The 6 lost Hurricane Hunter missions, Part IV: Hurricane Janet, 1955

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:07 PM GMT on July 10, 2009

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The only Atlantic Hurricane Hunter flight to go down occurred on September 26, 1955. Snowcloud Five, a U.S. Navy P2V Neptune weather reconnaissance airplane flying out of Guantanamo, Cuba, was lost in Hurricane Janet, 300 miles southwest of Jamaica. Snowcloud Five was part of the Airborne Early Warning Squadron Four (VW-4), based at the Jacksonville, Florida Naval Air Station. Carrying a crew of nine and two reporters from the Toronto Daily Star, Snowcloud Five took off at 0630 local time, and performed its initial penetration into Janet at an altitude of 700 feet. At the time of the crash, Janet was a Category 4 hurricane with 145 mph winds. The aircraft sent back this transmission, then was never heard from again:

NAVY RECONNAISSANCE FLIGHT 5U93, OBSERVATION NUMBER FIVE, AT 1330 GMT (8:30AM EST), MONDAY, LOCATED AT LATITUDE 15.4 DEGREES N, LONGITUDE 78.2 DEGREES W. OBLIQUE AND HORIZONTAL VISIBILITY 3-10 MILES, ALTITUDE 700 FEET, FLIGHT WIND 050 DEGREES (NE) 45 KNOTS (52 MPH). PRESENT WEATHER LIGHT INTERMITTENT SHOWERS, PAST WEATHER SAME, OVERCAST AND SOME SCUD BELOW, SURFACE PRESSURE 1,003 MILLIBARS (29.62 INCHES), SURFACE WINDS 050 DEGREES (NE), 45 KNOTS (52 MPH). BEGINNING PENETRATION.


Figure 1. Snowcloud Five, the U.S. Navy P2V Neptune weather reconnaissance airplane that went down in Hurricane Janet of 1955. Image credit: navyhurricanehunters.com

An intensive air and sea search operation combed a 300 by 200 mile region of the Caribbean for the airplane over the next five days. In all, sixty aircraft, seven ships, and three thousand personnel were involved. No trace of Snowcloud Five was ever found. A book called Stormchasers (David Toomey, 2002) provides a detailed story of the flight into Hurricane Janet and offers some insight as to what may have gone wrong. Dr. Hugh Willoughby, former director of NOAA's Hurricane Research Division, speculated on the fate of Snowcloud Five in a review of Stormchasers that appeared in the February, 2003 issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society: "The enlisted aerographer's mate was left behind that day in order to accommodate the Toronto Daily Star reporter. This key crew member was normally responsible for keeping the pilots aware of altitude by calling out readings from the only radar altimeter on board, located at the aerologist's station. Without him, the aerologist, Lt. (jg) William Buck, had to do two demanding jobs: He had to simultaneously read the bouncing, flickering altimeter and peer down from his Plexiglas bubble in the nose to discern the wind from streaks of foam on the sea. It is easy to imagine how he might have lost control of the situation as he struggled to keep the airplane safely above the waves and flying perpendicular to the wind towards the eye."

The crew members lost on the mission were:

Lt. Cmdr. Grover B. Windham Jr. of Jacksonville, FL, Plane Commander
LTjg Thomas R. Morgan of Orange Park, FL, Navigator
LTjg George W. Herlong of Yukon, FL, Co-Pilot
Aviation Electronics Technician Second Class Julius J. Mann, 22, of Canton, Ohio
LTjg Thomas L. Greaney, 26, of Jacksonville, FL, Navigator
Aviation Mechanic First Class J. P. Windham, Jr., 32 of Jacksonville, FL
Airman Kenneth L. Klegg, 22, of Cranston, RI
Aviation Electronics Man First Class Joseph F. Combs of Forest Park, NY
Aerologist William A. Buck, of Jacksonville, FL
Toronto Daily Star Reporter Alfred O. Tate
Toronto Daily Star Photographer Douglas Cronk

Robert Ballard, or other experts in finding sunken ships--I challenge you to find the wreckage of Snowcloud Five, and help bring to light the final fate of the only Atlantic Hurricane Hunter plane to go down in the line of duty!


Figure 2. Damage to the town of Corozal, Belize, after Hurricane Janet in 1955. Janet intensified to a Category 5 hurricane the day after Snowcloud Five went down, and hit the Yucatan Peninsula near the Belize/Mexico border with 175 mph winds, killing more than 500 people. Image credit: corozal.com.

Sources: The book, Stormchasers (David Toomey, 2002) provides a detailed story of the flight into Hurricane Janet, and is a good read. Other sources: The Florida Times-Union Jacksonville, Wednesday, September 28, 1955: "Navy Plane Missing With 11 Local Men".

Previous posts in this series:
October 1, 1945 typhoon
Typhoon Wilma, 1952
Typhoon Doris, 1953

The tropics remain quiet, with no threat areas and no models forecasting Atlantic tropical development over the next seven days. I'll have a new post on Monday.

Jeff Masters

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1626. PocketBike
2:03 PM GMT on July 14, 2009
We get storms here in sweden as well but not nearly as bad as that. Out usually look like this:
1625. hurricanejunky
6:29 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
I think Carlos ran into the pile of trash the size of Texas that floats around the Pacific ocean. It slowed the natural steam engine development because the water is covered solid with trash. Kind of like the premise of hurricane control via use of oil slicks but more effective. Hmmm...

HJ
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1624. SomeRandomTexan
4:49 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
is this blog broke?
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1623. SomeRandomTexan
4:23 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
good morning!

blog is a little slow today...

Looks like we may have something interesting brewing in the CATL
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1622. AllStar17
3:05 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
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1621. AllStar17
3:04 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Carlos looking absolutely terrible this AM

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1619. AllStar17
3:01 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Looks like it is actually lifting north.
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1618. AllStar17
2:59 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting CyberStorm:
impressive


Looks like that type of set-up that will spawn a storm. What are shear forecasts like in the long-term when this thing could be near land areas in the Caribbean/Northern Antilles?
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1617. Tazmanian
2:57 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
that wave dos has a ch of 95L
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1616. CyberStorm
2:56 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
i think the central atlantic wave looks as impressive as the EPAC wave.I would not be surprised to see some slow development.
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1615. AllStar17
2:56 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting btwntx08:
wow carlos looks bad this am


It still has an eyelike feature.........
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1614. CyberStorm
2:55 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
impressive
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1613. Chicklit
2:55 PM GMT on July 13, 2009


There is not a lot of shear or SAL out there right now, I don't think...
East Atlantic Shortwave
Doc Masters said he'd have another blog "monday" so we'll see what he has to say about it.
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1612. AllStar17
2:54 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
96E is huge!!!!! Will be a very large system when it develops.



Clearly rotation in the clouds.

Invest 96E Visible Loop
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1611. Cotillion
2:54 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Umbridge is next!
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1609. Tazmanian
2:52 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting AllStar17:
How do I post an image I made on the blog?



this hit Image
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1608. AllStar17
2:51 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting Tazmanian:



do we have it yet


No, but I would be willing to say it will become a TS, maybe even a hurricane.
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1607. AllStar17
2:50 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
How do I post an image I made on the blog?
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1606. Tazmanian
2:50 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting AllStar17:


I would be willing to put 96E as DOLORES



do we have it yet
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1605. Tazmanian
2:49 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting CybrTeddy:
I'd put a ??? around 90L and 92L Taz.



90L was by far the 1st name storm but i will wait in tell the nhc says so 92L was not the water where too cold even for a STS
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1604. CybrTeddy
2:47 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
I'd put a ??? around 90L and 92L Taz.
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1603. Chicklit
2:46 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Poor Texas!
Still dry...
Link
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1602. AllStar17
2:46 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting Tazmanian:
here is where we stan so far on 90E and 90L



been keeping track


1st is 90Ls

round 1


90L bust

91L be comes TD 1

92L bust

93L bust

94L bust


now heres 90Es




round 1


90E bust

91E bust

92E be comes TD 1E


93E be comes ANDRES

94E be comes BLANCA

95E be comes CARLOS

96E ???




I would be willing to put 96E as DOLORES
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1601. Chicklit
2:43 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Good morning, looks like the shuttle landing may have a good chance of being scrubbed again today.
510 AM EDT MON JUL 13 2009

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR EAST CENTRAL FLORIDA.

.DAY ONE...TODAY AND TONIGHT.

...THUNDERSTORM IMPACT...
MOISTURE COUPLED WITH AFTERNOON HEATING AND LOCAL BOUNDARIES WILL PRODUCE SCATTERED SLOW MOVING LIGHTNING STORMS. THE BEST CHANCE FOR LOCALLY STRONG STORMS WILL EXIST FROM MID AFTERNOON INTO THE EARLY EVENING...ALONG AND WEST OF INTERSTATE 95 SOUTH TO LAKE OKEECHOBEE. THE PRIMARY THREATS WILL REMAIN DEADLY CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING...BLINDING RAINFALL AND GUSTY WINDS. SEEK STURDY SHELTER WELL IN ADVANCE OF THREATENING WEATHER. DEADLY LIGHTNING FREQUENTLY STRIKES BEFORE THE ONSET OF RAINFALL DURING APPROACHING STORMS.

...FLOOD IMPACT...
SLOW MOVING STORMS WILL BE CAPABLE OF DUMPING A QUICK TWO TO POSSIBLY THREE INCHES OF RAIN IN A FEW OF THE STRONGER STORMS ALONG THE INTERSTATE 95 CORRIDOR...WEST TO LAKE OKEECHOBEE...METRO ORLANDO AND DAYTONA BEACH. NUISANCE STANDING WATER ON ROADWAYS WILL PRESENT A DRIVING HAZARD.

...MARINE THUNDERSTORM GUST IMPACT...
SCATTERED STORMS ARE EXPECTED AROUND INLAND LAKES TODAY...AND THERE IS A SMALL THREAT FOR AFTERNOON STORMS TO MOVE EAST OVER THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY AND OFFSHORE INTO THE ADJACENT ATLANTIC. LOCALLY GUSTY WINDS AND ROUGH SEAS...ALONG WITH DEADLY CLOUD TO WATER LIGHTNING...WILL ACCOMPANY STORMS TODAY. BOATERS SHOULD SEEK SAFE HARBOR IN ADVANCE OF APPROACHING STORMS.
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1600. Tazmanian
2:40 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
here is where we stan so far on 90E and 90L



been keeping track


1st is 90Ls

round 1


90L bust

91L be comes TD 1

92L bust

93L bust

94L bust


now heres 90Es




round 1


90E bust

91E bust

92E be comes TD 1E


93E be comes ANDRES

94E be comes BLANCA

95E be comes CARLOS

96E ???


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1598. BurnedAfterPosting
2:39 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting TampaSpin:
Morning All! Looks like the GFS model isn't so quacky afterall! Its always been the more reliable model for long range forecasting!


Let's wait for something to actually get going before we say the GFS was right
1597. TampaSpin
2:38 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Morning All! Looks like the GFS model isn't so quacky afterall! Its always been the more reliable model for long range forecasting!
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1596. CybrTeddy
2:38 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Definatly watch that area off the CV, it has potential seeing as the GFS has been consistant with it for a week.
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1595. Tazmanian
2:38 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
sorry dump ? are we in summer yet and how long have we been in summer
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1594. Tazmanian
2:36 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting HurricaneSwirl:
first the east pacific, then it caught on to west pacific, you know whats next. o.o



not all ways
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1592. AllStar17
2:36 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting StormW:
Good morning!


Good morning, StormW. What are your thoughts about possible development in the EATL/CATL? Some people on this blog have said whatever develops will not recurve, but I would like your opinion. TIA.
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1591. BurnedAfterPosting
2:35 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
morning StormW

What do you think about the area in the Central Atlantic?
1590. HurricaneSwirl
2:34 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
first the east pacific, then it caught on to west pacific, you know whats next. o.o
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1589. Myakka
2:34 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Ok, So El Nino is good for lowering ATL activity, but bad for freezing tropical plants in central florida :) Thank you.

Quoting BurnedAfterPosting:


There is some correlation there yes and it has to deal with El Nino. When El Nino is prevelant it helps in most cases to reduce the number of tropical systems in the Atlantic.

At the same time if El Nino is prevelant in the winter, the jet stream sags much further south, allowing many systems to come through the SE during the winter months that normally would stay to the north.
1587. BurnedAfterPosting
2:31 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting Tazmanian:
the next name storm for the E Pac would be the D storm


Dolores
1586. Tazmanian
2:30 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
the next name storm for the E Pac would be the D storm
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1585. AllStar17
2:30 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting Tazmanian:
now they put it up

000
WHXX01 KMIA 131259
CHGE77
TROPICAL CYCLONE GUIDANCE MESSAGE
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
1259 UTC MON JUL 13 2009

DISCLAIMER...NUMERICAL MODELS ARE SUBJECT TO LARGE ERRORS.
PLEASE REFER TO NHC OFFICIAL FORECASTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE
AND SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE INFORMATION.

EAST PACIFIC OBJECTIVE AIDS FOR

DISTURBANCE INVEST (EP962009) 20090713 1200 UTC

...00 HRS... ...12 HRS... ...24 HRS. .. ...36 HRS...
090713 1200 090714 0000 090714 1200 090715 0000

LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON
BAMS 10.5N 107.5W 11.2N 109.5W 12.1N 111.5W 13.0N 113.5W
BAMD 10.5N 107.5W 11.0N 109.0W 11.7N 110.4W 12.5N 112.0W
BAMM 10.5N 107.5W 11.2N 109.2W 11.9N 110.8W 12.7N 112.5W
LBAR 10.5N 107.5W 10.8N 109.7W 11.3N 112.1W 11.8N 114.8W
SHIP 25KTS 32KTS 41KTS 51KTS
DSHP 25KTS 32KTS 41KTS 51KTS

...48 HRS... ...72 HRS... ...96 HRS. .. ..120 HRS...
090715 1200 090716 1200 090717 1200 090718 1200

LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON
BAMS 14.0N 115.5W 16.1N 120.0W 18.0N 125.0W 19.6N 130.1W
BAMD 13.5N 113.9W 15.6N 118.4W 17.6N 123.3W 19.6N 127.9W
BAMM 13.6N 114.4W 15.7N 118.9W 17.8N 123.9W 19.8N 128.7W
LBAR 12.4N 117.5W 14.1N 123.7W 15.5N 129.8W 18.3N 133.1W
SHIP 61KTS 71KTS 63KTS 52KTS
DSHP 61KTS 71KTS 63KTS 52KTS

...INITIAL CONDITIONS...
LATCUR = 10.5N LONCUR = 107.5W DIRCUR = 270DEG SPDCUR = 14KT
LATM12 = 10.5N LONM12 = 104.1W DIRM12 = 270DEG SPDM12 = 13KT
LATM24 = 10.5N LONM24 = 102.1W
WNDCUR = 25KT RMAXWD = 50NM WNDM12 = 25KT
CENPRS = 1008MB OUTPRS = 1009MB OUTRAD = 150NM SDEPTH = M
RD34NE = 0NM RD34SE = 0NM RD34SW = 0NM RD34NW = 0NM


Yeah Taz,

I wondered why they waited so long. This thing is now almost a Tropical Depression, and I think it could be classified at 5 tonight.
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1584. jeffs713
2:30 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting AllStar17:
Blog is suddenly dead again.

It is usually like this in the mornings, especially Monday mornings, unless something significant is brewing in the ATL.

Many of us blog from work.
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1583. BurnedAfterPosting
2:29 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Quoting Myakka:
Question for one of the many experts on here. In years when we have less rainfall and tropical storms, is it typical for the winters to be more severe? It seems each year for the last 4 years, we have had less rain, and significantly colder winters here south of Tampa, FL.


There is some correlation there yes and it has to deal with El Nino. When El Nino is prevelant it helps in most cases to reduce the number of tropical systems in the Atlantic.

At the same time if El Nino is prevelant in the winter, the jet stream sags much further south, allowing many systems to come through the SE during the winter months that normally would stay to the north.
1582. Tazmanian
2:29 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
now they put it up

000
WHXX01 KMIA 131259
CHGE77
TROPICAL CYCLONE GUIDANCE MESSAGE
NWS TPC/NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER MIAMI FL
1259 UTC MON JUL 13 2009

DISCLAIMER...NUMERICAL MODELS ARE SUBJECT TO LARGE ERRORS.
PLEASE REFER TO NHC OFFICIAL FORECASTS FOR TROPICAL CYCLONE
AND SUBTROPICAL CYCLONE INFORMATION.

EAST PACIFIC OBJECTIVE AIDS FOR

DISTURBANCE INVEST (EP962009) 20090713 1200 UTC

...00 HRS... ...12 HRS... ...24 HRS. .. ...36 HRS...
090713 1200 090714 0000 090714 1200 090715 0000

LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON
BAMS 10.5N 107.5W 11.2N 109.5W 12.1N 111.5W 13.0N 113.5W
BAMD 10.5N 107.5W 11.0N 109.0W 11.7N 110.4W 12.5N 112.0W
BAMM 10.5N 107.5W 11.2N 109.2W 11.9N 110.8W 12.7N 112.5W
LBAR 10.5N 107.5W 10.8N 109.7W 11.3N 112.1W 11.8N 114.8W
SHIP 25KTS 32KTS 41KTS 51KTS
DSHP 25KTS 32KTS 41KTS 51KTS

...48 HRS... ...72 HRS... ...96 HRS. .. ..120 HRS...
090715 1200 090716 1200 090717 1200 090718 1200

LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON LAT LON
BAMS 14.0N 115.5W 16.1N 120.0W 18.0N 125.0W 19.6N 130.1W
BAMD 13.5N 113.9W 15.6N 118.4W 17.6N 123.3W 19.6N 127.9W
BAMM 13.6N 114.4W 15.7N 118.9W 17.8N 123.9W 19.8N 128.7W
LBAR 12.4N 117.5W 14.1N 123.7W 15.5N 129.8W 18.3N 133.1W
SHIP 61KTS 71KTS 63KTS 52KTS
DSHP 61KTS 71KTS 63KTS 52KTS

...INITIAL CONDITIONS...
LATCUR = 10.5N LONCUR = 107.5W DIRCUR = 270DEG SPDCUR = 14KT
LATM12 = 10.5N LONM12 = 104.1W DIRM12 = 270DEG SPDM12 = 13KT
LATM24 = 10.5N LONM24 = 102.1W
WNDCUR = 25KT RMAXWD = 50NM WNDM12 = 25KT
CENPRS = 1008MB OUTPRS = 1009MB OUTRAD = 150NM SDEPTH = M
RD34NE = 0NM RD34SE = 0NM RD34SW = 0NM RD34NW = 0NM
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1581. Cavin Rawlins
2:28 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
If showers persist into Tuesday and the area gain latitude, then an invest could be call. Development or not, it is more likely it reach some area of land by weekend.
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1580. Myakka
2:25 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Question for one of the many experts on here. In years when we have less rainfall and tropical storms, is it typical for the winters to be more severe? It seems each year for the last 4 years, we have had less rain, and significantly colder winters here south of Tampa, FL.
1578. Relix
2:14 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Atlantic Wave is looking nasty =O
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1577. AllStar17
2:11 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
Blog is suddenly dead again.
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1576. AllStar17
2:02 PM GMT on July 13, 2009
96E is pretty well organized.



Probably at TD later today.
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