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Following are the profile sonic boom angles measured for the four configurations.

Sonic

Cnfg 1

cal

 

Cnfg 2

cal

 

Cnfg 3a

Cnfg 3b

cal

 

Cnfg4

cal

 

twh

 

 

srs

 

 

spo

jm

 

 

spo

 

 

july 6-14

 

 

july 28

 

 

aug 1

aug 6

 

 

aug 12

 

1.5 m

132.3

0.6

 

131.6

-0.1

 

135.1

132.4

0.7

 

132.3

0.6

3 m

136.0

4.3

 

132.5*

0.8

 

137.0

134.2

2.5

 

133.1

1.4

4 m

133.6

1.9

 

129.8*

-1.9

 

136.1*

132.5*

0.8

 

131.8

0.1

5.5 m

134.6

2.9

 

133.7*

2.0

 

138.2*

134.8*

3.1

 

133.4

1.7

7 m

134.0

2.3

 

132.2

0.5

 

136.2*

134.4*#

2.7

 

133.8

2.1

8m

132.6

0.9

 

133.7

2.0

 

137.0

133.0#

1.3

 

134.3#

2.6

*: sonic height changed from previous configuration

#: changed sonic since previous azimuth measurement

cal: azimuth entry in calibration file = measured magnetic azimuth - 131.7

      For configuration 3, the 3b azimuths are more consistent with previous and

      following azimuths than are 3a.  I (twh) used 3b for the profile cal_files.

Both Semmer and Oncley measured azimuths for the horizontal arrays in configuration

2, and Militzer and Oncley measured azimuths for the horizontal arrays in

configuration 3.  In both cases, Oncley's azimuth measurements were ~4 degrees

larger than the others.  Thus we will use Semmer's azimuths for configuration2

and militzer's for configuration 3 .  Also oncley recommends using the 'surveyed'

horizontal array azimuths for configuration 4, which in this case are mostly very close to Oncley's measurements.