Everywhere you go: 100 years of weather forecasting

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In 1938, a key method of gauging the climate was through primitive weather balloons that collected data as they floated through the sky. Tracking was done with the instrument seen to the right of the balloon, a "theodolite". (Photo credit: Bureau of Meteorology)

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