead of a twice-daily launch.Ryan Warner/CPR News
Dan Cuevas, of the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, inflates a weather balloon with hydrogen ahead of a twice-daily launch.

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Sept. 26, 2022: Going aloft to measure weather; Remembering a Holocaust survivor

A hydrogen weather balloon launches twice a day in Grand Junction, raising scientists’ understanding of global weather and climate, and we get more weather and climate news from Denver7s chief meteorologist, Mike Nelson. Plus, robots as caregivers, from the Aspen Ideas Festival. Also, remembering Holocaust survivor Eric Cahn.