aerometeograph

An airborne instrument that records several meteorological parameters, such as altitude, pressure, temperature, and humidity, simultaneously. Also known as an aerometeorograph.
Three separate instruments record, on the revolving drum, temperature, pressure, and humidity at the various altitudes, while a fourth (at bottom) marks time interval on the edge of the sheet.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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